By Karen J Mossman Jenna heard the song on the radio and the sweet rawness of the words swept her back two years ago when she met a stranger on a train. Off to London to visit her Aunt Ivy, Jenna was late. She flung open the door of the first carriage just as the… Continue reading A Stranger on the Train
One day while at a level crossing, the barrier came down to say there was a train coming. For one moment I felt the rising excitement I had as a child. Dad used to let us get out of the car and stand by the gates to wait for the train. The mounting anticipation as… Continue reading Train Journeys
Genre: Science Fiction/Post Aplocalypic Description It’s snowing… Everywhere… Over every inch of the Earth… But that’s just the start… When grieving alcoholic Harry Jobson starts his latest beer, he expects to end the night face-down in vomit like he does every night–but that was before the strange snowstorm started. Instead, he finds himself trapped inside… Continue reading Final Winter by Ian Rob Wright
When my book Star Struck became live as a paperback in September, I opened a Facebook launch group to spread the word. (I’ve since revamped it and you can read why in Cover Story) From there, I wrote a post for my Books & Reviews site and also recruited as many bloggers as I could and people who would… Continue reading How I promoted my book.