Tag: Larry Jeram-Croft

On writing and being more productive

    Is this the answer to being more productive when attempting to write a novel? Perhaps I’d better start at the beginning, which as we all know is a very good place to start. In fact, as the author…

Meerkating–oops– Marketing

Firstly, apologies for the time between this post and the last. Life, in the shape of a new ‘day job’ and moving into rented accommodation, got in the way. Anyway, apart from the forthcoming inevitable Christmas and New Year upheavals,…

Spotted Blog

A bit of literary news and a shameless unsolicited plug. Not actually a plug for my efforts as such, although I can tell you that one of my articles is slated for publication in Latitudes and Attitudes magazine in October or November.

Now, I want to mention an old chum of mine, Larry Jeram-Croft who’s published a couple of cracking good books on Amazon. The first one in the series: Sea Skimmer.

Sea Skimmer is a fictional novel set during the Falklands War. Or is it? Fictional that is. This year is the 30th anniversary of the campaign and Larry, who was a helicopter pilot in the Royal Navy at the time of the conflict, is putting extracts with comments from his logbook on his blog…