I’m not sure if I’m more honoured to be one of the launch titles for Exhibit A or to have been able to hijack the home page like this but let me tell you, it’s pretty nerve-wracking. The only conditions were to lock up after I finished and leave the place as I found it. Maybe they were too trusting. What’s this? A tub of dried scorpions? Looks like Emlyn Rees has left his lunchbox behind.
But it’s looking none too shabby here. If you click on the main menu above you’ll find a host of great names under ‘Authors.’ Please check out their books – there are some really diverse and radical crime fiction titles there and some names I’m sure you’ll be hearing a lot more from in the very near future.
Meantime, my stand alone thriller Scare Me has found its way into bookshops and is available to buy online and I’ve already heard from a lot of people who pre-ordered and are now getting stuck into it. Two of them read late into the morning and finished in one sitting. I can’t think of better feedback to receive.
It should be available in all good ebook formats and as an audio book very soon. And check out this competition to win a signed copy.
We’re still excited by the movie rights deal for Scare Me and, as Wentworth Miller dives into the adaptation for Hollywood studio Relativity Media, I hope to keep you updated about any developments in that quarter.
Exhibit A will be posting bulletins here plus the Scare Me website is now live at www.richard-parker.com, so there will be more news there. I’d love you to swing by. The carpets have only just been laid, however, so if you wouldn’t mind taking off your shoes I’d be really grateful.
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