THE FARGENSTROPPLE CASE.

The Fargenstropple Case (Terrence Morgan Mysteries)The Fargenstropple Case by Lia London
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A fun read. I got the sense of a good old-fashioned English farce. Like something that would have come out of the Pinewood film studios at the tail end of the 50s / early 60s.

RENEWED ENTHUSIASM!

Wimbledon 2015b - 200Right!  Summer’s over (it was early this year in the West of Scotland, being on 15th July) and my proper work has reverted to more regular hours. I now have some time to crack on with ‘Soul Survivor,’ and hopefully expand this blog into more than just a conduit for sales of ‘Damp Dogs & Rabbit Wee,’ which was published just about a year ago.

You know – one of the side benefits of writing and publishing a book, is the introduction it offers to similarly minded aspiring, indie authors.

This past year, I’ve read more books in a twelve month period than ever before. Those books were written not by Terry Pratchett, Frank Dikotter, Neel Mukherjee, Jang Jin-Sung, or Douglas Adams, some of my favourite authors. No – they were written by the likes of Rob Gregson, Jessica Collette, Andy Paine, Sarah Potter, Sue Harris, Robert Wingfield, Lia LondonCynthia Port, Will OnceJames Court and Ana Spoke– some of my new favourite authors! (Watch out also for a guy called Corben Duke. He’s just been signed up by a publisher for his comedic fantasy, ‘The Worst Man on Mars.’ Very funny!)

Bad Business 200Desiccation 200Indiot 200Kibble Talk 200Love Death and Tea 200Naming The Bits Between 200 The Contest 200 Unreliable Histories 200
The Fargenstropple Affair 200
Mulligans Revenge 200

Hopefully, over the next few months I can convince some of these excellent and entertaining writers to spend a little time on this blog, giving a bit of background to their inspirations and aspirations.

Indie authors everywhere …. I’m coming at you with a metaphorical microphone!

But for now …. ‘Damp Dogs & Rabbit Wee’ – the final push.