The Biggest Thank You of All Goes to:

The readers of:

Not On The Cards

Amazon (KU)

Urban Fantasy/Arcane/soft sci-fi

A simple mistake, to fall in love.
Worse, to bear the child in secret.
Worst of all is when her baby is stolen at the birth.
A mother will do anything, travel all worlds, through times and planes and dimensions, even beyond hell, for her child.
Chiri’s first concern should be the safety of her daughter, but as the Gate-Keeper responsible for the lives of millions, those now in grave peril due to her error, she must choose.
Will she sacrifice the search for her child, or abandon her world to the fate decreed in the Cards?


M said: I enjoyed the book. It read like a short story — very fast paced, very focused on plot.  I got caught up in Chiri’s desires.  …  I liked the way it was a growing mystery enfolded in a sci-fi thriller.

L said: Congratulations! It’s so beautifully written, so polished. …writing is so engaging and therefore held my interest. I wanted to keep reading throughout, it’s a page turner! I love the sense of place with Camberwell, too, the markets and the junction. It’s real and grounded. The later scene where the junction itself becomes the portal is really good. I can visualise it all so perfectly. The pace of the scenes … is great. It’s edgy and I felt all the emotions that Chiri was going through.
I loved it, Cage – not a genre I normally read, so thank you for the introduction to it, and for the privilege of being an early reader. Best wishes for a best seller!

C said: Fast paced from the start; I was completely enthralled with her fears and journey. I would recommend this to the person who wants something interesting and different. Not witches, not warlocks, but enough arcane mixed with soft sci-fi, and in places we can see, smell, and hear. Loved it. GoodReads 


For all the Readers: Thank you from the bottom of the writer’s well. You are the stars of my work, and you shine the light on me.


And I hope you enjoy the story, too, and if you do, please let me know.

4 thoughts on “The Biggest Thank You of All Goes to:

    • Thanks for thinking of me, Jim. I’ve given up on the awards though, and concentrate on getting the next book finished. I like reading other people doing the awards, what they have to share, but I’m going to be a disappointment to you in that regard. Sorry.


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