That was the year, that was…

2016 was pretty busy on all sorts of fronts (when isn’t your life busy, Charlie?)

Books: January saw Lessons in Love released in audio . February let Capital Crimes loose on the world, with a short story featuring Jonty Stewart getting himself kidnapped. In March Jury of One, the second Lindenshaw book, came out. Hop on to August for The Summers Day charity anthology, which included my short story “If Music Be”. Then the start of this month, Wild Bells – my first venture into self publishing.

Events: UK Meet conference, Manifold Queer Company, Deadly Dames at Bognor, many a Romantic Novelists’ Association lunch and meet up with fellow authors/readers.

Personal front: Among other things, I became a director of a small charity – and visited Germany for the first time!


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