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7 Hotel Stories: 5 suggestions

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‘Where can I find out more about your paperback “Seven Hotel Stories”, featuring the world’s most homicidal hotel manager, Ms N, and her beautiful but naive ally, Tatiana?’ someone asked me the other day.

‘Try my blog,’ I said.

‘Sure,’ she said.  ‘But can you be more specific?’

I took a look and realised I had not written a post about my Seven Hotel Stories since May 2018.

Clicking on the image above will take you to Amazon

Apologies.  I have been a bit busy since May 2018.  I have found time to complete two all-new Hotel Stories, entitled Seven Ukrainian Girls and Total Control, but have not yet published them.  This is partly because I have a busy day job; and partly because I have been writing my new Istanbul thriller, Palladium.

So here are five Hotel Stories-related suggestions:

(i) if you would like to know more about the Hotel Stories, try reading one free (links in bold italics are to other posts on this site);

(ii) explore other posts about the Hotel Stories on this site, or watch the (micro) videos in my post Robert Pimm reads “Seven Hotel Stories” at Cafe Korb (NB this post includes links to a lot of writing advice);

(iii) if you would like to read Seven Ukrainian Girls and Total Control, let me know (use the “Contact Me!” section, top right).  Maybe I could publish them as a pair;

(iv) if you have read and enjoyed Seven Hotel Stories, please review them on Amazon – positively or negatively, as you see fit.  Reviews on Amazon are helpful as they show what real readers think;

(v) finally, if you would like regular updates, friend me on Facebook or sign up for e-mail updates (top right – see the “click here” blue button).  Or for a deluxe service, use the “Contact me!” button to say  “please put me on your e-mail update list” and I will be happy to do so.

If you want something completely different, I recommend my Berlin thriller, Blood Summit.  Again, if you have read it already, a review would be most welcome.

Thanks again!

P.S. You can check out the range of writing on this site via the my five pleasure paths.


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