If you’re looking for my writer’s diary – the one that followed my progress week by week as I was writing my latest novel – I’m afraid the book is closed. The novel is written, and I’m now in the last slow stage of preparing it for publication. Lots happening, but you wouldn’t find it an enthralling read. (Unlike the book itself.)
But all is not lost. You can still
Meanwhile . . .
Kindle downloads of all my books can be had direct from Amazon: Russell James page
For ebooks suitable for Sony, Kindle and most readers, find a synopsis of the whole collection by clicking My ebooks at Smashwords
And for KOBO, please look here:
Books you might not expect from Russell James:
(1) Great-Grandmother’s Secrets: 5 of my great-grandmother’s wonderful Victorian Romances are available from Prospero – in ebook and printed form, ludicrously cheap and every story illustrated with original engravings. Take a look.
(2) Or look at my new guide (the only such guide, in fact) to some of the best-value illustrated books ever published! LOOK HERE!
(3) Or enjoy some Mad Music Videos.
Also . . .
One way or another, all my books are available from Amazon. They’re astonishingly cheap (or should that be just plain ‘astonishing’?) Why not try one?
Stories I Can’t Tell CLICK TO GRAB IT!
(an illustrated confessional “by” Maggie King, “with” Russell James)
Here’s something different – very different! – written with the very close co-operation of the fabulous Maggie King. It invites you – and you alone – to sit with Maggie as she shows you the contents of her trunk of theatrical souvenirs. What secrets will you find?
On the eve of World War Two Maggie King has been waiting for me – Russell James – to join her and ghost-write a celebrity memoir. But I’m not there yet; there’s only you and Maggie, just the two of you, in front of a cozy roaring fire. Maggie’s theatrical trunk, you’ll find, is packed with programmes, handbills, letters and photos, both from her own career and that of her parents – Albert and Annie King (‘the Royal Family’), middle-ranking performers in Music Hall and Variety. While you sit with her she recalls the ups and downs of her rackety life, including hits and flops, romance and tragedy, the men who mattered and the man who caused the scandal that blighted her career.
Full details are on the Maggie King book page – “Stories I Can’t Tell”
The Newly Discovered Diaries Of Doctor Kristal
A black comedy set in the Swinging Sixties (1963-4) and revealed through the diaries of a doctor – 35 years old and still a virgin – whose curious obsessions drive him to start murdering his patients. Kristal thinks himself immune from any hint of sexual passion – but when there are two beautiful women desperate for his help, isn’t there anything he can do? Read all about it on the DOCTOR KRISTAL page – here
My most autobiographical novel to date, though you might not think it, since it is an up-to-the-minute tragicomedy narrated into an iPhone by Crosby Ravensworth, a 35-year-old executive too busy to scatter his father’s ashes or to sort out the dysfunctional family he has left behind, or even to decide which of the four women in his life he should connect to. But with any luck, he’ll find that even the darkest clouds have silver linings and this could be the beginning of a new life.
– As there are now several writers called Russell James (how dare they?) you might like to know that the relevant Author’s Page on Amazon is at Russell James
It may be less confusing to check my books at: GoodReads
Most people seem to read me on their Kindle, but you can get my books in all electronic formats including Kindle from Smashwords by clicking here
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One last reminder of how to get my books:
Most of my books can be found on the Prospero website.
Kindle downloads can be had direct from Amazon: Russell James page
For ebooks suitable for Sony, Kindle and most readers, find a synopsis of the whole collection by clicking My ebooks at Smashwords or find them on the website of your ebook supplier.
And for KOBO, look here:
(On some of these sites you’ll find upstart authors there as well, each pretenders to the Russell James throne. Do not be led astray. Insist on the original!)