Penny is a crime writer, lecturer and current Chair of the Authors Licensing and Collecting Society, the largest writers’ organization in the world.
Penny’s crime novel, The Doll Makers, won the international CWA Debut Dagger, and another in her PI series, Like False Money, was nominated for the John Creasey Dagger. All novels are available from bookshops and libraries. See side bar for further details.
If none of those take your fancy, check out books from the library or the good reading page. A bit of a misnomer, as it features good and bad books (that’s a subjective judgment). If you don’t agree with the comments made, then why not use the feedback form to make a few of your own.
And if you want to write your own books, then have a look at the creative writing page. Again a subjective judgment but these were the sites and places that helped bring the books on the BOOKS pages to publication standard and they might help you.
“The digital revolution is no different from any of the other new, unprecedented so-called threats to hit us. Everything’s new the first time it happens. Of course it’s faster, bigger, slicker, more efficient and encompasses the globe in a way we’ve never seen before. That’s the way the world works. It’s called progress.”
Guardian Books blog 30 Nov 2007