Sunday, 13 August 2017

Hello Again!

I hope you are all well and have enjoyed your summer holidays. Though on second thoughts, some of you may not have been away yet - after all it is still only August. Some people prefer to take their holiday later in the year.

We tend to take ours at the beginning of July. The only down side with that is by the time we reach the middle of August I don't feel as though I have been away at all! Perhaps we should simply pack a bag tomorrow and go off on another jaunt! Actually that sounds like a good idea 😇

Quite honestly, the weather here hasn't been very good at all. We seem to have had showers every day for the last month. But I suppose it could be worse - it could be snowing!

We are in the process of having our garage painted - if it stays dry long enough for the man to do the job. We have a wooden garage, which looks rather nice, but it does require a paint job every so often.

I am sticking to my diet - I did mention I was on a diet so time ago, didn't I? Well anyway I am still working on it. However I am afraid the weight is taking some time to move. I get the impression it likes being around me; it must feel quite comfortable where it is so doesn't want to go away. 

I have managed to lose 12.5 lbs, but oh my goodness it really has been a struggle. Fingers are crossed that when I get on the scales this week they will show some weight loss. Last week I remained the same as the week before. How frustrating is that!! Nevertheless, I am still sticking with the diet. I will let you know how I got on after weigh day!

 Murder on Tyneside 


By the time you read this blog, my novel Murder on Tyneside will be on special offer. You will be able to download it for only 99c/99p.

You will recall that Murder on Tyneside was voted July Book of the Month at Read Freely.

Therefore now is the time to download a copy at this low price.




Well, I think that is all for the moment. I do hope you all have a great day and that the sun is shining down on you wherever you are!

Cheers!!
Chink! Chink!

Saturday, 29 July 2017

Short and Sweet!

This really is very short and sweet today, but I only received this info late last night!
You will recall that Murder on Tyneside was voted July Book of the Month in a competition run by Read Freely.

They have now read the book and have sent out a newsletter showing their wonderful review.
I simply had to share this news with you all, as I am so delighted. If you would like to read the review for yourself, then follow the link to the newsletter. Read Freely

A big thank you to everyone who voted for Murder on Tyneside.

Cheers!!

I am not sure why my post is so stretched out this time, but I'm sure there must be a reason somewhere down the line 😅😅

A Very Big Chink! Chink!

Friday, 21 July 2017

Back from my Break! UPDATED!

UPDATE!  There is still time to download a copy of Divorcees.Biz for only 99c/99p. Therefore why not head over to Amazon before the offer ends!


Hi again!

I have been away on holiday, and before you ask, I have not been sunning myself on a far distant exotic shore. If fact we have been no further than, a lovely hotel near Harrogate. We have been going there for several years now, as we find we are able to relax and unwind.

Not that I need much unwinding these days. My life is less hectic than it used to be when I was working. However it is still nice to actually get away from the same all, same all, once in a while and have someone else decide what is going to be on the menu for the day.

Though we did enjoy our stay, There were a couple of changes at the hotel, which we thought were ill advised. However, who am I to say anything, I am sure that other guests are quite happy with the new arrangements.

Anyway, here I am back at my desk in my rather untidy room and trying to get my head back into the novel I started a little while ago.
Divorcees.Biz


Meanwhile, you might be interested to know that Divorcees.Biz is only 99c/99p for the next week. Therefore if you are looking for a fun romance novel to take on holiday, then this will fit the bill nicely.

The story tells of four divorced friends who suddenly take it into their heads to open their own online dating agency. They each hope to find a new man, but will it work out for them or will they be disappointed?

It's light and frothy, the ideal summer read and, as I said before, only 99c/99p

Well, I think that is all for the moment,

As usual, I do hope you are all having a great day and that the sun is shining wherever you are!

Cheers!!
Chink! Chink!


Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Great News!

Just stopping by to let you all know that Murder on Tyneside won the Book of the Month Competition. I'm not at home at the moment and the signal keeps dipping in and out. Therefore I won't say much more. But I simply had to share the news with you.

Thank you to everyone who voted for my book.
MURDER ON TYNESIDE


Enjoy your day!

Cheers!!

Friday, 30 June 2017

UPDATES! Check again please.

Quick note! If you tried to vote, but didn't find a voting form, then please try again. I have been told there was a problem with the Website. I need your help, guys. ☺

Hi again,

Just a quick post to bring you all up to speed.

