The Violin Man’s Legacy—a great thriller and how NOT to read it

…another glorious wakening-up to a generous review from Authoress Barb Taub about my wee baby , THE VIOLIN MAN’S LEGACY… the title is currently under revamp with my recently-partnered publishers, Crooked Cat Publishing and will be available again in a few weeks… (no doubt I shall reblog this terrific review again, then… just an old MEDYA TART, me! …enjoy… cheers, and thanks again, m’Lady, Barb… mwaaah :):)

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profileMy guest today is the spectacularly talented and funny Seumas Gallacher.

Seumas escaped from the world of finance five years ago, after a career spanning three continents and five decades.

As the self-professed ‘oldest computer Jurassic on the planet’ his headlong immersion into the dizzy world of eBook publishing opened his eyes, mind, and pleasure to the joys of self-publishing. As a former businessman, he rapidly understood the concept of a writer’s need to ‘build the platform’, and from a standing start began to develop a social networking outreach, which now tops 18,000 direct contacts.

His first two crime-thrillers, THE VIOLIN MAN’S LEGACY and VENGEANCE WEARS BLACK blew his mind with more than 75,000 e-link downloads to date. The third in what has become the ‘Jack Calder’ series, SAVAGE PAYBACK, was launched late 2013.

He started a humorous, informative, self-publishers blog less than two years ago, never having heard of…

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2 responses to “The Violin Man’s Legacy—a great thriller and how NOT to read it

  1. That review was great, Seumas. It had just the right touch of humor to make it even more interesting. Barb told plenty to hook a reader, but not too much. That’s bound to sell even more of your novels. Congratulations! 🙂

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