Check out the latest newspaper article about the banning of Bloody Flies:
Here's Khalid Al Ameri (The National) following up on the UAE's ban/non-ban of the Fifty Shades series:
He makes an interesting case about cultural sensitivity, but I'm not convinced that it applies in all cases, i.e. Bloody Flies.
Is Fifty Shades banned or not banned in the UAE?
PS: If you liked Fifty Shades of Grey, why not Bloody Flies on Kindle or in Paperback?
Check out my new page on Books from Scotland: http://www.booksfromscotland.com/Authors/Andrew-J-Keir
Helena Frith Powell, novelist and favourite of Sunday supplements everywhere, has written a review of my new novel, Bloody Flies.
I've created a web page for the purpose of hosting the review. I know this is not how things are normally done, but Bloody Flies is not a normal book.
Click on the link to read the review: http://helenafrithpowellonbloodyflies.weebly.com/
Welcome to my blog and website, and please forgive any teething problems: I'm pretty new to all this stuff.
This is where I'll post any news and updates about what I'm up to with my writing.
I'm currently editing my upcoming novel Bloody Flies and I'm very pleased with the shape it's taking. The book is a web of episodes from the life of Leo Hunter, an englishman who sets off for the UAE with his family in search of a better life. Unfortunately for Leo, the life he finds isn't all swimming pools and cocktails ...
Andrew J Keir
Scottish novelist and short story writer based in Abu Dhabi.