Welcome to Peter Tickler's Website
|STOP PRESS: Peter's short story Death Changes Things has been published by PennyShorts There is another to follow shortly!|
|Peter had a lot of fun when he joined the Deadly Dames for the day at the BookCrossing Convention 2015 in St Hilda's College, Oxford. They had a very boisterous audience drawn from all round the world as they talked about reading and writing - but no arithmetic fortunately!|
|He also went to the Chipping Norton Literary Festival where he was one of a number of writers to be featured in a photographic exhibition by Jane Stillwell.||Books, ice-cream and Oxford United - what more can a man want?|
|Peter will be giving some of his trademark highly interactive talks as part of National Crime Reading Month during June. These currently include the Burford Literary Festival on Monday 8 June, two talks in his home town of Abingdon (the North Abingdon WI on Wednesday 3 June and the library on Wednesday 17 June) and a Crime Night at the library in Goring on Thames on Tues 23 June 6.00 p.m to 8.00 p.m.|
One of Peter's scripts has already been released. A Place for Everything was filmed in Shenzhen in China and released to coincode with Halloween. Click HERE to see it - if you dare!
Incidentally, all of Peter's Blood in Oxford books are now available as e-books priced less than £3.00.
Peter loves talking to and listening to his readers (and potential readers). He has spoken in all sorts of places, including a castle and a prison, so why not invite him along to your favourite organisation or your bookgroup. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to find out a bit more about Peter, why not watch the video (below) or read through his interview by Morgen Bailey. Click HERE to read it What is the connection between watching Oxford United, writing crime fiction and porridge? Check out his article in the Oxford United programme (vs Morecambe, 29 March 2013) and see if you can relate to it!
Crime Writing, Oxford United and Porridge
Check out this video: Peter talks frankly about crime writing and why he prefers Town to Gown for his murderous tales.
Reviews for Peter's Blood in Oxford crime novels:
"A perfect gift for someone who enjoys traditional detective stories" Oxford Times
"Deliciously thrilling" Oxford Today
"You will drive yourself to distraction trying to work out the perpetrator " Oxford United Matchday Programme
All of Peter's crime novels are available in hardback and as e-books: