Archive for month: March, 2012

Don’t forget to leave a review.

18 Mar
03/18/2012

One of the best ways to help promote a book you like is to leave a review with Amazon. Sharing your thoughts (both good and bad) with other potential readers helps not only the person considering the book but also helps the author judge its popularity and whether there is a market for their book series (that’s a heavy hint :) ) So, if you enjoyed Extinction Point, or even if you hated it, I would love to hear from you.

My thanks to everyone who downloaded Extinction Point and especially to those who contacted me directly to tell me how much they enjoyed it. I’m already working on the sequel so you only have a few more months to wait.

If you were wondering why Extinction Point took so long to write …

06 Mar
03/06/2012

So, Extinction Point was supposed to be finished and released by the end of December. If you’re wondering why it took me so much longer, here’s the reason…

His name is Duffy and that’s my mouse and hand he’s sitting on. He’s my harshest critic.

Extinction Point officially released.

03 Mar
03/03/2012

Phew! It’s been a long time coming but I finally released my latest novel today. Extinction Point is the first book in a four-book series telling the story of Emily Baxter, the  survivor of a global extinction event.

Here’s the teaser:

Reporter Emily Baxter has a great job, an apartment in Manhattan, and a boyfriend she loves. All that changes the day the red rain falls from a cloudless sky. Just hours after the first reports from Europe, humanity is on the brink of extinction, wiped from the face of the earth in a few bloody moments, leaving Emily alone in an empty city. As she struggles to grasp the magnitude of her situation, Emily becomes the final witness to the end of our world… and the birth of a terrifying new one. 

The world she knew and loved is dead and gone. Now Emily must try to find a way out of New York as the truth behind the red rain is revealed: the earth no longer belongs to humanity.

Click on the image to be taken to the Amazon.com page (also available at Amazon.co.uk)