Jackie’s Quick Writing Tips: Scrivener (2)

Here’s the second video in my mini series on how to use Scrivener. In the previous video I showed you how it’s set up for my current work in progress, so you can see what it can do. In this second video, I’ll show you how to get started with Scrivener – how to set up the files you’ll probably need when you’re writing a book.… Read the rest

Jackie’s quick writing tips: Scrivener (1)

Welcome to my new series

I’ve put together a series of short videos with writing tips, based on the questions I get asked a lot at book events. I hope you find them useful, and I’m kicking off with a set of three videos on how to use Scrivener.

Scrivener

Lots of writers use Scrivener, the software specifically for writing.… Read the rest

SINS OF THE FATHER by SHARON BAIRDEN

The Official Blurb…….

Lucas Findlay thinks he has struck gold when he marries Rebecca, but she married him for one reason only – to destroy him.


Trauma runs deep
When her past comes back to haunt her, Rebecca begins to disconnect from herself and the world around her. As secrets are unearthed, she begins to fear for her sanity … and her life.Read the rest

Crime Feast December

Welcome to the December round-up of crime fiction goodies. Download it here:

This month you’re in for a real treat, with the release of Banking on Murder, the first in JD Whitelaw’s new Parker Sisters Mysteries series. Our review of Banking on Murder will appear in the Red Dog book blog tour on 12th December, but take our word for it – you are going to love this book!… Read the rest

A Dead Perfect 5 ⭐️ read

Our review

The DC Maggie Jamieson series by Noelle Holten is fast becoming THE crime fiction binge read to get stuck into. 16th October sees the latest latest investigation, so make sure you get your hands on it. Perfect Dead gives us a glimpse of a particularly gruesome set of murders, and takes us into the mind of the killer as well as giving us a hair raising ride while he closes in on Maggie’s friend Kate.… Read the rest

Recommended Read

The Curator by MW Craven, published on 4th June

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I first heard Mike Craven read from his work when he appeared in a Bloody Scotland panel in 2019, and was blown away. His background is fascinating, and you can tell from his writing that he really knows his stuff when it comes to investigating serious crime.… Read the rest

My non-fiction project (1)

This is the page where I’ll be sharing progress with my non-fiction project, a book about, erm, books. But with a difference – this is about the history of literature as depicted on postage stamps from around the world. It combines my two lifelong hobbies, writing and stamp collecting. I’ll be posting monthly updates on how it’s coming along.… Read the rest