Coincidentally, Redemption was launched with a book signing at Waterstones the day after I finally completed a 100,000 word novel called Pilgrim. Usually a book will take a year to write but Pilgrim took two years, mainly because of the 10 re-writes it went through. I would read it, think it great, put it on one side for two weeks, read it again and see stuff wrong with it and start a re-write. The final 10th time was the most exhaustive of the lot with extra research as well as a new set of characters. Still, writing keeps me off the streets and out of the garden and in the company of some very interesting people who keep crawling out of the back of my mind. Oo-er. Is this possession? If it is, it's better than gardening.
By the way, this cover of Redemption has a mistake on it that can only be seen if enlarged. The female character is wearing spike heeled boots - not particularly advisable when going to war. She was given Doc Martens for the final version. The covers of all three books are striking but coming from an independent book publisher like Myrmidon means they are unlikely to be seen in any great number in Smiths or Waterstones. The majors have distribution wrapped up. But they are available from all bookstores online and as ebooks.
Pilgrim has gone off to my agent to see what he thinks of it. I quite like it, but then I'm biased. Pilgrim is a reference to the SAS and the lead character is Captain Jack Bradley who wakes up in the wrong time, the wrong place and the wrong body. Oo-er. Maybe he's possessed?