There’s a new chapter in town

writeStone and Burke had not long finished taking the official statements of David Leigh, his wife and son, and the two other witnesses to the robbery, none of which had taken long individually but which cumulatively had mounted up, and were updating the incident report when the door swung open and DCI Troyes entered the office.

“Sir,” Stone acknowledged his superior without shifting his attention from the keyboard in front of him. Touch-typing was a skill he had never been able to get the hang of, which meant he had to keep his eyes on the keyboard to limit his mistakes as he four-fingered – that was his limit – his way through the statement he was typing up.



I’ve spent part of today setting myself up on Wattpad, where I will be putting up the first draft of my debut novel; so far I have 2 chapters up and hope to be adding a fresh chapter every day, as long as my work rate is sufficient and I don’t get lazy.

Please visit and let me know what you think of my novel, what there is so far –