Category Archives: Authonomy

How long should a chapter be?

I ask this because I have my adult crime thriller The Truth on the HarperCollins book review website Authonomy and one of the reviewers has said the first few chapters are a bit long. The Truth is 105,000 words long, … Continue reading

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Car Boot Sale – an essential resource for plotting revenge

In The Truth, my new adult crime thriller currently on the HarperCollins book review website Authonomy, our Dark Man, who by now you are getting to know a little better post by post, takes it upon himself to plan his … Continue reading

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The Truth – the marvels of your local library

The Truth gathers pace, the characters are set on the path to determination, desolation, death or the worst thing that can ever happen. Then a respectable man, our Dark Man, walks into his local library and asks about maps. There … Continue reading

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The Manhunt Begins

My recent post about The Truth, my adult crime thriller gave a tempting insight into how and where the story truly starts. In the pub, The Farmers’ Arms where a violent and unprovoked racial attack brings out two evil doers … Continue reading

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The Truth – it starts in the pub, but where will it end?

In The Truth, my new adult crime thriller, now on Authonomy, a series of unrelated events one fine bright summers day will change the lives of many people, the community and societies attitude to justice. In the Farmers Arms, a … Continue reading

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