Further – Daisy and Mike Revisited

I’ve finally completed Further, a mid-length story picking up from “The Same Room” – the last tale in The Autumn Encounters.

In Further, Daisy and Mike get together once again with the gorgeous Josh and devilish Harriet for another night of fun and this time, unsurprisingly, things go quite a lot Further.

The story is about 15,000 words and I’m aiming to publish it within the next 10 days. I’m currently sending out copies to readers who expressed an interest in critiquing further works, in order to get some early feedback and to try to resolve any issues before publication.

If you’d be interested in giving that a try and I haven’t already been in touch, then please don’t be offended. I’ve sent it only to a very small number of people initially, and once I have some feedback from them, I will rectify any major issues, and then send out a second round. If you’re interested in taking part, then just let me know, either through Goodreads, Twitter (@caseycullenauth), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CaseyCullenAuth/) or direct via my website, www.caseycullen.com

Otherwise, feel free to sign up to my mailing list on my website, and I’ll be sure to let you know when it is published.

Lastly, as a thank you to all the kind readers who read and reviewed The Autumn Encounters, I would like to send you a free copy of Further anyway, but I’ll do this when it’s properly polished and published.

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Review – Davigne, by Greg Ramsay

**** 4 Stars ****

I’m always a sucker for a psycho with a sense of humour, and Greg Ramsay delivered just that in Davigne. The character development is excellent and I was quickly immersed in the warped but always entertaining logic of a ruthless killer. The plot was fast paced enough to keep the pages turning, without skipping over details, and the dialogue was very well written, flowing naturally and believably. A great plot twist at the end, together with a bit of steamy action completed a thoroughly enjoyable read.

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