Light comedy is getting darker

I’ve published Blokes in the House 7, the next in my self-isolation series.

The humour is darkening.

Two of the old blokes have a birthday and the party comes to them.

The Mayor’s day gets worse, Gus reminds him he can make his biggest problem go away — the menacing man who stands in the garden each night.

It’s available at Amazon, Kobo and Google Play, and will be at Apple and B&N soon.

Apologies again. It’s free most places but at Amazon you’ll pay 0.99 USD.

Around September I’ll merge the anticipated 12 serials together and released it has a complete novel. That’ll have better editing and some rewriting, so what I’m publishing now is rarer.


BookFunnel promotion

He has to get home for the birth of his daughter.

But he’s trapped on an island in this dark comedy, which features with many other books in this BookFunnel promotion.

These books aren’t free but many have been reduced, including my two, Daddy’s Great Escape and Blokes on a Plane.


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