I received the exciting news that Murder on Tyneside was neck and neck with another book to win the Book of the Month on Read Freely

I would like to say a big Thank You, to all of those who followed the link and voted for my novel. Your support is very much appreciated. But don't try to vote again, as I understand the site has been set up to stop anyone voting twice.

However if you didn't find the time to vote earlier, then please do so now. Your vote could be the one that pushes Murder on Tyneside over the line to come first!  Here is the link again: Read Freely 

Voting is quite a simple process. When you get to the site you will see six books, simply scroll down the page until you come to the titles and select your option. Leave your email address, as they will inform you of the winner at the end of the competition.  So, please, head over there now and add your vote.

The special offer on The Trojan Project has ended. I hope you were able to download a copy for 99c/99p before it closed.




However, if romance is your thing, then you are in for a treat, as Only Twelve Days is free until Sunday 2nd July.   Yes, you read that right. It is free!

Therefore, don't miss out on this delightful love story set in the 1970's. It's an ideal read for the weekend, which is almost upon us as I type..



My new oven, which I mentioned in my last post is working well. Not that I get wrapped up with ovens these days. Those days of cooking for the many parties we used to throw is well and truly over. But at the end of the day, I still need an oven, so praise where it is due. After all, I would be moaning all over the place if it wasn't working.

Well I think that is all for now, but please, whatever else you do today, be sure to vote for Murder on Tyneside at Read Freely

Think of it as your mission for today 😉  Thank you one and all, I shall raise my glass to you all at the end of the day.

Cheers!!
Chink! Chink!







Thursday, 22 June 2017

All come and go!!

I don't know whether I am on my heels or my elbows at the moment - (is that the correct way of saying I am in a bit of a turmoil?)

It's nothing serious. Certainly nothing to get into a twist about. It seems that I have a few things to write/promote and to sort out at the moment and I simply don't know where to start.

Firstly my built in Neff oven started to play up. By that, I mean it suddenly decided that it had had enough and refused to rise to the correct temperature any more . No matter what I set it at, it wouldn't rise above 150c. Now, I agree that's fine if I needed to cook a stew or something similar on a low temp for a few hours. But it was no good at all if I wanted a higher temperature, which is often the case. Therefore after several attempts at fiddling around with the dial, I finally got the message that I needed to start looking for a new oven.

I have to say that our old oven has served us well for very nearly twenty years. I have no idea how long ovens/cooker last as my husband and I usually moved house every five years. (I am to blame here; it was a hobby of mine) But back in the old days, it was easier than it is now. Houses in the London area sold a lot quicker than they do in the current market.

Anyway, getting back to the oven situation, on Tuesday I made the decision to pop into a local shop to buy a brand new oven. I should add that our hob is separate and was working fine. Therefore, having chosen an oven similar to what I had, (it made sense as it would fit into the slot without any problems) only a more modern version, I am happy to say that it arrived today and is now installed and ready to use. The only problem is, it looks so lovely and clean, I don't feel the urge to use it!!!

The Trojan Project
Next, I had the wonderful news that my novel, Murder on Tyneside, has been shortlisted in a competition on Read Freely. The only problem is, I need votes. That is where you come in. Please follow the link to Read Freely and add your vote.

Also, The Trojan Project is on special offer this week. Only 99c/99p to download. So please if you haven't read this book yet, now is the time to download a copy and enjoy it while on holiday.

I think that is all for today, But if I think of anything else, I will be back --- where have I heard that before??

Cheers

Chink! Chink!

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Just posting a quick message!

Just after my post telling you about my visit to Tyneside, I am back to let you know that my latest novel, Murder on Tyneside is on special offer this week.

You can download a copy for only 99c/99p. But the offer ends on Monday 29th May, so don't hang around. Follow the links in the title.

Murder on Tyneside

Cheers!!

Chink! Chink!





Friday, 19 May 2017

A Visit to Tyneside!

I have just been on a four day visit to Tyneside. We stayed in the Premier Inn (Millennium Bridge), which is really handy for the quayside and also the shops in the city.

I think you will all have guessed by now that I love going to visit the area where I was born.. I was born in Gateshead, Low Fell, to be exact, however we didn't get as far as that on this visit as we spent a great deal of time on the quayside dreaming up my next novel.

