So, here's the thing! I've just published a new book. I know, you're thinking - not another one! What can I say? I like writing. Hey! Fancy finding a job I actually like doing at my age. I mean, you navigate your way through life, and talking of navigating - I loved The Flight of the Navigator. That was one cool movie when it came out with some neat special effects. Anyway, you navigate your way through life, and there's a pattern, isn't there? Here's how it goes: Primary school, secondary school, university (or straight into a job as in my case), get drunk a lot, get into trouble a lot, grow up (usually around 31 for boys and 16 for girls - I think I was 26 at the time), meet a girl, get married, have children, get a mortgage, lose your hair . . . Yeah, and then you're on the slippery slope to the knacker's yard.
You're sitting in the knacker's yard at the end of your journey, and you look back and think - I did what I had to do. The question is: Did you enjoy it? There were probably moments, a night here, a holiday in Ibiza there - no names, no pack drill as they used to say in the hobo camp.
I'm not talking about myself, of course. I met my wife when I grew up (at 26 remember), and we've been married (I have to make sure I get this right) 37 years - please let that be right because she reads these blogs.
So listen, I've got a novella to tell you about: An Ill Wind (Cyrus Kane 1) - the start of a new series, but listen closely - you can get that and a whole lot more by downloading Murder 9.0, which includes the first Tom Gabriel Footprints of the Dead, and that's a bargain if there ever was one!
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