Tag Archives: Almost Perfect

The Blind Leading the Blind: Conduct Risk in Financial Services

The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.  ~Helen Keller My first historical novel (Almost Perfect) I wrote while living in a stone Chateau in the South of France in the middle of Cathar Country. … Continue reading

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My Thriller Novels Now in Paperback

Perfect for Holiday Reading  Historical and Political Thriller Novels by John Childress Now Out in Paperback After over a year in e-book format, all four of John Childress’s thriller novels are now available in paperback on Amazon and other on-line … Continue reading

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Book Promo Video . . . Almost Perfect

My first historical thriller novel was written while I was living in a 13th Century stone Chateau in the south of France several years ago.  The house had a magic of its own and it seems as if the carved … Continue reading

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Disposable Razor Blades and the Kindle App

I love Kindle, but I don’t own a Kindle. You might think that doesn’t make sense, so let me explain.  I write all my thriller novels in Kindle e-Book format and my publisher, Endeavour Press in London, publishes them on … Continue reading

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Thank You . . .

“Sentence first, verdict after words.” -Lewis Carroll My apologies to the White Queen for slightly altering her quote, but for a writer like me, it works better this way. I am issuing a great big THANK YOU to all those … Continue reading

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