If you are already writing, [this book] will help spur you on to write more, or to look at and try different markets. If you are new to writing, but want to further your career then this is also the book for you. It’s not a ‘how to write’ book, more of a ‘how to write more and/or better’ book.
I bought this on kindle, but have just ordered the paperback as it’s one that I will want to dip into again and again and will be on my writing bookshelf for a very long time. (Diary of a Scaredy Cat)
This is a great read. It rollerballs into an exciting, fast paced adventure as Marcie does what the police can’t (or won’t) – tries to find the real killer. It’s a great cast back to a time when night clubs were owned by individuals and not corporations, and when music was just….better. And it’s also a peek into biker world! I’d highly recommend this book to anyone.(Night Crawler)
Set in the 1990s, Night Crawler’s sassy protagonist, Marcie Craig is left to uncover the true murderer after the police arrest the wrong man. Harley-riding Marcie, a DJ in a rockers’ club, is in the ideal position to ask questions but not everyone is on the level in the world in which she mixes and it becomes difficult to know who to trust. When she’s beaten up, and another of her friends is murdered, Marcie has to step up her game.
If you’re looking for a whodunit that’s a bit different, Night Crawler has credible down-to-earth characters, a distinctive heroine and a plausible storyline with a knowledgeable backdrop of rock music and bikers. (Night Crawler)
In Marcie Craig, Diane Wordsworth has created a heroine with guts and humour. Night Crawler is an exciting read; I found myself holding my breath while reading the last few chapters. Her setting is beautifully presented and it rang many bells with this Brummie. (Night Crawler)
I read the whole book in one sitting and each story has a satisfying ending that left me with a smile on my face. (Twee Tales)
This is a great wee book to pull out and dive into over a coffee break. Take each tale as it comes, and absorb the escapism through some great characters and heart-warming tales. I particularly like the ghost story in Scotland; being a Campbell myself, it made me smile 🙂 (Twee Tales)
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