The Mushroom Club

The Mushroom Club is now available on ereaders, for Kindle and Kobo, click the link and buy now:

Kindle:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Mushroom-Club-ebook/dp/B00BLQE8X2/ref=sr_1_1...

Kobo:

THE MUSHROOM CLUB

In A Dead Man's Jacket

Buy my new novel on Amazon if you have a Kindle, price £2.20 by clicking here:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BBERUR0/?ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl&...

The novel is also available for Kobo readers too, click here:

http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/In-A-Dead-Mans-Jacket/book-B7QusmVr1E6Icx...

Alex Trocchi biography - new revised paperback edition NOW AVAILABLE

My long-awaited revised and extended paperback 2nd edition of Alexander Trocchi: The Making of the Monster is now available published by Glasgow publisher, Kennedy & Boyd. It is available, priced £14.95 or $25.00 via Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Alexander-Trocchi-The-Making-Monster/dp/18492107...

If you enjoy reading book reviews... Andrew likes to review other authors' work

If you enjoy reading book reviews, why not visit a web blog which features reviews - by Andrew along with other authors published by Steve Savage Publishers - on a variety of classic and modern fiction and non-fiction.

Books reviewed by Andrew on the site include Independent People (Halldor Laxness), There's No Home ( Alexander Baron), A Grain Of Wheat (Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o), Bhowani Junction (John Masters), At The Loch of the Green Corrie (Andrew Greig), Thongs (Alexander Trocchi), Tales From Two Pockets (Karel Capek), Beat Writers at Work (Paris Review).

Dancing Underwater

Andrew's first poetry collection, Dancing Underwater, is available in around 30 bookshops across Scotland and in several libraries, including the Scottish Poetry Library, and from online booksellers such as amazon. ISBN: 978-0-9563158-0-9. rrp £4.99 UK, US $9, Canada $14.

Dancing Underwater

The Big J - Andrew's fourth novel, was warmly praised...

Andrew's fourth and most recent novel, The Big J, was warmly praised in the Press & Journal, the Scots Magazine and Scots Independent, and many readers contacted the author to say how much they have enjoyed reading it.

The Big J is a lively, humorous yet poignant novel about a group of young people in a small fishing town in the North-East of Scotland during their final summer before they leave to go to college.

The Big J
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