Busy London Book Fair

Not long returned from the London Book Fair - and boy what a fair! We were so busy on the stand that my husband and I hardly had time to eat. It was great to meet so many people from overseas and to hear how much they loved my Marine Mysteries. The jacket covers and the whole look and feel of the books came in for much praise (just hoped they also liked the content!) Lots of follow up to do now from overseas enquiries, and I am hoping for some good deals to come off. I'll keep you posted.
You can't really see my marine mystery novels in this photo taken by James Rank of RPM, but you can catch a glimpse of the poster to the right of the stand.

Met some authors, and budding authors, and am full of admiration for those who were hawking their book around the stands in the hope of being taken on by a publisher - a very daunting task - but good luck to you.

Finished Deadly Harbour and am a lot happier with it now, but might have to change the title - more about that later.

Working on the next DI Andy Horton novel - which is going great guns.


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