Of course Agnes Lockwood will be one of the main characters again. She seems to have been a hit with the readers of my last novel, Murder on Tyneside - well most of them anyway. I think some thought she was too pushy, but it is fiction, after all. The lady is merely a figment of my imagination and what would have been the point of the story if she had taken a back seat?

Anyway, like I said Agnes will have a starring role once again - as will DCI Alan Johnson.




One thing on the quayside, which I hadn't seen before, was a beach!

Yes there was an area made up of sand with beach huts and deckchairs thrown in for good measure. There is also a small cafe close by where I am sure people can buy tea coffee and ice cream to eat and drink on the beach. There were several people taking advantage of the sunshine as we walked past.

The whole thing is set almost in front of the Law Courts.








The Pitcher and Piano was in full swing and my husband and I enjoyed a glass of wine sitting outside on two of the days we were there.




We also went to the Hancock Museum. Neither of us had been there for many years, so it was interesting to wander around looking at the various changes which had been made over the years.
There is an exhibition of of some interesting artifacts from Hadrian's Wall at the moment, which is why we decided to go there in the first place.

Naturally, I enjoyed a wander through some of the shops in the city centre, where I couldn't resist the urge to by some new shoes and a handbag!  I also managed to see my cousin, who I don't see very often. She was one of my bridesmaids all those years ago... won't say how many 😉

All in all, it was a wonderful trip and I am just sorry it is over, but hopefully we will do it all over again very soon.

I think that is all for the moment. Except to say check out my Website when you have a moment to spare

I hope you all have a wonderful day

Cheers!!

Chink! Chink!


Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Anyone up for a FREEBIE?

Divorcees.Biz



The first thing on the agenda today is the news that Divorcees.Biz, a novel of fun and romance is Free from today until Sunday 7th May.

If you haven't already read this novel, then now is the time to follow the link and download a copy. The four ladies, will certainly put a spring in your step.

Follow Connie, Sadie, Jenny and Lucy as as they set up their own online dating agency.

I wonder which one of the four women you will like the most? I would be most interested to know. 😀


It seems that spring has sprung here in the Scottish Borders. The sun is shining, the blossom is blooming around the local gardens and parks and.... wait for it.... I have started a new diet!

Already I can see you cringing at the very thought of it.  How many times have she said that? you are saying to yourselves, as you roll your eyes. Well this time I am going to give it real go.So watch this space and I will let you know how I get on.

This morning we set up our garden swing for the summer months. I love sitting out there listening to the birds chirping to each other. Therefore, I can only hope that the sunshine is here to stay.

On Sunday, our niece, her husband, and our Great Nephew came to visit. It was lovely seeing them again. I can't believe how much young Christopher has grown over the last few months. He is growing so fast, I can't keep up with him. Hopefully we will see them all again before too long.

We are going to spend a few days in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. That is the plan and I am really looking forward to it. I only hope the weather is good and we can get out on the quayside and enjoy a glass or two of wine outside our favourite cafe right next to the Millennium Bridge.  I also want to go up to the shopping centre and see what is new. It is over a year since my friend and I were there and I have really missed our trips to the Eldon Square... most especially the wine bar in M&S. We used to end up there before taking the bus back up to the Borders.

Well, I think that is all I have to tell you at the moment. However, if I find I have forgotten something, then I will come back and update the post.

Cheers!!
Chink! Chink!


Sunday, 9 April 2017

Hello Again!!

It seems to have been a while since my last post. I recall saying that I wouldn't leave it so long, but you know the old saying - The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men...

Anyway, here I am now with a few things to pass on to you all.

The first chapters of some of my novels are still up for grabs as I announced the last time I posted. But if you missed the post here are the links again. The first chapters are FREE!

Divorcees.Biz       Only Twelve Days        Murder on Tyneside

You might also be interested to know that Divorcees.Biz is now available in Italian and Only Twelve Days has been translated into Italian and Portuguese.

Murder on Tyneside
You might recall that Murder on Tyneside is my latest novel and tells of a lady, Agnes Lockwood, who involves herself in a police investigation, whether the police want her help or not. It's a light-hearted cosy murder mystery; a little escapism for those who want to switch of from normal police procedure novels. After all, it is fiction.  😉



Easter is almost upon us. I can't believe how this year is flying by. Perhaps it's an age thing, but when I was young, I don't remember the seasons passing by so quickly. The days seemed longer, the sun shone brighter and longer and it hardly ever rained.  Yes, I guess it must be an age thing. Either that or technology is making it seem that way.

