An update from the writing cave

I’ve realised it’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted anything here, and the truth is that 2019 is already going by in a blur.

Since publishing book seven in the Detective Kay Hunter series, Bridge to Burn in January I don’t think I’ve paused to take a breath, so I thought I’d provide a bit of an update to explain what I’ve been up to – and what’s to come over the next few months.

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After emigrating back to the UK from Australia last year, I made the decision to focus on some of the other stories that have been going around in my head for the past few years.

I absolutely love writing the Kay Hunter series, but writing and publishing three books a year has left me with no time to develop those ideas.

It’s for this reason that I’ve taken the decision to publish two books a year in the Kay Hunter series in future rather than three, leaving me time to write other stories around that series.

This approach helps me grow as a writer, and allows me space to explore the backlog of notes and scribbles that have been accumulating since 2015.

Yes, that long!

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The first of these projects will be revealed early next month, and is a recent addition to my production schedule because the idea only popped into my head within weeks of getting back to the UK.

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Stay tuned for the official cover reveal and pre-order links for this new standalone crime novel from me – and look out for another Kay Hunter investigation towards the end of the year!

8 Comments

  1. Looking forward to the next Kay Hunter book and also a standalone thriller. Love all your books and can not wait for the next book to be released.

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