Showing posts from October, 2020
My new Hallowe'en special book: Tracy's Trick or Treat - is OUT NOW! Sorry to spam new books at your but all the writing I did over lockdown is coming to fruition. I hope it's not too much to keep up with! Click here to find it on your favourite digital bookstore:
My new No Angels novel: Sara's Shocking Secret is OUT NOW on Amazon for Kindle devices and the Kindle app. Go check it out !  

October line-up in image form!

 Here's the rest of the line-up for October - in image form!

My new book is out now!

The Cat That Got The Cream is my first No Angels Short (18k words long, not that short) and is a standalone book, despite being a spin-off from 'The Bad Crowd', the 4th No Angels novel. It's also the first in a trilogy of shorts, entitled 'The Tales of the Black Cats Club,' a location from the aforementioned book. I hope you enjoy it - I've set it at a low price point as an experiment with my shorter books - and would love to hear your feedback. It's available from your favourite digital eBook store here !

Update on forthcoming titles from Paul Garland

Hey everyone, I hope you're all keeping safe and well. I just thought I'd update you with a list of my forthcoming books and their anticipated release dates for the rest of 2020. It's been an interesting year to say the least and I've stepped up my writing significantly in the last couple of months due to having more time on my hands and I hope to increase my writing productivity more next year. Here's what's coming to Amazon Kindle (and some other bookstores too) soon! October 13th - Tales of the Black Cats Club #1: The Cat That Got The Cream (A No Angels Short) 25th - Sara's Shocking Secret (A No Angels Novel) 30th - Tracey's Trick Or Treat (A Sexy Seasonal Short) November (dates are approximate) 14th - Tales of the Black Cats Club #2: Cat Got Your Tongue? (A No Angels Short) 28th - The Cuckold Collection: Dark Curiosity December (dates are approximate) 10th - Tales of the Black Cats Club #3: Cat And Mouse (A No Angels Short) 20th - Untitled (A

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