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Sunday, August 9, 2015

Just had to share!


Yes it's been ages since I last posted a blog post as I have been busy marketing authors across the world, marketing my books of course and writing another marketing book, which is so very close to be finished and I do have the book cover complete which once again I must thank my brother for.

I also wanted to share with you all that WRONG PLACE WRONG TIME has recieved 257 x 5* reviews across Amazon and below is one of the latest ones, which I am so delighted with.

I hope that you are all well and that you are writing your best seller and if you need any help in martketing or would like some advice, then get in contact.

Watch out for my new book all about book marketing!

"One of the tests for me of a well-written book, especially one based a true story, is the ability of the author to transport you into their reality thus enabling you to experience their journey by evoking emotions and opinions along the way. David achieves this seemingly effortlessly as he tells this story of setting off for a new life in Spain. The plot would be worthy of a television or movie adaptation as its gritty, captivating content combined with the fast paced writing style makes an immediate impression on the reader which does not release its hold throughout."

Monday, July 13, 2015

Thursday, July 9, 2015


Wrong Place Wrong Time!

#1 Best Seller in Biography in the UK!

#1 Best Seller in True Crime in America, Australia and India.

#1 Best Seller in Factual Events in Spain!

250/5***** reviews across Amazon!


Monday, July 6, 2015


I am delighted and very proud to say that currently, WRONG PLACE WRONG TIME is #1 in BIOGRAPHY on Amazon in the UK! How long will it stay there? Let's wait and see!!!

Here's the link to the #1 best selling book in Biography! 


Friday, July 3, 2015


'All by Myself is Susan's debut novel and this moving story will take you on an emotional rollercoaster. It is without doubt an extraordinary testament to the power of the human spirit to survive and overcome adversity. The death of her life-long friend and mentor inspired Susan to write this book in the hope that it may bring healing to others. Through her beautiful writing Susan draws you into her world and you will connect with her story at a deep emotional level. 'All by Myself' will not fail to touch your heart for it makes truly inspirational and compelling reading. 

Please visit website to know more about the book and the author! 

Tuesday, June 23, 2015


Some excellent reviews on Amazon for Tina Tamman's debut book!

4**** The quality of the author's research is impeccable and the results are as close as possible to comprehending who Brian Giffey was. The scrupulous attention to time and place provides a sound base upon which the author is able to bring her protagonist to life. Giffey's own poetry and prose, as well as the photographs provided, make for an enriching experience. The title intimates that the notorious Kim Philby plays a larger role than he actually does, but it is true that Philby provides a key clue in a case of British Intelligence still submerged in a fog of secret documents. Of note is the author's common sense approach in unravelling Giffey's private and public affairs, resulting in a well-paced, informative, and delightful read. I recommend it."

4**** Reviewed on behalf of The Review Board by Harmony Kent.

I received a mobi copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review.

This book is written well, and it is clear that the author has undertaken meticulous research. The life of Brian Giffey is chronicled in its entirety, including his service in the British forces, his becoming an agent for MI6, his many affairs and eventual falling head over heels in love with a young Estonian girl. Kim Philby used to be a British Secret Service agent, who subsequently defected to Russia, taking a lot of secrets and sensitive information with him. Brian Giffey knew Kim Philby, and was apparently deeply affected by his defection.

The author, in her research, appears to have been faced with missing diaries, papers, and information, but does a sterling job of piecing together this interesting life. The material is presented in a linear, orderly, and easy to follow manner, and plenty of references are given. This biographical account gives the reader a glimpse into old empire, life and service through both World Wars, and on into the Cold War years. The book contains direct excerpts and quotes from both Brian Giffey’s personal documents, including his poetry, and from accounts of those who knew him.
If you are interested in non-fiction biographies, and history, then you are likely to find this an intriguing read. It has a scholarly feel to it, and contains a wealth of information, and would be suitable for use as a research reference in its own right. I award a solid 8 out of 10 TRB stars, which equates to 4 out of 5 stars on other rating scales."

5***** Towards the end of her book, the author states, " all about human beings." I personally cannot think of a better way to truly understand events in a historical context than through the recollections of someone who lived through them. And Brian Giffey, who worked as a covert government agent at a particularly volatile time in history, certainly lived an extraordinary life.

The author does an excellent job of piecing together personal, and sometimes fragmented, information to weave a fascinating narrative full of love, strife, cultural and political observations and above all, human connection. I would recommend this book to those interested in history or the secret service, but would also urge anyone who enjoys a good story from a uniquely human perspective to buy this book. You won't regret it."

Author of Portrait of a Secret Agent!

Biography Of Author Tina Tamman!

I was aged 26 when I arrived in England from Soviet Estonia. Everything was new to me on arrival, from wrapped bread and mail-order catalogues to cheques in the post. I was, however, often asked how I got out of the Soviet Union and sometimes, when I was bored with the question, I said I was a spy. Several years later I found myself working at BBC Monitoring, amused to hear that the Soviets used to call it a spy centre. However, all we did was to listen to foreign radio and TV broadcasts (in my case Estonian Radio in both Estonian and Russian).
Intelligence began to interest me seriously when I was researching the life of an Estonian diplomat for my PhD. It appeared that this diplomat, August Torma, who found himself stranded in London in 1940 once the Soviets had overran his country, had links with intelligence. Research into Torma led me to Brian Giffey whom Torma knew and who was indeed a British intelligence officer. I was pleased to publish the biographies of both of these interesting men.
In the process I have grown to love archival research and shaping what I have learnt into chapters for a book. Not that different from my work at Monitoring where it was similarly important to distinguish between the important and unimportant.