5 days left to win a copy of The Cross Of Santiago

Hi everyone,

Just wanted to let all my loyal followers know that you have 5 more days to enter the competition to win a free copy of my novel.  Entry numbers are low, so you have a pretty excellent chance of winning!  Just enter here, it’s quite painless 😉

I also want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has bought a copy of the book and to let you know that The Cross Of Santiago is available for download on every kind of e-reader known to man!  Here are some new links:

Sony Reader

iPhone, iPad or iTouch


Of course it is also available on Kindle and don’t forget you can download Kindle for PC here, so you can read Kindle books on your laptop or computer.  So happy reading and let me know your thoughts 🙂

Win a free copy of The Cross Of Santiago

Hello everyone,

Well seeing as it is the one week anniversary of my book launch, I’m hosting a give-away with Rafflecopter and giving you a chance to win one of three free copies of my book!  *Trumpets sounding*

All you have to do to enter is follow the link to Rafflecopter here and they’ll ask you to do a couple of things.  Don’t worry, it’s nothing bad like running down your main street naked or anything like that (I’m sure a side-street would suffice!).

If you’re a warm, kind, generous person, then you might let your followers know about the give-away.  But if you’re a little bit greedy and want to win all three copies for yourself, well that’s fine too 😉  Best of luck to everyone and I’ll be announcing the winners in two weeks time.

Launch Day Is Here!!

I am happy to announce that The Cross Of Santiago is now available to purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords.  For the price of a good latte (or even a mediocre one!) you can have a door-stopper of a read, full of adventure, romance, history and a few laughs along the way.  But don’t take my word for it, the reviews are in!

The Cross of Santiago is a heart-warming, astonishing novel of love and destiny.  The writing really pulls you in from the start, and it doesn’t take long before you start to care about the characters and the adventures they find themselves in.  I also liked the time slip, and the historical setting. All settings were well-described, and I got the sense I was really there.  It’s well-written, with a complicated, mesmerizing plot and characters you’ll root for. 


You can find the full review here and if you want to enter a competition to win a free copy of The Cross Of Santiago, you can enter here. Don’t forget, you can also download an excerpt from the book from Amazon and Smashwords, so you can sample before you buy!   Thank you for you support 🙂