Thursday, 31 January 2013

Update On Writing: Thief Re-edited.

Hi Guys,

Been a while since I posted last but I have an excuse - the dog ate my homework! Well maybe not, but I have been busy writing so I figure that has to count for something. Anyway since publishing the second Wizard at Law book in January (and February has only just begun), I've also re-edited and recovered my first novel - Thief.

I'm really quite pleased with the way the cover turned out. It's a million times better than the old one I think you'll agree, and it's another step in my master plan to take over the world! Or at least to get a few of my ebooks published on paper as well by the end of the year.

Next to go through this process is Maverick. It already has a new cover and is being edited as I type (thanks Lucy!). I've also started the CreateSpace process for it, but I have to admit that when it comes to all things computers, I am somewhat on the slow side.

As far as writing goes, I'm currently finishing off Alien, a sci fi romance adventure in which a retired agent with a personal enemy that would make Superman tremble is visited by an alien woman that funnily enough has her own enemies. Of course the real fun starts when their enemies get together!

This is a book that has been almost finished and sitting around as an untouched file on my computer for years, like so many others. So I'm quite pleased to be finally completing it. Of course that leaves maybe eighty more all awaiting the same attention!

Anyway, that's been my year so far and I'm quite pleased with how its gone. I hope you and yours are having an equally good one. Oh and I thought this was funny:

If wishes were horses I'd need a lot of pooper scoopers!

Cheers, Greg.

Saturday, 12 January 2013

Second Wizard At Law Book Published.

Hi Guys,

Happy new year and all.

Thought I'd let you know that the second Wizard at Law book - The Glimmering, has been published on the kindle. Here's the blurb:

It starts with a glimmer, and then it just glows!

Thomas Crow and his friends are back with another case.

Someone is busy turning the people of London bright yellow one by one and in the precess, threatening the exposure of the people and magic to the world.

Thomas must represent his client, one of the yellows as they've become known, a normal with no idea that magic exists or the people for that matter, and a man who really just wants a drink. And at the same time he has to keep lying to him, following the line of the Circle that it's just a disease and that the victims need to be quarantined. Helping to maintain the cover up that stops world wide exposure.

And then of course they have to find the caster that's creating the panic in the first place. Before the press finally get a picture of a yellow in all his glory and everything goes to hell.

Who'd be an advocate?!
So my years off to a good start, I hope yours are too.
Cheers, Greg.