I’ve finished the edits for DARK HORIZONS, and it’s looking good. Set in Sumatra, it’s going to take you somewhere you’ve never been before and then … well, there’s nothing like a bit of death to spice things up, is there? Anyway, it’s fantastic to see the book coming together – there’s the copy-edit to go and covers to finalise, but we’re getting closer to seeing it in print. In fact, it’s already appeared on Amazon and Waterstones as a pre-order, and there’s an intriguing synopsis on there to wet your appetite. Why not pop over and have a look here? Initial cover ideas look great, and it’s currently scheduled to be in the bookshops next spring. I’m thinking that people are really going to like this one, but there’s still a while to wait so, for the moment, you’re going to have to satisfy yourselves with DRY SEASON which is currently out in hardback and trade paperback (a small reminder, just in case you didn’t know). We should be seeing DRY SEASON in paperback around the same time as DARK HORIZONS hits the shelves.
Oh, and here’s an article that appeared in North East Times – me talking about DRY SEASON. Click on the picture for a larger view.