Welcome to That Book Site

Whoops, you’ve caught us with our trousers down. Or only round our ankles. We’ve certainly chosen which trousers to wear at any rate.

This website, once it is fully functioning will be the place for you to come if you are an aspiring writer and want tips on writing and how to get published. It will also be a place for you to showcase your work through ‘Your Pitch’, where agents can come to find books and authors they would like to represent.

We will also carry publishing news, reviews of books and much more.

Come back soon for a bucketful of delight and surprise.

Niall

PS, my new novel, Deep & Meaningless is now available on Amazon. Check it out

 

About Niall Hunt

Niall Hunt was born in the shadow of the Cotswolds and brought up in the Vale of Evesham. He is an award-winning journalist and now lives and works in London. Deep & Meaningless is his first novel. His second work, Time Bomb, is under way.

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