News for November 2016.

 

Hi everyone,

Just a small update.

 

I’ve finished the latest Ishmael Jones ‘Death Shall Come’. And it’s been sent off.

I’ve been reviewing the notes for Night Fall, which I’ll be starting next.  Now, when I plot a book it normally runs maybe 10 to 20 pages.  The rough plot for Night Fall runs…. 47!  I did joke at one point that it might run to 1000 pages. Maybe that’s not so much a joke now!

 

Simon

 

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News

 

Hi everyone,

Just a small update.

 

I’ve finished the latest Ishmael Jones ‘Death Shall Come’. And it’s been sent off.

I’ve been reviewing the notes for Night Fall, which I’ll be starting next.  Now, when I plot a book it normally runs maybe 10 to 20 pages.  The rough plot for Night Fall runs…. 47!  I did joke at one point that it might run to 1000 pages. Maybe that’s not so much a joke now!

 

Simon

 

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