My Bumper Spring Of Publications
Due to a slight miscommunication with my publisher it seems that the mass market edition of ‘Bryant & May and the Burning Man’ is appearing on February 25th, just before the hardback arrival of ‘Bryant & May: Strange Tide’, the detectives’ mystery concerning strange deaths on the Thames, and the novel which will solve the puzzle of What Happens Next to the staff of the blighted Peculiar Crimes Unit.
But wait, there’s more!
At the same time, my terrifyingly huge backlist of novels and short story collections will start appearing as e-books, starting with ‘Roofworld’ and ‘Spanky’, probably launching in twos and threes after that, as fast as we can digitise them. There will also be a new short story e-collection, ‘Frightening’, to celebrate their appearance.
A little further down the line, I have now delivered a new stand-alone thriller (watch this space for a title and launch date), and looking even further ahead, there will be another new Bryant & May novel for 2017 entitled ‘Wild Chamber’ (which I am about to start writing). Call centre workers get more time off. If there’s anything else you want me to bang out, do say. I always feel guilty when the subject of my prolific output comes up, as if I aim for quantity over quality, when in truth I agonise over every word.