Humour, history and horses - not necessarily in that order!
I have had three books published so far and have self-published a further three . I've re-issued one recently as a digital edition after regaining the rights to it.
One Fell Swoop
Against the Odds
Hoofprints in Eden
The Forthright Saga
For details of my books as paperback or digital editions please see my web site, http://www.jackdawebooks.co.uk/
Reviewing: I will read your short and long pitches. If you grab me, I will read a chapter, possibly more if I like it. My review will be honest. I do not flatter or play games, so if I say I like your work it's because I think it's good and saleable, not to gain your backing for my own.
I also have to write and work, so bear with me. For those reasons I also don't add or ask for friend links - sorry :) If you like me - buy a copy of one or more of my books!
Philip Pullman's "His Dark Materials" trilogy (since when I have largely gone off "Lord of the Rings")
Somerville & Ross, "The Irish R. M." (collected from Some Experiences of an Irish RM, Further Experiences of an Irish RM, etc)
A S Byatt, "Possession"
D L Sayers' detective novels
Ngaio Marsh's detective novels
Zoe Sharp's Charlie Fox thrillers
Dick Francis (most of his racing thrillers)
Audrey Niffenegger's "The Time Traveler's Wife"
Hugh Walpole's "Herries" chronicle
Josephine Tey's "Daughter of Time" and "Brat Farrar"
Almost anything by Terry Pratchett (for wacky surrealism and good humour) or Bill Bryson (for splendidly lucid prose)
Malcolm MacDonald's "World From Rough Stones" series
Jackie Moffat's "Sheepwrecked" and "The Funny Farm"
Non fiction on equine matters
and many, many others
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