Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Local Literary Feature with James Carol

Today Danny talked to local author James Carol about his new book, "The Quiet Man", the fourth book in the Jefferson Winter series.  These books are crime thrillers, about a detective who works to bring down serial killers.  In the first book ("Broken Dolls") some of the action is set in St Albans, but this book is set in Vancouver. All these books are stand alone, and no previous book in the series needs to be read.  "The Quiet Man" was released today and costs 98p on the kindle store.

As well as the Jefferson Winter series, James Carol also writes under the name J.S.Carol.  He uses this name to write books unconnected to the Jefferson Winter series, such as "The Killing Game." James says that one of the most important things as a writer to consider is the impact their work has on their audience, either positive or negative, but the worst thing is indifferent.

James' links:
Twitter: @JamesCarolBooks
Website: http://www.james-carol.com/

Other literary events in the local area:

At Segrue Books:
Q and A with MJ Arlidge, 25th May from 7:30 to 9pm- he'll be talking about his new book ‘Love me not’.
YA author anniversary event with YA authors Karen Gregory and Penny Joelson- 27th May- 3:30-5pm.  http://segruebooks.co.uk/about/

Waterstones
Book signing with Gino D'acampo- "Gino's healthy Italian for less" on the 15th May at 5:30
MJ Arlidge "Love me not" Launch party on the 18th May 7:30-9pm

Flamstead Book festival:
An Evening with Andy Hamilton on the 1st June at 7pm- 9pm at St Leonard's Church
http://www.flamsteadbookfestival.com/?page_id=620493

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