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The Writer - Sunday Photo Fiction

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge presented by my old friend Al Forbes.
The idea is to write a short story (200 word max) inspired by what you see in his picture (below). 252 more words

Sound Bite Fiction

Private Eye

I was on a case,
hired to tail a skirt
wearing a trench coat
and a black, wide brimmed felt hat.
I was given a snap shot… 168 more words


Autumn: New season of crime fiction

Early Autumn

Time for more reading

Yes, the Autumn weather is here and I’m looking forward to a brand new season of crime fiction for Murder in Common. 81 more words

Murder In Common

Double Page Spread ep 162 Casefile Arkham

It’s a return visit from the crew of 01 Publishing- Josh Finney, Kat Rocha and Patrick McEvoy. They have a sequel to their successful graphic novel, “Casefile: Arkham”. 87 more words


Freebie Friday: The Most Dangerous Dame

I’m pleased to offer the second full-length Troubleshooter novel for free, this weekend only. (Sept. 9-11)

Who is the Troubleshooter? Just a hardly-working slick that goes by the name of Mick Trubble: the hard-drinking, chain-smoking, wry-witted private eye of the future. 133 more words

Bard Constantine



My double feature e-book, ‘Sabotage’, containing both my World War 2 thriller-noir novels, ‘The Informer’ and ‘Codename Panzer’ is on sale right now. 47 more words

The Informer

E-book rights to Kevin Stevens' novel “Reach the Shining River” licensed to Endeavour Press

Following on from the success of “Francesca” by Donald Finnaeus Mayo, we are delighted to announce the new release of the Ebook edition of Kevin Stevens’ novel “Reach the Shining River” by the UK’s leading independent digital publisher, Endeavour Press. 351 more words