Thought of this poem today from my book "Mindless Wanderings & Other Such Nonsense", as I passed an old door on my way to pick up some milk.
The good news, is that books have now been sold and the reader and fan club circle has expanded to the following countries:
As I said previously, research for a novel is always the most time consuming! So glad for the internet that has made this possible especially now that we aren't able to travel.
Thank you for all your wonderful comments! Although this time of lockdown has been hard for most of us, it has enabled me to keep working on the second book in the series, as I now have so much time on my hands.
Thank you so much for sending in your photo's, comments and reactions to the book. Here are some of the ones I received.
If you wanted to buy THE DRY CLEANERS either for yourself or as gifts for friends, today is the day to do it!
When the Mafia plan to launder billions of dollars worth of their assets from Europe and South America through American banks, one person stands to ruin everything.
8pm, Thursday, 22 April 2010, Sicily
Vito Spinezza stood looking out at the evening sky through the open glass doors leading onto his veranda.
In his hand he held and nursed a glass of dark red wine, his pride and joy, made with his own grapes from his own vineyards below. He could feel the sensation and tingling of the alcohol in his mouth.
It had been a good harvest last year.
So finally the day has come, and my latest book: "The Dry Cleaners" is out! Just in time for the holiday season!
Great news! Managed to get the book up on Apple Books℠ which means it is now available in just about every country in the world!
So exciting!! My new book has now gone to the printers for printing the proof copies! Can't wait to get my hands on a copy!
Here are the release dates for the different editions of the book:
Well, that took a bit of doing. Was really keen to get my new website up for the launch of my new book!