Sunday, 19 February 2012

New Kid on the Blog, plus eBook News...


Crimesquad reviewer-cum-crime writer, Graham Smith has a snazzy new blog here.

Graham's one of many writers who've taken the plunge into the eBook world.

I'm pleased to announce that my own eBook, MANCHESTER 6, will be back (in style!) and on the virtual shelves soon. It will be followed by a further crime collection in 'The Manchester Series'.

Here's a selection of some cool eBooks that have recently been released, or are out soon...




21 comments:

Patsy said...

Do I get a prize if I guess the title of your next Manchester book?

Col Bury said...

He-he, Patsy... it's NOT Manchester 7, so yeah! :-)

Paul D Brazill said...

Cheers mate!

Benjamin Sobieck said...

Thanks, man!

Anthony Cowin said...

Is it Salford 7?

Graham Smith said...

Cheers Col

Lily Childs said...

Looking forward to reading everything you can spill onto our alleyways. x

Groovydaz40 said...

Thanks for the plug Col. Always appreciated buddy.

Col Bury said...

You're welcome, chaps 'n' chapettes.

Added a couple more - bound to have missed some, but will include them next time.

Ps. Toe, nice try! :-)

Luca Veste said...

Some excellent stuff available at the moment!

With Liverpool 5 no longer around, you can now corner the market in Northern city numbered titles :)

Col Bury said...

Luca,

We should've put ours together as LIVERPOOL 5 MANCHESTER 6... hey, now there's a thought... :-)

Luca Veste said...

I all of a sudden have 3 extra stories...

Col Bury said...

You win then, mate! :-)

Rosalind Smith-Nazilli said...

Bless you hun..xx

Lily Childs said...

Why thankee Mr B!

ABSOLUTELY*KATE said...

Classy sharing book promos of some of your/our best author pals makin' the soar over WebTowne, cool Col.

You're no water under the bridge kind of presenter, but sky high, true blue over a tell-it-like-it-is black & white world. Wishin' great times as you present from the recharging jolt this refurbished new energies gives you.

I'd like to see your name, thus the name of your site a bit more prominent up there where it does its skywriting ... but that's just 'cause I'm mighty proud of you, and want newcomers to remember the name, and its ultimate claim to fame.

Now ... WHERE DO US FELLOW NOIR & CRIMEWRITERS GET THOSE SPIFFY BLUE T-SHIRTS?

~ Best to your zest cool Col.
~ Absolutely*Kate

Col Bury said...

Rosie 'n' Lil - sounds like a new detective drama! - you're welcome , ladies.

Kate,
I took your sound advice re' the title - hope yer like it.

I did that snazzy shirt a while back. I've had a good luck around, but can't find the site where I did it. If I do, you'll be the first to know. Soz. x

ABSOLUTELY*KATE said...

You're so cool, Col ... down to the snazzy tee. Like your name skywritten in prominence -- you deserve more of the world finding you ... always.

(had more an impact-fondness for the other typography above the cityscape tho) ... Kate runs while Col pulls out his revolver . . .

David Barber said...

Nice one, buddy. Some good stuff out there at the moment. Good luck with the re-release of M6.

Col Bury said...

Kate,
I took your advice, fine Lady.

Dave,
Sure is, mate. Thanks kind sir.

Absolutely*Kate ~ Author / Promoter-Publisher said...

Oh Col ~ You're such a stunner.

And now reading you well -- is visually, well read! Best to your new Crime zest, good sir of the streets.

~ Absolutely*Kate, pal to the tough writers -- it's safer that way