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The reason I write and publish …

Originally posted on Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing:
It’s never been about the money (because, as I have said before, you’re more likely to win the Irish Sweepstakes than make much money at all in this publishing game), and it’s not…

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More Things I Love About Being Indie…

With reference to a recent post I made entitled “Why I Love Being Indie” that focused on the many upsides of being an indie author, I can add promotions like this one to the list. The #IndieBooksBeSeen after Christmas sale … Continue reading

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Pete Buckley

Originally posted on Reading Recommendations:
Pete Buckley What is your latest release and what genre is it? The Colonel of Krasnoyarsk (adventure thriller) Quick description: When Russian Agent Yuri Medev is dispatched to New York City from his Siberian base…

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Why I Love Being Indie

A few years ago arriving home after a month long trip around New Zealand, it occurred to me that the story of that trip would make the kind of travel and adventure story I had always liked to read in … Continue reading

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Hiking From Grindelwald to Zermatt – A Long Walk in the Alps Revisited

During the summer of 2007 I hiked through the Swiss Alps from Grindelwald in the Bernese Oberland to Zermatt in the Valais and wrote A Long Walk in the Alps about my experiences along the way. The story’s been out … Continue reading

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The Colonel of Krasnoyarsk – Chapter One

Here are the introduction and first chapter of my novel The Colonel of Krasnoyarsk which is the first of the Yuri Medev stories; now available globally in paperback, kindle and a whole range of e-book formats…      Join the adventure… … Continue reading

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In the Shadow of Mount Cook – a Walk to the Red Tarns

During the summer of 2005 I spent a month journeying around New Zealand – a journey I would repeat tomorrow given the chance – and as the country remains one of my favorite places I’ve visited to date I thought … Continue reading

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