Traitors Finally Brought to Book

Very interesting looking. IRA, spies, intrigue, what’s not to like? I’m a big fan of Lawlor’s history blog, but I have to admit it makes me want to read the first book:
http://amzn.com/B00BFD4JF8

historywithatwist

http://www.amazon.com/Time-Traitors-Liam-Mannion-Story-ebook/dp/B00O9GLJBA/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1412776654&sr=8-4&keywords=A+TIme+of+Traitors http://www.amazon.com/Time-Traitors-Liam-Mannion-Story-ebook/dp/B00O9GLJBA/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1412776654&sr=8-4&keywords=A+TIme+of+Traitors

I know this is historywithatwist, but in my own small way I’m making a little history of my own. This is a big day for me. My third Liam Mannion novel, A Time of Traitors, is now live on Amazon. It has taken me almost nine months to write. That’s longer than I spent on either Tan or The Golden Grave, but then I didn’t have as many issues with those books.

At first, I was very clear on what course to take. I had a good, strong opening scene. Shortly after that I wrote another strong scene that was a potential opener. And, eh, then I wrote another one. It was like waiting for a bus to come along only for three to arrive together. I was spoiled for choice.

I scratched my head for a while and then realised that the only way I would…

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2 responses to “Traitors Finally Brought to Book

  1. Thanks John, you’re a star 🙂

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