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So far Angela Marsons has created 4 blog entries.

Blood Lines – Prologue

By |October 21st, 2016|



Drake Hall Prison


Present Day



Doctor Alexandra Thorne sat at the square writing table that separated the two single beds.

She had claimed the second hand piece of furniture for herself.

Cassie, her cellmate, barely possessed the ability to read or write and had no use for the makeshift desk.

The stupid woman had once placed a pile of clothing on the right hand side of the table.  One look from Alex and the pile had been swiftly transferred to the bottom of the bed.

Alex felt the right leg of the chair wobble as she pulled it beneath her.  Damn cheap furniture was as inferior […]

Two Whole Years

By |September 26th, 2016|

The Journey So Far

It has been two years today since I signed my first ever publishing contract with the amazing digital publisher, Bookouture.  And what an unbelievable two years it has been.

When I signed that initial contract for 4 Kim Stone books I had no idea what to expect.  The excitement at having an actual real life publisher feel the same passion for my books as I did wiped away 25 years of rejection.

I worked with the most fantastic editor, Keshini Naidoo, on getting Silent Scream ready for publication I continued to work 12 hour night shifts in a job […]

What a Year!!!

By |February 20th, 2016|

A year ago today my first novel Silent Scream was published by the fabulous publisher Bookouture, and WOW, what a year it has been.
Two days after Silent Scream was published on 20th February it hit the #1 spot on and stayed there for a month. I have been asked many times what my expectations were and I can honestly say that wasn’t one of them.
March was no less eventful and I signed with Bookouture for a further 4 Kim Stone books making that 8 in total. It was around this time that I gave up my job to work […]

My Road to Publication

By |February 3rd, 2015|

I have been in love with words for as long as I can remember.

I spent many years writing stories based in locations I didn’t know, featuring characters I thought would be popular and storylines that I thought would be appealing.  This garnered me some wonderful letters from Publishers.  However they all contained the word ‘unfortunately’ somewhere.

Eventually I decided to write a story just for me.  I set the book in my local area and offered an ear to a character that had been nagging me for years.  You will now know this voice as D.I. Kim Stone.  As I wrote I […]