Well, the book of Call Centre Chaos has finally been unleashed on Amazon as an ebook! Yes, I finally finished the editing and formatting and the book is now available to buy and download, still for less than the price of a coffee. Get it here.
Matt can finally spring into action and everyone can now read his adventures with Mina, the would-be girlfriend, and the troublesome Krystal, who manages to get them all into a terrible mess. No-one expects the Vikings to come to their rescue but with help from a sympathetic IT man, a campervan and some willing accomplices, Matt tries his hardest to escape the call centre with his sanity and his limbs intact. I hope you enjoy reading this one as much as the others. It centres around a young man trying to get through days of boredom in a job he hates but has to do to keep himself solvent, just.
I like to write about ordinary, contemporary situations but I can't resist giving them a larger than life twist. This story stems from a combination of repetitive jobs I've had, plus some interview experiences and some frustratingly annoying people. A lot of it is based on real life and I hope it rings true for you readers.
Coming soon - Shooting in the Square, or was it? I've tried a different format for my next story, and it's a different kind of story. Not quite a whodunit and not really a straightforward story. It is going to be difficult selecting a genre on Amazon for this one. I'm editing it like mad and hope to have it out by the end of May. That's my target anyway because I want to start work on a family farce that's been simmering in my brain for months, and then finally I may get to the histotical drama that is on my ideas list. But one at a time. I find it difficult to keep more than one story in my head to work on. So, Shooting in the Square first.
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