Latest news, and a bit about me and my upcoming appearances

Latest releases –

LessonsMurderousSepia800  Lessons in Loving thy Murderous Neighbour.

BrokeDeep_200x300 Broke Deep, contemporary romance from Riptide .

In The Spotlight, two contemporary theatre-set stories, combined for the first time.

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As Charlie Cochrane couldn’t be trusted to do any of her jobs of choice—like managing a rugby team—she writes. Her favourite genre is gay fiction, sometimes historical (sometimes hysterical) and usually with a mystery thrown into the mix. She’s a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, Mystery People, and International Thriller Writers Inc.

To sign up for her newsletter, mail her at cochrane.charlie2@googlemail.com, or catch her at Facebook or twitter. She’s one of the Deadly Dames who may be coming to an event near you.

If you want a taste of her style, try the free reads: you can find them all here.

Latest award:  HNSIndieShortlisted2016for  Pride of Poppies

Where to catch her next:

UK Meet 2018

Author picture thanks to the multi talented Temple Dragon.

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10 thoughts on “Latest news, and a bit about me and my upcoming appearances”

  1. I can’t order books 1-8 in the Cambridge Fellows Mysteries series from Samhain any longer, but only 4 books #9 etc from Riptide. Any suggestions where to go for the 8 books? Thank you.
    Joey

    1. Long story and complicated answer! The first 8 books were with the now defunct Samhain; you can get the first one in audio version. The others are contracted to another publisher and awaiting re-release. Books 8-12 are with Riptide and still available. http://www.riptidepublishing.com/titles/collections/cambridge-fellows There are various short stories on my free stories page of this website and I’ve just published a novella length story on Amazon.

      If that makes no sense or you need more help, please let me know.

      1. Thank you for replying. I think I get it. Either wait for the books to be re-released or search for the old copies in used bookshops.

      1. I am currently in the Middle East, though I have a US p.o.box for mail. I prefer print copies due to migraines.

        On a related note, I wish so many authors wouldn’t make their titles an Amazon/Kindle exclusive. It makes things difficult for readers in other parts of the world.

    2. I sympathise ref Amazon – I’m intending to put my few self published works on other places, too, but haven’t had time to explore them yet. I also sympathise ref print, as I only read print versions. I have spare copies of some of the first 8 books but not all, alas.

      1. Do you have book.2 by any chance? I found book.1 but book.2 is going for ridiculous sums on Amazon.

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