One of the benefits to growing old is an ability to glance back over one’s shoulder at a huge span of time to which is added a certain amount of gloss as if a duster and spray polish have been used. Nevertheless in terms of literature whereas the early nineties mostly belonged to JK Rowling and Louis Sachar, the rest especially the years from 2008 to 2015 were undoubtedly the golden age of reading as far as young adults were concerned.
And my thrillers Running, Time Breaking and Turning Point were part of this, and their suceess took me, almost every Saturday, into a Waterstones store where I had been invited for a book signing.
Living in the county as I do, most often this meant a 6 am start to catch a train from Bath to London to visit the store in Chiswick or to Birmingham where…
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