2012 is going to be a big year for David as an author, so please keep coming back for updates on the latest information.
There are several exciting projects in the works as the year starts, and news will be released about these. They include another Roman series, based in Third Century Britain, a possible sequel to the Seven Sisters trilogy, and a naval story set in 1940.
1st November 2011
Both Seven Sisters and Two Brothers e-books are now available at Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Smashwords and Waterstones at the reduced price of only $2.99 each, or the equivelent in your local currency.
30th October 2011
Amazon have announced the launch of the Kindle at Amazon.fr, opening up a new market for English language books, including all of my work. At the same time Apple's iBook stores have expanded into a further 26 countries further expanding the avaialbility of all my books worldwide.
8th August 2011
David will be giving a talk tonight on the both the highs and lows of penning a novel and publishing other peoples books, at the local St John's Ambulance Brigade in Hucknall, Nottingham. He will also have a number of paperback books to sell, and he will autograph those of his own.
9th July 2011
David will have a stall at the inaugural Hucknall Book Fair at the John Godper Centre in Hucknall, promoting both his own and other authors paperbacks. He will available for autographs and will aditionally be giving a talk, at 2pm, about how the publishing industry works in the modern world, and answering questions afterwards.
2010 and earlier
3rd November 2010
David is declared the joint winner in the Nottingham Writers Club Manuscript Of The Year annual competition, winning this prestigious event for the second time in three years. His supernatural winning entry on the theme "When darkness comes" had the notable distinction of the majority of members believing it had been written by a woman.
3rd February 2010
David will be giving a talk at the Nottingham Writers Club, weather permitting (ed: he did) about writing for e-book publication and the perils and pitfalls awaiting the unwary author. Everyone welcome at the venue, The Mechanics Institute on North Sherwood Street, Nottingham, although the club will charge non-members £1.50 on the door. He will have a selection of books for sale.
5th November 2008
At his very first attempt David wins the prestigious Manuscript Of The Year competition at Nottingham writers Club with his political satire short story on the theme of "Blood...". The cup will be presented at the December awards night. See the relevant issue of the club magazine for details.