After all TV programmes weren't shown all day and all night. There weren't any gadgets such a play-station etc. We all had to make our own enjoyment, such as playing cowboy and indian games in the garden. Oh, heck, I'm showing my age now, aren't I?  Best move on!

I did an interview recently with Fiona Mcvie - If you are interested in reading it follow the link to Fiona's website: Authorsinterviews  Fiona asked me quite a number of questions and I answered them all. There is also an option to leave a message, so if you want to ask me anything then please do so.

I am still working on another book with Agnes Lockwood back on Tyneside. But like I said to someone recently, don't wait up as I tend to take quite a while.

Well I think that is all for the moment, so I will love you and leave you. However, I will try to get back to you soon.

Have a great time wherever you are

Cheers!!

Chink! Chink!





Sunday, 26 March 2017

More Freebies!

Hi again, and I am bearing more gifts.

The Trojan Project
My publisher has been at it again. This time he has organised that my novel The Trojan Project will be free to download. However, this offer will only last a few days.


For those that don't know, The Trojan Project is a spine-chilling action thriller set in the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland UK. Therefore, if you are a fan of all action thrillers, then you must head over to amazon right now before the offer ends. Simply click on the title or you can take the long route and click on Amazon's logo on the column  on the left of the page.





Only Twelve Days



But that is not all. It seems Creativia publishing is on a roll at the moment, as they are also giving away the first chapter of another two of my books.
This time it is the turn of Only Twelve Days and my latest novel, Murder on Tyneside.

Only Twelve days is a charming romance set in the 1970's It tells the story of how two shy lonely people meet quite by chance and fall in love. But will the path to happiness be straight and narrow?



Murder on Tyneside


Murder on Tyneside is a cozy murder mystery set on the Quayside of Newcastle on Tyne.

Agnes Lockwood is visiting her hometown to catch up with her past. However after only a few days, there are thefts at the hotel where she is staying and then a body found on the quayside.
Agnes decides to help the police with their inquireies - whether they want her help or not!.





Last bit of news of the day is that I have been interviewed by Fiona Mcvie. Please follow the link and take a look and if you enjoyed it, then leave a comment.
Just follow the link: http://wp.me/p3uv2y-5qt


I don't know what the weather is like where you are, but we are having the most glorious weekend.
It is so warm and sunny outside, I decided to sit out for a while earlier on. But it became too hot. Can you believe it - too hot in March. But I am not really complaining, I will be outside again later.

Have a great day wherever you are and if the sun is shining, enjoy it while you can.

Cheers!!

Chink! Chink!

Sunday, 26 February 2017

Divorcees.Biz First Chapter FREE!

You will be wondering what is going on!  It is seldom I post twice within a few days.


However, my publisher tells me that the first chapter on my novel Divorcees.Biz can be downloaded Free. Therefore I simply had to pass on the news to you.

Divorcees.Biz

If you would like to take advantage of this offer, follow the link to where, I understand you will be given a choice as to how you want to receive the chapter. I am not fully up on these things, but I think it means you decide whether you want PDF, Mobi or PUB.

Anyway, why not take a look for yourselves, I am sure you will figure it out.







Murder on Tyneside

Meanwhile, Murder on Tyneside is still doing very well in the Amazon
rankings and it is all down to you lovely readers. So a big thank you to
you all. I do hope you enjoyed the story of Agnes Lockwood and her passion
to help the police with an investigation - whether they wanted her help or not.

If you did enjoy the read, a nice review would be really appreciated and please spread the word,

However, if you didn't, please just tell me quietly in a comment on my blog.
I am getting a little too old and worn to be knocked over - I might break something and not get up again 😀



I think that is all for the moment,

I hope you are all having a great day wherever you are,

Happy Reading!

Cheers!

Chink! Chink!


Friday, 24 February 2017

A New Badge!


What are your thoughts on my new badge?
Murder on Tyneside

Obviously, it won't appear on the cover of copies downloaded from Amazon.. However it is mine to use for promotions etc.

It was awarded to me by Readers' Favorite after they had read and reviewed my novel. And, no, before anyone asks, I did not pay for the review. There wasn't even a guarantee that anyone would read it. It is left to their reviewers to browse through the books and decide for themselves which book they would lead to read.

I think that makes it a little more special, don't you?

Anyway, the reviewer enjoyed reading Murder on Tyneside and gave it 5 stars and because of that I was given a badge.




We were very lucky here in our part of the Scottish Borders as we missed the snow on Thursday. Though I understand it was pretty bad in some areas Instead we had heavy rain and gusty winds. However, thankfully, everything was intact when we got up this morning.

I think it is going to be quiet weekend for us. Maybe I will take the opportunity and get on on with my latest novel. It is going to be another story about Agnes Lockwood and what she gets up to next.

Anyway, I think that is all for the moment,

Have a great weekend.

Cheers!

Chink! Chink!



Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Murder on Tyneside

I will start this morning by saying a 'Big Thank You' to all who have downloaded a copy of my novel, Murder on Tyneside. I really do hope you all enjoy reading about Agnes Lockwood, who decides to take a rip down memory lane and starts helping the police with their inquiries - whether they want her help or not!
Murder on Tyneside

It is doing so well here in the UK. Therefore I simply wanted to mention it before it starts tailing off, which it will do. Things don't last forever. Well, wonderful things don't! Not in my experience, anyway!

I have started a sequel, but not sure where it is going at the moment. But then I never know where my stories are heading. I tend to make them up as I go along. Not always the best idea, but it works for me.


I have added a few more pictures of the Quayside where the novel is set. They were taken by me on my phone the last time I was down there, so they aren't perfect, but at least I am not breaching any copyright acts/laws, whatever it is they are called.


Sorry if they are a bit haphazard, but when I try to move them around they refuse.  Bit like Agnes, really, so I won't argue.

Cheers all And have a good day!!


Chink! Chink!



Tyne Bridge



Me Outside a lovely cafe on the quayside





The Sage

Newcastle Quayside




Saturday, 4 February 2017

Another Freebie! UPDATE!

Freebies UPDATE!

The free offer on Murder on Tyneside has now closed.  However you can download the ebook for Only £1:99p - simply follow the link.

I am just stopping by to announce that another Freebie is now available on Amazon from 4th-8th Feb.




This time it is my latest novel - Murder on Tyneside a cozy murder mystery sent on the quayside at Newcastle upon Tyne.

The novel, which is doing well, has received several 5 star reviews since it was released at New Year.
Those of you who do decide to head over to Amazon to download a copy, I really do hope you enjoy reading the novel it as much as I enjoyed writing it. Being set in my hometown, it brought back so many happy childhood memories.




Meanwhile - Still two days left on this offer.

But that is not all. I understand from my publisher that A Surprise for Christine, a collection of short stories is also going to be free to download from 6th-10th Feb. 

Now I expect that will have left you all thinking about which book you want - or, if you really can't decide, then you could just download them both.




Well I think that is all for the moment, but I do think it is enough to be going on with for the time being.

Happy downloading

Cheers
Me on the quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne!
Chink! Chink!

Sunday, 22 January 2017

Stopping by!

I just thought I had better stop by and let you all know that I am still around. You must have thought that I had gone very quiet over the last week or so. But quite honestly, I haven't any news to pass on to you.

On Tuesday I went to the dentist and had two fillings, but at the end of the day, who wants to hear about that? I hate going to the dentist. Even though the guy is a very nice man and is always cheerful it is somewhere I would rather not be.

Sad, when you really think about it. Like I said, my dentist is a really nice man, yet many of the people who make an appointment to see him, would rather be somewhere else. How many people would even think of taking on a job, where their clients/patients would rather stay well away from them. Putting it like that, it makes me feel I should stop by now and again just to say hello.

I did meet up with a friend one afternoon and we had a really good natter while trying to put the world to right. Of course a couple of G&Ts helped. Therefore you can imagine that by the end of the afternoon the world was a better place - or at least it would be if we were running it!

There is so much talk about the new President of the United States at the moment. It is amazing the number of people who are contacting me to sign petitions about this, that and the other, all relating to President Trump. But at the end of the day, what can I do about it? I am British, I live in Scotland, I couldn't vote one way or the other. Therefore, it really has nothing to do with me. Even if it did, I doubt anyone would listen.


Now to something much lighter than dentists and American politics.
Murder on Tyneside



Murder on Tyneside is still selling well - at least I think it is. The Amazon ratings are still quite good and at the moment.  There are also some 5 Star reviews, which is always a huge relief to any author.

