I've had a shaky past year. Carl Rackman, Author, almost disappeared for good following a slew of setbacks. First, my website and blog were wiped out by a massive data loss. Within days, I lost my regular writing gig working for an online aviation recruitment feature site. And finally, I made a financial decision that… Continue reading Let’s try this author thing again.
Always great to read a thoughtful and well written review, especially one as positive as this! Thanks to Aidan for the excellent review. I don’t typically enjoy war stories, specifically those set during World War 2. However, Jonah being set at sea made it stand apart from other books I’ve read from the same time… Continue reading #RRABC Book Review: Jonah
Rosie's Book Review Team #RBRT is a fantastic group of independent book bloggers and readers who provide impartial and comprehensive reviews for all kinds of fiction work by published, unpublished and self-published authors. Submissions can be made here. Today’s team review is from Liz, she blogs here https://lizannelloyd.wordpress.com/ Liz has been reading Sentinel by Carl… Continue reading Rosie’s #BookReview Team #RBRT Techno #Thriller SENTINEL by @CarlRackman
Very pleased to see this positive review of Sentinel from Lizanne Lloyd on her book blog, on behalf of Rosie's Book Review Team. Thank you to all Rosie's reviewers who offer comprehensive, fair and free reviews on application. It is sometime since I read Voyager so picking up this next part of the trilogy I… Continue reading Sentinel (Voyager Book 2) by Carl Rackman #TuesdayBookBlog
After a long break due to a hectic day job, Covid-dodging and concentrating on other projects, I've finally managed to complete a book! Sentinel - Voyager Book 2 Sentinel is the sequel to Voyager, my very successful second book. It had a difficult gestation, being abandoned about a year ago after a shaky start, and… Continue reading Sentinel – the new thriller by Carl Rackman
Voyager, my second novel, was an anomaly, much like the central premise of its story. I’d just written Irex, an intense, brooding and claustrophobic historical mystery; I expected to continue in a similar vein. Instead, I had a very vivid dream in the summer of 2016 in which I saw the central motif of Voyager’s… Continue reading Voyager – an odyssey in the making!