#29 in the Show-Off and Tell is another recent one that sort of came to me out of the blue and I was absolutely delighted that it did.
It’s Joe Coffin: Season One by the wonderful Ken Preston.
I had seen this book all over the internet in the social media world and was intrigued as to how it would work with it being in the style of a TeeVee series. Also after hosting a guest review of it from Mr Kit Power a few months back, I couldn’t wait to give it a go and see what all the hype was about. You can read Kit’s review here by the way. Just in case you missed it.
At the time of this post going live, Joe Coffin: Season One is currently free for your Kindle.
This is my copy:
After getting to know Ken a little better over this past few months, I was delighted when this signed copy arrived for me. It is an absolute pleasure to add it to my shelf with all the other signed beauties.
There was another surprise addition included with Season One when it arrived, but that is a post for another day.
You can read my review of Joe Coffin: Season One, here.
To buy Joe Coffin: Season One, or indeed any of Ken’s books, visit here:
Growing up, Ken Preston never wanted a proper job, and now he sits in his converted cellar, telling lies for a living, whilst being distracted by his two cats, Lily and Luther.
He is the author of a wide range of genre novels, from zombie/cowboy mash-up Population:DEAD! to his YA pirate adventure, The Devil and Edward Teach, and contemporary horror serial, Joe Coffin.
He also writes a series of romantic thrillers, but don't tell anyone.
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