Monthly Archives: April 2012

Hit & Run press round-up

So there’s been a flurry of reviews and features on Hit & Run in the last week or so. Here we go: Nerd of Noir gives the book a massive thumbs up in his inimitable style over at Spinetingler. Here’s … Continue reading

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Friday tune: Warning, Great Pop Alert!

So, it turned out Nicola Roberts was the talented one in Girls Aloud. Her solo album last year was pop genius. So there. Here is a stripped down version of ‘I’ from the album. It is fantastic. So there. Pop … Continue reading

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Trailer for HIT & RUN

OK, so last week me and Ewan Morrison went out driving around Edinburgh, pretending to crash the car and filming it. It was rather surreal, especially when a car went past thinking we really had hit someone. I got soaked … Continue reading

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The Amazon effect

Well that was a surreal weekend. On Sunday, my novel Hit & Run was made Amazon UK’s Kindle Daily Deal, with a price drop from £6.86 to 99p for 24 hours only. It was flagged up on the Kindle homepage. … Continue reading

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Friday tune – Errors

Since being at Fence’s Eye o’ the Dug last weekend in St Andrews, I have been unable to listen to anything all week but Errors. They headlined on the Saturday night and were AWESOME. To be honest, their recorded output, … Continue reading

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Hit & Run is Amazon’s Kindle Deal of the Day THIS SUNDAY

My Kindle got stolen recently. For all you folks lucky enough to not have been robbed, Hit & Run is gonna be cheap as chips (99p, I think) for ONE DAY ONLY on Sunday 22nd April. Here’s a link. Get … Continue reading

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Reading Matters vs Subtle Melodrama

I’m not really pitching these two FANTASTIC book blogs against each other in some terrible war of words, it’s just that they just both reviewed Hit & Run recently and I haven’t posted about it yet. So, here is Kim … Continue reading

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