Maybe: A Victorian Steampunk Mystery

Maybe, for anyone unaware, was released a week ago on the ides of march and despite all the current problems the world is facing, it’s done remarkably well. Sadly, however, several of the events I was due to attend with the book (and the others) have had to be, wisely I feel, cancelled. But scifi conferences and book shows pale into insignificance in the face of a pandemic, and I hope everyone is well and taking care of themselves in these trying times, and perhaps reading a few books will help bring smiles to faces…

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On the plus side the first reviews are starting to come in, for which I’m as ever grateful.

review maybe

If you haven’t yet had a look at maybe the first couple of chapters are available on amazon for free… If you follow the links below.

In the UK…

In the US

And for completeness , in Canada…

So please, give them a read, and consider reading some more…

Beyond that, everyone do all you can to keep you and yours safe and hopefully the world will get back to normal soon and we’ll all still be here to see it.




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