Another night, another launch. Nik Jones rocked Gateshead with a Borders Team Valley 9987 event on 3 March. Sheila Quigley hosted the event - a joint 'do' for Nik and Sandra Rowell.
It was great to meet everyone there and was a splendid night for networking. Tomorrow, I'm back at Borders to talk true crime in the shape of notorious underworld bosses, the Krays.
Also coming this week, I'll be posting up an interview with Caroline Smailes.
PDF e-book requests for 9987 will be sent out tomorrow.
Winner of the weekend giveaway was Ross in Liverpool. A copy of 'More Tonto Short Stories' is on its way to you. Ross wanted the book as he'd read the first one, had his story rejected for MTSS and hadn't bought it out of 'evil spite'. His grudge has passed now and he wants to make friends and develop more work for when Tonto runs another competition.
Thanks Ross... it's always better to have friends than enemies. Feel free to review the book on amazon.
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