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Joe is Online – Free during May in the Kindle Store

My first novel Joe is Online is currently free in the Kindle store on Amazon US and Amazon UK until the end of May, at the very earliest. 

Why is it free? I’ve recently completed my second novel and, on the basis that it’s slightly less weird than the first, am sending it out to literary agents at the moment. The second novel is a story told by the wife of a British prime minister… but it’s not Sam Cam. Nor Cherie. Nor Norma Major ( though that would be a cracking story )

Happy reading.



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‘Joe is Online’ … is online

Joe is Online is my epistolary novel on cyberterrorism and suicide cults.  It was published in March 2011 by me.

In 1997 a 13 year-old boy with no friends called Joe went online.

He decided the offline world was too harsh be real.  With the help of an internet psychic called Magda Magenta, Joe unleashes a series of co-ordinated attacks on the world, beginning online and spreading into the offline world.  He develops an online cult populated by people who’ve also been let down badly by the real world.

No-one can trace their source until a quiet, shy professor in terrorism called Penelope Hunt discovers a link to Joe.  She finds herself pulled into a conspiracy which transcends race and religion. With only a radical tele-atheist to help her, Penny decides to shut down Joe’s activities, placing her own life in grave danger in the process.
‘Joe is Online’ spans continents and decades. Its setting is the boundary where the online and offline worlds meet.

It’s on the Amazon Kindle Store to sample and buy in the US and the UK

You can also buy it and read 20% of it for free at Smashwords.  Use coupon code BM62L at checkout to get it for 99 cents (normally $1.99) before Saturday 26th March.

The formats here work on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and pretty much any other e-reader, however because of its formatting ‘Joe is Online’ is regrettably not compatable with Stanza. If this is a problem download iBooks for free from the app store, drag the .epub file to your ‘Books’ in iTunes and make sure it’s synced to your device.

It also has a Facebook page, please go there and ‘Like’ it (if you do).

CAUTION:  ’Joe is Online’ contains very strong language and adult themes some might find disturbing.

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