Julia Hughes - writing thrilling adventures - time after time after time.
"Operation Mallory" is now go. The Paul Mallory Novels deserve to be household names. Stephen Spencer's writing is that good. However, Stephen's past year has been a round of hospital appointments, brain surgery and cancer treatment. Which hasn't left much time for writing, let alone marketing. A bunch of Stephen's writer friends have united, with the aim of getting Paul Mallory's Adventures on every kindle on Earth - or very nearly! One very special person, has commissioned and overseen new covers and a new website. You can check it out here: Stephen C Spencer.
That's up to you. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, becomes mission I'm gonna make this possible.
Whether you're a reader, writer, both or neither, we need your support. Please share whatever you can, full details, including book covers, links and blog post suggestion can be found at Google Docs "OPERATION MALLORY"
On twitter, watch out for the hash tag #OperationMallory - and join Paul Mallory on facebook and repin from the pinterest board.
Apart from a pint waiting for you at "The Soldiers Return", if you're an author, there's free marketing advice, free web space, free mini-critique - your's for the asking - from Sean Campbell and Mervyn Walker. (Sean@90daysnovel.com & Mervyn@Talonpublishing.com)
There's also a bundle of free ebooks waiting for you, some great reads, including the best selling "Cleaver Square" and the outrageous "Banned", among others. If you'd like to make your own donation, whether it's time or your own ebook, etc, either Sean or Mervyn would be delighted to hear from you. Claim your reward here: "OPERATION MALLORY"
"It's Always Darkest"
Small-town sportswriter Paul Mallory doesn't need much to keep him happy: Red Stripe beer, H. Upmann cigars, and enough money to put down a few bets at the track every so often will do the trick nicely. He likes his quiet, undemanding life in upstate New York, and he really likes his quiet and undemanding girlfriend Pam. Maybe he even loves her.
What Paul doesn't like is travel, complications, and most of all, responsibility for the welfare of others. But when his insatiable curiosity—along with a propensity for showing off—gets the better of him one fine June day, he has to leave his old life (and Pam) behind to take on a lucrative new job; a job he never really wanted in the first place.
Then, on his very first assignment with the mysterious Cramer Press Syndicate, Mallory immediately finds himself in the spotlight at a Russian handball tournament and must decide whether to become personally involved in the biggest story he's ever covered—putting both his career and his life on the line in the process.
Whatever he does, he'll never be the same again.
"It's Always Darkest" will be free to download from all good virtual bookstores within the next few days, we'll keep you posted!
Wren Prenderson; "A Ripple in Time" best hero.
"The Griffin Cryer" best Urban Fantasy. Thank you to the hard working judges and everyone who voted at the eFestival of Words, organised by Julie Dawson, of Bards & Sages.
A Raucous Time, A Ripple in Time, and The Griffin Cryer. Thank you to Julie and her hard working panel of judges and reviewers.
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