Beyond The Law – Tom Benson – My Review

5* Review – One hell of a ride into the Glasgow underworld!, 27 Mar. 2015 By IAN D. MOORE Edit Review Delete Review Verified Purchase(What is this?) This review is from: Beyond The Law (Kindle Edition) A new author for me, intrigued, I delved into this book with vigour. Being ex-military myself, an instant affinity to some of the terminology used in the storyline was quickly formed. Tom has an incredible mind for detail as the circumstances in which we find the lead character, Phil McKensie, begin to assemble his select team of special operatives. The story begins with a … Continue reading Beyond The Law – Tom Benson – My Review

Page Layout and Presentation Update

Hi All, Some months ago, when I’d just begun to get the hang of using Office Word to write my first novel, I wrote a post similar to this, so I figured, now that I’ve managed to finish and publish my first book Salby Damned, that I would share what I have learned in that time. Here’s the writing format I use, based now in Office Word 2010 Edition. Firstly, I write for “print” books, not just ebook. The formatting is slightly different, however, I’ve recently attempted to amalgamate the two so I’ll tell you the formatting that I use, … Continue reading Page Layout and Presentation Update

Indie v Page Numbering in Office Word 2010

I thought I’d share this with other indies who will, if using Microsoft Office Word to create their respective masterpieces, will at some point have to tackle the problem of page numbering. Ok … if this is something you’ve been tearing your hair out about how to do then read on, I will try to explain it in points as I go along. So, you’ve got your story written, your title page is prepared, as are your acknowledgements and dedications pages. Step 1 At the very end of your title, you’ll press return and enter your author name to create … Continue reading Indie v Page Numbering in Office Word 2010

Patrick Christopher Power – Darkly Wood, epic!!

My review of this book says it all, money well spent !!!! Enter the macabre world of Darkly Wood, dreams or reality calling?, 6 Mar. 2015 This review is from: Darkly Wood (Kindle Edition) Are you sitting comfortably? Then I shall begin … Those words have remained ingrained in my memory for almost 35 years. They are synonymous with a program of the 1980’s called Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Anyone from that era should also remember Tales of The Unexpected which followed once a week. These were programs suited to anyone with a slightly darker disposition and for me, even at … Continue reading Patrick Christopher Power – Darkly Wood, epic!!