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December 20, 2017
Can a novel work if it’s set against unresolved real-world events?
What if, for instance, someone had written a thriller whose backdrop was the election battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton – and the book had come out before the election result was known? Could that have worked?
I’m hoping the answer is yes, because that’s the approach I’ve taken with my new mystery drama, Never Going to Happen, which comes out in January 2018*. One of its underlying themes is Britain’s tortured progress towards leaving the European Union, and the book will be released more than a year before that process sees any kind of resolution. ... Continue reading →
You don’t need a physical Kindle device to read a Kindle book. You can read it on almost any tablet computer, or even on a smartphone (this works surprisingly well). And of course you can read it on a laptop or desktop computer. The secret in most cases is just getting hold of the free Kindle app.
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