Thursday, 1 March 2018

Monthly Post: March 2018

Octopus (Send for Octavius Guy, #2)Octopus (Send for Octavius Guy, #2) by Michael Gallagher
Current average rating: 4.22 of 5 stars

Winter is here, and I’m not just talking about Game of Thrones Season 7, which I got to watch for the very first time just last week—their best writing yet! My back continues to heal apace but, again, no new post I’m afraid. This month’s giveaway is a free download of Octopus: Octavius Guy & The Case of the Throttled Tragedienne (#2). This time the fourteen-year-old Victorian boy detective is off to enjoy an evening at the theatre…with unexpected and truly tragic results. Offer ends on March 31st 2018.

“Here is a sensational historical fiction who-dunnit that gives nothing away until the very end. To me, it reads like an old time radio show. It leaves you breathless.”—Connie A, LibraryThing Early Reviewers (5 stars)

Happy investigating!

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Friday, 1 December 2017

And the winner is...

And the overwhelming winner is…ta da! The Vivaldi.

Thank you to everyone who responded and made the decision so much easier. It has now replaced the former videos for the series on my website, on Amazon’s Author Central, at Smashwords, and, fingers crossed, at Goodreads (I always need the librarians’ help with that).

You might like to know that all five novels are now available from Amazon as print on demand.

Friday, 17 November 2017

Which do I choose?

Hi! All my novels are about to appear in print for the first time and to help publicize this, I’ve put together a video. Well, actually there are two videos, identical in every respect except for their soundtracks, and here I would love your help. Which one do I use? Vivaldi or Bach? I’d like to know what you think, especially if you’ve read any of the Octavius Guy books in the past. Only one will replace the previous ones here on my website, and also on Goodreads, Amazon’s Author Central, and at Smashwords. But which?

The Vivaldi?

Or the Bach?

Do let me know!