Author Archives: Andy

The Scene Club Rediscovered

Facebook. Love it, hate it or both. There’s nothing quite like it for putting you in touch with people. People who you’d be unlikely to bump into without it. Yesterday, thanks to Facebook, I met Craig Sams and through Craig, a … Continue reading

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The Scene Club, Ham Yard, London

I arrived in London early this morning for a (business) meeting in Victoria, so took the opportunity to drop by Ham Yard, which is a few minutes walk from Piccadilly Circus, off Great Windmill Street. The early commute into London was typically … Continue reading

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Next stop – The Scene Club?

My next book. At the moment it’s a soup of ideas. Churning around in my head. Waiting to congeal into something wholesome. A little thinner than I would like at this stage, to be honest. More a french onion than a hearty … Continue reading

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Building 41 out for beta reading

After months (and months) of writing, the draft copy of Building 41, the third and final episode in the Harry Stammers Series, is now out for test reading and we are, pending any last minute hiccups, looking good for an April or … Continue reading

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Chiltern Writers

Just back from a most enjoyable and informative evening at the Chiltern Writers Group (http://chilternwriters.org). It is always a little nerve wracking joining a group for the first time (well, I find it so) but I must say that they … Continue reading

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The Battle of Wood Green

Just had to share this with you all. Today, I received a message from Chris Kennedy, who I met for the first time, a week or so ago, at my book launch. Chris purchased a copy of ‘The Battle of … Continue reading

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A busy few days…

I am happy to report that the launch of ‘The Battle of Wood Green’, on Friday evening, went WONDERFULLY well. Fortunately, the books turned up (just in time) which was something of a relief. And also fortunately, a great many of … Continue reading

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Five days to go…

It is Friday 21st in five days time and the launch of ‘The Battle of Wood Green’ is now just around the corner. Which is all terribly exciting. Except that I don’t yet have a single copy of the book … Continue reading

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A trip down memory lane

While in North London yesterday with my friend Janice, I paid a short visit to Vale Road N4. The northern end of this little road, is mostly terraced housing. When I was a kid, the houses were semi-derelict and, on … Continue reading

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The Battle of Wood Green – almost there

Well, I’ve just finished another iteration of the manuscript, which now includes a prologue and uploaded it to the publisher for checking. It is an exhausting process because, call me over cautious if you like, but even minor changes can lead … Continue reading

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