Well, the early reviews for my latest thriller novel, Shakedown, are in. One of the most nervous times for an author is when your publisher sends out the advance review copies for early feedback. After all, none of us likes to spend a year on our precious creation only to see it slammed by its first readers. The good news is, if these reviews are anything to go by, you’re going to love it.
“Bodenham’s unique insight into the world of high finance has created another authentic financial thriller.” Lord Leigh of Hurley
Sometimes, you have to have time alone in order to appreciate what is going on around us. This week, I’ve had the company of this beautiful barred owl.
History students will know that today’s action is not the first time Britain has chosen to leave Europe. The last time was in 1534 when King Henry VIII led the campaign to remove the Pope’s influence in England and Wales and to terminate sizeable payments to Rome.
If we don’t act now, the next time we face a 1970s type oil price shock or, more likely, when our neighbour to the south changes its approach to energy, Canada will be facing substantial economic disruption.
This little hummingbird sits outside my study window most days and keeps me company while I’m writing.