For those who enter and didn't win, I have great news for you. I reduce the price of my e-books 60% off so everybody can get them. You can download the app and read it on your phone or computer. The Art of Loving & the Peaceful Wristband wil... Read more of this blog post »
(Apart from the stuff you eat in the morning.)
My first go at episodic fiction is ‘Robin Lockslay’ – a re-imagined version of Robin Hood.
It’s an episodically released story. Think of a TV show were you get an episode every week or so. The same goes for the written word. Amazon h...Read more of this blog post »
So the other day I was walking through the house closing up the windows for the hot day ahead. Alpha Man’s office window was one of the open ones. I had to crawl up on his desk to get the window shut, which did not make my morning and then it got worse. I shut the door behind me and as I did, the...Read more of this blog post »
I write for those who, when—in real life, or a book, or a song—they touch something that makes them shiver, don’t turn and run, but turn and follow. For those who aren’t afraid of what they don’t know. Those who love to discover something new, something different.
I write for those who live for th...Read more of this blog post »
Eighth-graders frequently seem confused about how grown up they are. And do you blame them? Not me. Twelve to fourteen-year-olds pay adult admission, and are about to make the giant leap into high school, yet they’re not allowed to drive or work. Bummer. Girls, already on the road in developing... Read more of this blog post »
Audiobook horror fans, the Audible edition ofGhostStory, as read by Buck Schirner, is one of the best performances I’ve heard. His characters are subtly different in tone. He’s never over the top orcheesy. I highly recommend this version of the novel.
A few shots of the Smallpox Hospital on Roosevelt Island, designed by James Renwick, the same guy who designed Grace Church, where I sing. Renwick also designed the more famous St. Patrick’s Cathedral. He was quite the over-achiever, entering Columbia when he was only 12, and getting his first co...Read more of this blog post »
Ανέλαβε μια οικονομία που, για πρώτη φορά μετά από έξι χρόνια ύφεσης, μετά από αιματηρές θυσίες και γενναία εσωτερική υποτίμηση, είχε δείξει ένα τσάτρα-πάτρα πλεόνασμα.
Είχε μόνο μια δουλειά να κάνει: Να διαπραγματευτεί καλύτερη συμφωνία με τους δανειστές της για να μην πτωχεύσει μέσα το πρώτο εξά...Read more of this blog post »
When I started writing, long ago now, one of the first pieces of advice given to me was never to take rejection personally.
It wasn’t bad advice, but of course, I took it personally. I mean, how could I not? Someone had turned down a...Read more of this blog post »
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This treasure trove of Second World War stories are a must read for those wanting to know about the lives of ordinary families in the history of Britain – or indeed, anybody wanting a good laugh to brighten up their day.
In the history of Britain there is a sho... Read more of this blog post »
This is why I’m no longer checking my Facebook feed. Facebook keeps prompting me to promote my pages, and the Hide option doesn’t seem to work. I suspect it’s actually saying I don’t want to see my own pages, because the Report option only allows me to complain about my own pages. You keep messin...Read more of this blog post »
Amazon iscurrentlycracking down on what itsees as inaccurate or reciprocal reviews and it appears, at least fromrecent posts I’ve read, a number of authors have been affected. Amazon are using an algorithm to identify what they term as suspect reviewing pa... Read more of this blog post »
Unlike many, I didn't have a burning ambition to become a writer. It just never occurred to me.
Not until Margaret Thatcher abolished student loans, just a couple of yea... Read more of this blog post »
I hope you all had a wonderful 4th of July weekend for those who live in the USA. Waving hi to my international readers too. Here’s a fun 4th coffee recipe for you to try courtesy of Stockton Graham.
Iced Americanos are a fun drink to focus on for July 4th, the day we celebrate...Read more of this blog post »
My newest book, Torn Roots, is ready to go. It will be published at the end of July, along with eight other new additions to the Lei Crime Kindle World, and it’s time to show the world the cover designed by the incomparable David C. Cassidy.
What Torn Roots is about
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For the last 20 years or so, I’ve always gotten a bit anxious in the days leading up to Independence Day (those of you living outside the USA, be advised I’m referring to the American event known locally as “the 4th of July”). As you may know, I live in the greater Philadelphia area, considered...
‘I’m not mad, for a start, and I’m about as far from violent as you can get.’ When Toby's mother, Tibet activist Susan Hepplewhite, dies, he is determined to honour her memory. He finds her diaries and decides to have them translated into English. But his mother had a secret, and she was not the... Read more of this blog post »
Fireworks are the perfect monkey toy. Which means every July 4 you'll find me at Oxford's fireworks show.
This year was no different. I took my tripod and my Finepix, and while most of the images I shot are, to be blunt... Read more of this blog post »
You know I had intended to mark this little website re-launch thing with something a little more significant than, well, just saying ‘Here’s a new website’ (huge thanks to the very lovely Vicky for her hard work for it – if anyone’s ever after a designer type person then drop me a line). I was go...Read more of this blog post »
This very short novel begins with a crisis in the stable and ordered life of High Court Judge Fiona Maye, a specialist in Family Law. Childless herself and partner in a long and comfortably loving marriage, Fiona finds the deep pleasure of her life, the moments when she loses herself, in sorting...Read more of this blog post »
Enjoy your week!
N. Davis xxx
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I’ve been a little off of my computer lately. For about a month or so I haven’t been able to pick the thing up. My camera is filling up with un-uploaded photographs. My inbox is just getting fuller and fuller. And yet: blegh. I am sitting here right now forcing myself to actually just check up on...Read more of this blog post »
And here they are! I admit I've had the Angie Sage and Neil Gaiman books the longest, but be patient and you'll hear about them all. Most of them have come in the last few days. About a week ago, I heard from Geoffrey McSkimming, author of the Cairo Jim books and, most recently, the Phyllis Wong... Read more of this blog post »
Porn Star (Standalone)
Jason is known as “Bone Harder”, a porn star with a ten inch dick, and he’s very successful. Still, after ten years in the business, he’s finding himself wanting more. For once, he wants to be with a woman who doesn’t know what he does. When he meets Sydney, all of his...Read more of this blog post »
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