Saturday, November 11, 2017

An entertaining read... #thewitchslist #BeingAuthor #amazonreviews

Good reviews are still coming in thick and fast for The Witch's List. One of the most recent ones had this to say:
"I found it an entertaining read, well written without the subtle unexplainable events dominating. It is a very believable story."
See full review here:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R263KXJL2OV8PH
Also look out for a price drop to 2.99 £/$/€ for the kindle version.
The paperback version is also at a great price now too on amazon.com:
https://www.amazon.com/Witchs-List-Andrew-Cairns/dp/1785353489
Grab one now as a stocking-filler!

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Happy Halloween! #thewitchslist #halloweenreads #scary

Happy Halloween! Things are already getting scary round here. Thanks to everyone who has read / reviewed / supported The Witch's List over the past year and a bit. If you haven't yet dived into this horror/coming-of-age story, then please add it to your reading list for Halloween...
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01G2M4N16






Friday, October 27, 2017

A visit to the house of Jules Verne in Amiens! #JulesVerne #FridayFeeling #FridayReads

Just visited the house of the amazing Jules Verne. Very inspiring to see this place where the godfather of science fiction lived. It's full of old books, posters, letters, notebooks and a few models of the fantastic machines he imagined.










Monday, October 16, 2017

Hot of the press - the second part in The Witch's List trilogy! #thewitchslist #MondayBlogs #HappyMonday

Excited to announce I just completed the first draft of the flaming hot follow-up to The Witch's List! Now all I have to do is edit and publish... and set the book world on fire!


Monday, October 9, 2017

Skeleton of a factory. #thewitchslist #Paris #MondayBlogs

Who can name this rather desolate skeleton of a factory in the outskirts of Paris?
The quotation on the rusty sign on top reads:

"Tant qu'un homme pourra mourir de faim à la porte d'un palais, il n'y aura rien de stable dans les institutions humaines."

Eugène Varlin