My new website is now live and viewers can listen to piano tracks direct from the site.
Thanks (or cheers, as we say in England).
Received a batch of CDs today, all featuring myself as piano soloist.
I am the soloist here.
I am the soloist Grieg Piano Sonata in E minor, op 7: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1ve2qnzk8iumrXL8s6SuEBX3QfMwffyP
I’ve spent several years blogging about my writing, but little on my music.
Recently, I did a recording of piano works by Brahms and Chopin, and am waiting for the digital files to come back to me.
Here is a still image video I created several years ago using an audio of a recording of Schubert’s 4th impromptu in a-flat, op 90 no 4.
Another week has gone by, and mild rain has come, casting more grey across the north London suburb where I live. I haven’t done any more work on my current novel, just waited to hear back from an agent.
However, during the week, I read a first-rate psychological thriller. In the story, a man flees London. The narrator doesn’t state why. Instead, the back story comes in short sections throughout the novel. The present setting – a remote farm in rural France – works well with a sense of rising menace, especially as the two-time frames collide. The writer has a sensitive style with insight, a refreshing change from other crime novels I’ve read. I don’t want to give away any more. The book? Stone Bruises by Simon Beckett. Read it!
Meanwhile, my debut novel Secrets by Lawrence Estrey is available from Amazon in paperback and e-book.
Check out the reviews for Secrets.
Newspaper article on author.