Archive for the ‘Etc.’ Category

Holiday Reads 2015

Posted: August 26, 2015 in Etc.
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Two weeks of flip flops and paella, family fun and mucho vino tinto also equated to mucho reading. Here are my unearthed treasures for all you book-lovers out there: (more…)


Free Crime Mystery on Kindle

Posted: October 23, 2014 in Etc.

Yes, Raine Fall is free on Kindle until Monday 27th!

“Disturbingly clever”

“An exciting, thrilling, emotional journey with an ending that does not disappoint.”

Raine Fall Cover

You can download it from here:

Amazon UK

Amazon US


Stevie’s top reads and music of 2012

Posted: January 1, 2013 in Etc., Faith


White Noise and Kindle Marketing

Posted: November 3, 2012 in Etc.

With both of my books available on Kindle now, and each having sold a decent amount to my immediate network of friends and contacts, the question remains: now what? There’s a bigger world out there. (more…)

School Of Thought

Posted: October 29, 2012 in Etc.

My second novel “School of Thought” is now finally available on the Kindle market(s). I wrote it before Raine Fall, but have updated and refreshed it a little these eight years later. Having re-read and re-reviewed it, I’m still very proud of it. The twists and surprises still have a fresh unexpectedness to them, even in this age of Inception and others since first composing the tale. Even if I say myself… (more…)

“Raine Fall” on Kindle

Posted: July 7, 2012 in Etc.

My most recent novel “Raine Fall” has been selling well on Kindle. It’s been a great experience, since I’ve sold ten times more copies than I expected to. But what next? (more…)

Killer Openers

Posted: May 10, 2011 in Etc.

Since this is the opening post for my new site, I thought I’d get the ball rolling with a selection of my favourite opening album tracks. I’m not including those little 1 minute prologues that can appear (Union Black and No World for Tomorrow both feature such a quirk). No, I’m talking about those killer tracks that have been specifically chosen to get the party going, whether they’re the first thing you hear or the first full-length composition. Either way, these are some of my favourite songs ever, and I guess that in itself has something to do with why they were placed where you find them on the album… So, in no particular order: