And the Winner is …

At the end of last year I decided to run a competition, giving one lucky reader the chance to see their name featured as a character in Gabe Quinn #3.

So many of you entered (by subscribing to my site or by making your presence known on my Facebook) that I kept the competition open all year and upped the number of randomly-picked winning entries to 3 (for Gabe Quinn #3, of course!).

A huge THANK YOU goes out to everyone who entered (you are too many to list!), from all walks of life and from all corners of the globe. I’d like to take this opportunity to state that you are the best readers in the world, and your faith and support is sincerely appreciated, always!

With the release of the new book looming on the horizon, the draw has now been made and it is my pleasure to announce the details of those lucky readers whose names will appear in the Gabe Quinn #3:

Glenn Hillyard – Nothamptonshire, UK

Kelli Woods Jameson – Ohio, USA

Sarah Kuesel – Minnesota, USA

Congratulations guys!!!

As for what kind of character your name will be attached to … well, you’ll just have to wait and see! Thanks for being good sports!

Gabe Quinn #3 will be released in the coming weeks, and its title will be revealed soon – so keep your eyes peeled for further announcements.

Thank you all, and best wishes

Keith 🙂

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When I was thirteen, my English teacher - who was fed up with reading my space stories - told me I'd never make it as a science fiction writer. Undeterred, I went on to pen several sci-fi novels and three comedy stage plays, in and around raising a family. Thirty years later, and in a bid to make some real money from my writing, I switched genres and started to write mysteries. It was the best move I ever made. Now my self-published crime thrillers have sold more than 160,000 copies on Amazon alone and notched up over a third of a million downloads worldwide. Finally, I have given up paid employment and do my dream job full-time. I'm genuinely grateful for my break and, despite my head still being full of those space stories, I try my best to keep my feet planted firmly on the ground.

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