Are you over writing blog posts getting zero comments?

I know the pain. You work for weeks on a new blog post: researching, writing, editing, rewriting, finding the perfect images, formatting, etc. You hit publish. You wait. You refresh. Nothing. It's enough to want you make you quit this whole blogging thing...why isn’t anyone reading your stuff? Your content isn’t the problem, but maybe your headline is... Did you know you only have 2.6 seconds to win a new visitor over. If you fail, they leave and will likely never return. This is…

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Update – Sydney Underworld Quartet: Book Three

I’m currently working on the third book of the "In The Sydney Underworld" series, and would like to invite you all to visit my website and sign up for an ARC, if interested. The other two books in the series, Heather, and Flank Street were released in August 2014, and May 2015 respectively. Each book is stand-alone. They share locations and a few characters, and can be read in any order. Does that make it a series?

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Kindle Countdown – Flank Street at 99 cents!

I didn’t set out to write about Micky, or Carol come to that. The rain was falling steadily, running down the small, below ground-level window, which is the only source of natural light in the boiler-room where I write. For some obscure reason it reminded me of a rain-soaked street in Sydney, Australia; a street I’ve walked down many times, both wet and dry. As I held that image in the back of my eyelids, a man appeared. Yellow streetlights reflected from the wet tarmac; he walked in the shadow of the plane trees, pulling his hood up against the unrelenting rain. He stopped, leaned against a tree, and waited. Right at that moment, I knew what I had to do.

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Flank Street Trailer

Flank Street The Sydney Underworld Quartet: Book Two   The virtual book tour starts June 9th, and runs until August 9th. click to read an excerpt [amazonad]

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Flank Street – The Sydney Quartet: Book Two

Flank Street was released today!   From the first word to the first sale has taken a bit over six months. It feels a lot longer, possibly because this was the first time in more than three decades I'd spent a winter in Europe; it seemed to go on forever. I missed the warmth of Australia and it's people. However, those long cold months of being house-bound with a log fire and pots of tea, were good for the writing process. I took…

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