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Good morning!

Well the snow has gone and the rain falls heavily from the broken gutter onto the windowframe.

The dull thud of water on plastic used to irritate me, a reminder of a job I have forgotten to look at. Since yesterday though, my outlook has changed somewhat.

My wife brought a baby boy into the world, my fourth child. The house is a calm mellow yellow of love, serenity and wholesomeness. The gutter can wait.

The sterility of lockdown has provided me a creative safe place to work fervently on my new novel, Two Wolves.

I am pleased to announce that bar a few finishing touches it will be released on Tuesday March 2nd, with a pre-order going up about a week before.

The novel is raw, gritty, uncompromising, yet I hope still carries the emotion and heart that Sunny Sands and Crimson Cross do.

I dont want to give too much away but I am very pleased with it. I feel like my writing improves all of the time and I already have a concept for book 4!

The book will be reviewed in line with the pre-order by Chelle at Curled up with a Good Book.

I have appeared on Academy FM earlier in the week and will be on Radio Ashford towards the end of the month. I have the audio from Academy FM if anyone wants it!

I am super pleased with all of the support I have received recently. Sunny Sands sits with a global rating of 4.5 out of 5 and Crimson Cross at 4.9! This is wonderful and can't thank people enough who have gone out of their way to leave a kind review.

If you liked the book and have the time, please review it and you will be entered into a prize draw to coincide with the release of Two Wolves.

For now get that date in your diary, stay safe and watch this space!

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