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Hey guys!

Crikey, has it really been this long since I’ve blogged? Jeez, where is the time going?!? Anyhow, seeing as The Forensic Killer is a “working progress” i.e. I only have time to write it on a Monday night for an hour or so I’ve been thinking of fresh ideas for future publications. I know there is a few people out there keen to read my current one and I’m sorry that it’s taking longer than I thought but distractions and alone time are few and far between but I can promise you it will be worth the wait.

Anyhow, “new ideas…helloooo? What’s this all about?” I hear you question! Well, forget poetry…as it stands at the moment I can’t string two words together and have them make sense (neeeed sleeeeep!) and this pad I carry everywhere with me has got so many random bits of text in there I’m struggling to put them into sentences let alone paragraphs and god forbid those things called pages! So my current list of future titles is as follows…

  • The Copycat Killer
  • The Devil’s Child 
  • Ghost in the Machine
  • The Network
  • Curse of the Fairground

So, something to look forward to then…all I have to do is write them!

Don’t forget you can purchase a copy of The Ghost Writer on Amazon

Until we blog again!

TC,

Liane x

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The Ghost Writer

My first book has been published…how exciting! It’s available for £9.99 through www.lulu.com . I would like to thank everyone who believed in me and to my wonderful boyfriend, Daniel Pelling, who has been my knight in shining armour and my rock. This goes out to you when I say you are my world, my inspiration and everything to me. Thank you.

Anyway, here is a brief synopsis of The Ghost Writer. I hope you enjoy the book as much as I enjoyed writing it. And thanks to my awesome niece, Becky Joyce, who I will employ as my editor one day! Giving my first autograph yesterday was really cool and something I could get used to (lol, thanks Kat!).

The Ghost Writer: A Short Story By Liane M. Hoare

Jack Somerfield is tired of his mediocre life and is fed up with his job. He has been ghost writing for other people and is desperate to make a name for himself but lacks the confidence to do so. Deciding to emigrate to Canada from London to be with his girlfriend and closer to his publisher. When he arrives he settles in quickly but struggles to come up with ideas for a story. Eventually the writer’s block is lifted and Jack really gets stuck into it; working all day and all night. His life is taking a turn in the right direction and he begins to get excited about his new project and the opportunities it could bring. His publisher has always been supportive, as has his girlfriend Lisa. Jack was finally believing in himself. He knew things would be different from now on, he just didn’t realise how different things would be. The lack of sleep was catching up with Jack and was affecting his relationship with Lisa. Then one fateful day, while driving back from town, Jack’s life would never be the same again…