ANNOUNCEMENT: But ‘Not Every Room Has a View’ and support The British Red Cross

My novella, ‘Not Every Room Has a View’ was originally going to be published in some independent bookshops but due to the dreaded coronavirus, these plans have been set back.

But, if you live in The Potteries, you can rent the book at Newcastle under Lyme library and Hanley Central library.

At this moment in time, I’m selling a small run of my books here on my website, with all profits going to the British Red Cross and of its Coronavirus support efforts.

Here’s a little bit of book blurb for your reading pleasure:

Samuel Jacks floats through his existence, venting a deep lament for his hometown to no one but himself, looking after his poorly Aunty Mags, puffing endless piles of roll-ups, and making token efforts to scribe a novel that he’s probably never going to start, let alone finish.

One day, his dull existence is knocked sideways when an old adolescent flame, Daisy, returns to his estate, turfing up buried emotions and unlocking piles of unwanted baggage.

Upon reconnecting with Daisy, Sam’s life begins to unravel at an alarming rate, sending him on a journey that will force him to face his most haunting of fears.

Part thriller, part social commentary, and part offbeat misadventure, this subversive tale of everything, and nothing, includes encounters with a sinister postman, ham factory mishaps, burning yet mysterious romances, seedy pubs, secret ales societies, otherworldly radio DJs, and the general obscenities of a confused, mind bent young man in an unforgiving world—get ready for a bizarre and unsettling ride.”

To get a taste of ‘Not Every Room’ has a view, you can read the first chapter over at The Geist. And, if you like what you read, fill out this form and I’ll arrange delivery.

~Thank you for your support.


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