If you haven't seen it yet, why not head over to Amazon now and take a look. It is cozy murder mystery about a woman who takes a trip down memory lane and get involved in a police investigation.  I like to think there is a little of something for everyone in the story.



Well, I think that is all for the moment. If I come up with something else then I will add it later.

Meanwhile, I do hope you all have a great day!

Cheers!! (Check out the label on the bottle)

Chink! Chink!




Friday, 13 January 2017

Freebie Today!

Exciting News Today!

Divorcees.Biz




Divorcees.biz, a novel of fun and romance, is free to download this weekend. 

Therefore, if you haven't already read about the four divorced ladies who suddenly decide to set up their own dating agency, then now is the time to download a copy. What could be better than to put your feet up over the weekend with this fun read.  Especially if it is going to be cold, snowy or anything thing else the weather will be throwing at us over the next few days.


Murder on Tyneside, my latest novel seems to be selling well at the moment. It has 3 reviews on Amazon USA already - all 5 stars. So you can image how excited I am about that.

We were thinking about going out for coffee this morning, but the snow put us off. It isn't deep snow or anything like it. But what with it being Friday 13th, I thought it best not to take the chance. I am not superstitious about everything. If I had to go to work, I would probably have gone off this morning without a second thought. But when there is no need to rush out, why do it? The coffee shop will be there tomorrow, the date will have changed and the snow might have gone! That's my logic in life these days.

I wonder what some deep thinking philosopher would make of it? On second thoughts, perhaps it's best not to go down that road. Why stir up trouble when there is none?

I do hope you all have a lovely weekend. But do take care when you are out and about.

Cheers!!
Chink! Chink!




Saturday, 7 January 2017

The Start of a Whole New Year

It's hard to believe that we are already one week into the new year. Have you made any New Year resolutions? More to the point, do you think you are going to be able to keep them?

The only one I made was that I am going to try to lose weight. (A resolution i tend to make every year) But only after all the goodies were eaten... and drunk!  So with a but of luck, I will start the diet on Monday. (Says me sitting here at the keyboard with a large glass of red wine)

There was no point in me making any further resolutions as I probably wouldn't be able to keep them! There was a time when I took these sort of things more seriously, but I think that time is well past its sell-by date. 😏

So what have you all been up to since 2017 took over? Are you back at work yet after the Christmas and New Year Holidays? When I was working, we only ever had the two days off at Christmas and one at New Year, but I guess there are now firms that close down for the whole two weeks.

We haven't done anything much at all over the last week. I think we are becoming a real stay-at-home pair. But it has been too cold to venture out, especially if you don't have to. Which is fine, but it means I don't have anything to tell you. Which makes me wonder why I write a blog in the first place.

Of course my having nothing wonderful going on in my life might make some of you realise what busy lives you all lead in comparison. If that is the case, then my job has been done well.

I think I should close now while I am ahead.

Murder on Tyneside


But I can't go without telling you that my novel, Murder on Tyneside has been selling quite well and has received its very first review - and it is a 5 star review. How exciting is that!!

I would like to thank everyone who has downloaded a copy and I do hope you enjoy the read.

I would also like to thank Lorna Read, who edited the manuscript. Not an easy task, especially the way I write!



Just had another thought. A friend of mine has started a new group on Facebook - Harry, Sasha & Sheba's house of hope and canine healthcare.   If you are animal lovers and think you would like to be part of this group, then follow the link and head over there to take a look.

Best wishes to you all, and if you have a moment to spare, please add a reply.


Cheers!!

Chink! Chink!


Sunday, 1 January 2017

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to you all

I hope you all had a wonderful time celebrating the New Year. No doubt many will be having a long lie in this morning.

We didn't go out anywhere. There were things we could have done/ places we could have gone to, but neither of us really felt like going out. The weather didn't help either. It was wet and windy here in the Scottish Borders. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the comfort of our own home and thought back to all the wonderful parties we used to throw in the old days. It really was fun and we enjoyed it immensely.

I would like to wish you all a very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2017. Take care of yourselves and the people you love.


It wouldn't be me if I didn't add the latest news regarding my books. I am absolutely delighted to tell you that Murder on Tyneside is doing well on Amazon.  A big thank you to all who have downloaded a copy. I really do hope you enjoy it.







Also The Trojan Project is on Special Offer from today until Sat 7th Jan. Only 99c/99p  to download.


              





Have a great day!!

Cheers!!

Chink! Chink!