Monday, 26 October 2009

More reviews!

A couple more reviews for “Conjure” this week, from paying customers - and both of them, I’m very happy to say, are positive. Firstly, Jamie - my fan from Tasmania - emailed me and wrote:

"The book's a fine achievement, Mark. It moves along at a crisp pace, has characters the reader can care about, and a nice climax."

That was very nice - then Kim wrote me a lovely long email that included the phrase “Good job, I enjoyed it”. She also posted the first review at Goodreads, which was very nice of her.
Kim’s review at

Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Another review!

...from David Price this time. And he liked it!
It's published on the Facebook group site (which is located here) and below is a lovely little excerpt:
Chilling stuff, Mark, [with] strong characters, and you've done a great job of adding menace to an idyllic setting. Above all, it is a real page-turner, as you never let us forget how much danger the central characters are in (that encounter with the one-armed boy and the crows is a particularly unnerving moment, and you build on that sense of dread) . I would almost describe it as quiet horror - in short, a good, old-fashioned tale of the supernatural. You can definitely be proud of this one.
Thanks, David!

Monday, 5 October 2009

First paying customer review

The first review of "Conjure" is now in, from Mr Gary Greenwood.

Gary's review, from his website

Brief bit - It's a good, solid horror novel about revenge from beyond the grave affecting the lives of a young couple who have their own, more realistic worries...

Thanks, Gary!

Thursday, 1 October 2009

Local man makes local news...

This is a scan of the article and picture, about me and "Conjure", that appeared in the Kettering Evening Telegraph last night (30/9/09)