Fellow expat and good friend, Isa at asked me to partake in a Q&A the other day and I was only too happy to join in, especially since the questions were very pertinent to how the story is linked to Argentina. Here’s a short excerpt. Q: How long have you been an expat in Argentina […]
What is SSL? And why do I see a green padlock on websites, but not on others? In layman terms, a secure site that shows a green padlock is using encryption between your PC and the server that hosts the website you’re browsing, meaning any information passed between you and the server is safely encrypted. […]
At the beginning of the year I published a series of articles at Dave’s Computer Tips (DCT) on self-publishing, based on my early experiences of seeking a literary agent and later deciding to take the self-publishing route.
This post is spoiler-free. When I first started writing the book, I had less than a handful of characters in mind, so others appeared dynamically as the story unfolded.
The Last British President is getting a name for itself and bloggers are now featuring my new novel in their blogs.
The Buenos Aires Book Fair is the largest book show in Latin America and I had to be there.
I’m delighted that my début novel The Last British President, is being enjoyed by so many readers and receiving such great reviews.
With so many digital book distributors now available, it made a lot of sense to publish the eBook through an aggregator.
The idea for the book first came to me in 2013, during Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s second term as president of Argentina, when I began to speculate on whether I could do a better job as president.