"A very easy going read."
"Some laugh out loud moments."
Really, really loved it. More from this author, please."
Comments like this really do spur you on to write more.
I'm not alone, I know, in finding concentration difficult during the pandemic. I seem to be writing more short stories these days and, apart from those in Daggy, I've produced four this year, for charity anthologies of various types. I'll let you know when they're published.
Meanwhile, I have a few recommendations for you. Books I've read recently and can really recommend as good reads.
The Lies I Tell by Joel Hames. The story of a criminal, a scammer, you can really root for. Twists your thoughts a bit, this one.
The Secret Wife by Steve Robinson. History, crime, mystery and excitement. One I really hope will see a sequel.
The Skittering by David Haynes. Modern times meet classic horror. If insects didn't give you the creeps before, they will now! A great, creepy story.
The Minders by John Marrs. Something for your inner conspiracy theorist that'll keep you turning the pages.
Gray Genesis by Alan McDermott. Prequel, and the start of an adventure series you'll really want to read.
Just to prove I don't just read war and death and crime, there's A Reluctant Hero by V K McGivney. Funny, wise, a look at the life of a middle-aged man sucked into problems not entirely of his own making.
I hope you find something here to interest you.