The Reason I’ve Gone Quiet. I’ve Got Something to Shout About!

The Reason I’ve Gone Quiet. I’ve Got Something to Shout About!

Yes, I know, I’ve been suspiciously quiet of late. I haven’t sent my usual short story. I haven’t offered fabulous free book prizes. I haven’t asked what you think of cozies or Christie or covers or the like. Here’s why…

THERE’S A NEW BOOK IN THE WORKS (WOO-HOO!)

This one is a thriller like nothing I’ve ever written before. With echoes of Sliding Doors, a splash of Gone Girl and a good dose of my usual Aussie candour, this new, stand-alone story has kept me tap-tap-tapping away for months, and is almost complete! 

I thank you all so much for your patience and promise you the wait will be worth it. Or at least I hope it will. My most complicated mystery yet, this one is set in three very different places and two completely different timelines. It all starts with a simple scenario:   

A young backpacker meets an alluring stranger on a ferry, enroute to Santorini. When he gets off miles from her destination, she has to make a terrifying choice. Will she jump off with him and desert her travelling companions? Or will she stay safely on the ferry and miss what might be the experience of a lifetime? 

One woman, two choices. Which way does she go? 

What she can not know in her youth and naivety is that one choice will see her finding true love, the other will leave her fighting for her life.

This is a story of choices, and of surviving their consequences.

Sound enticing? I hope so! And now you know: When writers go quiet it usually means the voices are screaming loudly in their heads and there’s a bunch of characters coming to life on a page somewhere.

These pages will be complete and the characters in place for a mid-2019 book release, but I’ll be in touch before then with both the title and cover reveals, so stay tuned for that.

Until then, thanks again for your patience. You can catch up on all my other mysteries by checking out my website or clicking on your favourite digital store.

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