I've been editing and proof-reading some more very good novels-in-progress (watch this space) and one that's out and about right now is Victoria Murray's debut 'Live Hate Die'. Vicky has chosen to go the self-published e-book route in order to get the finished novel out there as soon as possible. Take a look at the link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Live-Hate-Die-Victoria-Murray-ebook
Vicky's book has challenged a lot of my preconceptions about certain genres! It's the story of Jake Devlin, lead singer in an up-and-coming heavy metal band. He just happens to be haunted by a ghost (a real one, not a metaphorical one) from his troubled past and when paranormal investigator, Tayla MacRae, sets out to help him, things get complicated... Essentially, Live Hate Die (the name of Jake's group) is a horror novel, and I know lots of people like me, who would simply say they don't read horror. Well, I did read it. And I'm glad I did. Good plot, good characterisation, good writing. And I'm sure Vicky won't mind if you read the end through half-closed eyes...!