Limited time discounts on three Kindle books

I hope you and yours are keeping safe and well in these difficult times, whether you’re one of those who are working so hard to keep the rest of us safe and well or you’re on a lockdown at home. Whichever might be the case, I thought you might be interested to know that three of my books are currently on a Kindle Deal.

The Kindle editions of Lifting the Lid, Cremains and A Kilo of String have all been reduced to 99p in the UK and 99c in some other European countries.

Click here or on the image above for more details.

All of my e-books only 99p/99c

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1969 moon landing, I’ve put all of my books on an Amazon Countdown Deal at 99p in the UK and 99c in the US. (Yes, I know, that’s a very tenuous link, but it’s quite hot here, and my brain’s gone a bit soggy.) They’ll all be back up to normal price in the next couple of days, though, so now’s the time to pick up a bargain.

All e-books 99p/99c for a few days onlyIf you haven’t read my latest novel yet, it’s a comedy crime caper called Cremains, and I’m over the moon (!) that it’s already picked up some great reviews, including:

“Another rollicking ride from this master of the genre!”
“Hilarious! Unpredictable!”
“Kept me laughing and giggling all the way through this funny funny book.”
“Johnson hits the ‘dead centre’ of black comedy.”
“It keeps you guessing to the end even if you think you’ve figured it out.”

Click here or on the image above for all books

 

Spotlight on Comedy Thriller Author Rob Johnson

Interview with Jennifer S. Alderson

I’m always happy to talk about my writing, of course, so I was delighted when Jennifer S. Alderson invited me to do exactly that on her excellent website at http://jennifersalderson.com/2018/05/15/spotlight-on-comedy-thriller-author-rob-johnson/

In the interview, I answer such questions as:

Where do you do your best writing?

Why do you write the kinds of books you do?

What is the inspiration behind your latest novel?

What inspired you to be a writer?

Do you recognize yourself in any of your characters?

And even if you’re not in the least bit interested in my answers to these questions, there are a couple of rather nice photos on the interview page here.