Bangkok Heat Update 2


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10 responses to “Bangkok Heat Update 2”

  1. Great thanks for the update.

    Looking forward to the book when it finally is finished.

    Cheers and happy inspirations.

    Mike

  2. I am waiting eagerly. Not sure about the cover, but then I don’t know the plot yet.

    Best regards Simon,
    Andrew.

  3. Simon,
    I certainly enjoyed your first two books and I’m really looking forward to Bangkok Heat. Thank you for taking the time to update us.. now could you please get back to work writing it the anticipation is unbearable
    PS please don’t ask me to visit the croc farm for that comment.

    • Funnily enough, we’re at the croc farm right now… and the crocs look hungry; if you haven’t done so please take a moment to write a review. They really help.

      Warmest regards,
      Simon

  4. Keep plugging Simon. First two were high octane belters. Can’t wait for the third instalment.
    Rich

    • Rich,
      Thanks, I like to write what I enjoy reading – seems we have similar tastes. Recently I read, “I am Pilgrim” and will write a review on it. Not quite as fast-paced as mine but close – and very enjoyable read. If you want to wait I will be writing a review of it.
      Meanwhile, please leave a review they really help, in terms of recognition.

  5. I love the cover Reminders me of Florida even though I did spend some time in Bangkok and Udorn many years ago. Cant wait for your new book. Missed your very first

    • I think you might be mistaking the cover of the newsletter for the cover of the book :). Udorn… guessing maybe you were USAF?

  6. Thanks for the update.
    I think I will have to read Burn and Wet again before I leave a review as I cannot remember them too well now but I am sure they will be just as good second time round. If I did not enjoy them I would not be here at all.
    Your cover does have some impact but does not say Bangkok or Thailand to me. As I use a kindle I never notice the cover, does the cover have a big influence on in store (or online) sales? At the risk of psycho analysing someone I have never met are you spending time worrying about and playing around with the cover to avoid the hard work of writing? I only ask because in my work life I can be a master of procrastination by over reviewing and changing artwork for a marketing mailer, when I should be doing the boring spreadsheet work of the pricing and items to be included in said mailer. And the irony is that I know in reality no one will ever notice anything on the mailer other than the prices, unless the artwork is completely shit!
    Bests
    Shaun

    • Hi Shaun,
      Thanks for taking the time to reread. With regards to cover I finished that sometime back and haven’t fiddled with it since – so no not using that for procrastination. Covers play a role in getting people to look at the book in the online stores – so it has to look good both at full-size and thumbnail; so yes important.
      My delays in writing are caused by things (putting food on the table being one of them) other than procrastination – I enjoy writing but don’t always get to choose what I write about. For instance this week I have to churn out about 10,000 words on cybersecurity. The book is coming along though and I’m enjoying it. I have started posting in in serial form on my Patreon website. That’s also a way of ensuring I stay on track and force myself to stick to the deadline because I am releasing a chapter per week.
      Warmest regards,
      Simon

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