Today’s guest on the Mystery November book tour is Terry Tyler with her book Nobody’s Fault.
Where is your home town?
I live in the land of the Geordies, though I am not one myself!
How many books have you written?
I have published 9 books on Amazon – 7 novels, one novella and a collection of short stories, and am half way through the 10th, which is the sequel to Kings and Queens. In the 1990s I wrote 9 or 10 other novels, a couple of which have been re-written for Amazon publication (Dream On and The Other Side)
What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?
My favourite sub of any genre is historical fiction – I’m mad for it!
Where is Nobody’s Fault set?
Tyne & Wear, Northamptonshire and Norfolk – the three counties in which I’ve lived. Pity I haven’t lived on a Scottish isle, in New York and Hawaii, instead; my books might be best sellers!!!!!!
How do Adrienne and Nick meet?
At his cousin’s house – they were to have a business arrangement only but fell immediately and irrevocably in love!
Tell us about Sharon.
Ah, poor Sharon. She has so much to give, but life has passed her by. With no family round her and little social life, she makes friends with people on social networking sites.
Give us a hint at the 2 stories in your book
Nobody’s Fault is about the breakdown of Nick and Ria’s marriage, from the point of view of their 15 year old daughter, Tara, and ‘the other woman’, Adrienne. The story running concurrently is that of Sharon, and her all girls’ Facebook group….
What element makes this book a mystery?
We learn early on that, unbeknownst to Sharon, there is more behind the Facebook group than meets the eye – and what is the connection with the story of Nick, Ria and Adrienne? I was delighted to find that NO-ONE got it right when they were reading it – I enjoyed all the guesses! I won’t say any more right now…!
Tell us what you are working on at the moment.
The sequel to Kings and Queens, LAST CHILD – a contemporary family drama that parallels the battle for the throne after Henry VIII’s reign. All the passion and drama of the Tudor court, in the 21st century! I’ve just finished the fourth draft.
Where can readers find out more about you?
My blog: http://www.terrytyler59.blogspot.co.uk/
Buy links for Nobody’s Fault:
Nobody’s fault is now half price on Kindle Countdown until November 11th.
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Off to get Nobody’s Fault – Just reading What it Takes – great book loving it, Terry
Thanks so much, Judith, I’m so glad you like What It Takes! 🙂 And big thanks for the re-blog xx
9 books! Am in awe of your consistently good output, Terry.
All the ones that I’ve read have been winners.
Bring on the next.
Thanks, June – as I often say to people who comment on this – I may have 9 books out, but I also have a house that needs a good sorting out, a neglected husband and very little social life, ha ha!!!! 🙂
Great to see you here on the tour, Terry – this is one of my favourite books of yours. And a fab interview too 🙂 x
Mwah, Joanne! And big thanks to Rosie, too – I woke up a bit later today, meant to be up early to plug this, but fell asleep again!!!
I do already have this one waiting for me to get to it but didn’t know what it was about so am now intrigued!! Really looking forward to Last Child as well 🙂
Thanks, G – this was only my 2nd book on Amazon so I think my editing skills might have improved since, but the reviews are mostly good – phew!!! xxx
Great interview, Terry & Rosie! I’m so glad you’re always writing, Terry, as your books are brilliant! Can’t wait to read this one 🙂 xx
Thanks, M xx
Another great interview and yet another book I now want to read. I’ve already read You Wish and Terry’s short story anthology both of which I loved 🙂
Dare I say I think my later ones are better??!!! I thought you’d read this one, EL :). Having said that, a few people have said this one is their favourite. Everyone thinks differently, don’t they!
Not read it yet but certainliy intend to 🙂
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Another solid interview, amazing number of quality authors. Good luck Terry.
Thanks, Roy 🙂
There is nothing like a Terry Tyler book. Can;t wait to read this one!
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Thanks, Ethel and Noelle xx