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  • Writer's pictureG R Matthews

eArcs to a loving home

I have a few books out at the moment with another coming out very soon and its that one I want to talk about a little.


Getting reviews on launch day or just after is vital to a book release - and to books that are already out. To that end, I've a request to make. Are there folks out there... looking for 20 to 30 book loving folks who are Goodreads and active and who would read my latest book - Three Times The Trouble - and put up reviews just after it has released?

And if you haven't read/or want to read Silent City - Book #1 of Corin Hayes to get you started you can have that too!

If you are up for this then please contact me via Facebook, twitter, email, or the contact page on this site.

And thank you!

The sales pitch:


Corin’s back and life isn’t easy. With his daughter dead, his wife gone, all his past friends out to get him and alcohol a constant companion, Corin Hayes had hit rock bottom. However, things are getting better. He has a job and a little money, but trouble is never far away.

‘Three Times The Trouble’ is the third book in the Corin Hayes series where mankind has had to retreat below the waves to rebuild a civilisation, to survive. Corin is an ex-soldier and wet-welder. Using a Fish-Suit and Oxyquid, technology few wish to use, he can get into places a submarine can’t which should make mean he is in high demand. If it wasn’t for the alcohol, the shadow of his daughter’s brutal murder hanging over him and the accident which killed all his work crew.

Think of Corin Hayes like a broken Jack Reacher, with an edge of dark humour, set in a future under the waves. Each book can be read on its own merits, but there are little threads that run throughout.

Of the first book, Silent City, people said this: "(A) book that isn't short on action or imagination and the setting is an interesting change of pace, so check it out!" - Mark Lawrence (Author of Prince of Thorns, Prince of Fools)

"Entertaining and exciting: Silent City is the start of a series I'll certainly be following with interest." - Laura M Hughes (Author of Danse Macabre)

"Damn good fun, intriguing as hell, different and exciting, I devoured this book." - Dyrk Ashton (Author of Paternus)


There is a short story set in the world of The Forbidden List available on Kindle and ePub at present. Please pick that up and give it a read... and if you could leave a review on Amazon, Goodreads or wherever you got it from, that would really help.

*update: I've sent the first round of eARCs out. If you'd like to be involved, get in contact soon. Thanks.

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