Self Publishing Journeys

Episode 118: Wendy H. Jones

Wendy H. JonesEpisode 118, release date Monday 2nd July, 2018

Wendy H. Jones lives in Scotland, and her police procedural series featuring Detective Inspector Shona McKenzie, is set in Dundee.

Wendy's love for adventure led to her joining the Royal Navy to undertake nurse training.

After six years in the Navy she joined the Army where she served as an Officer for a further 17 years.

This took her all over the world including Europe, the Middle East and the Far East.

As well as nursing Wendy also worked for many years in Academia and this led to publication in academic textbooks and journals.

Killer's Countdown is her first novel and was the first book in the Shona McKenzie Mystery series.

Find Out More:

1) Writing website:

2) Facebook page:

3) Twitter feed:

4) Amazon author page:

5) Goodreads page:

6) LinkedIn profile:

Paul Teague & Wendy H. Jones

Pictured at 20BooksTo50k in 2018

Interview Talking Points:

1) NaNoWriMo:

2) Bloody Scotland:

3) Ingram Spark:

4) The Society of Authors:

5) Sisters in Crime:

6) Cathy Helms cover design:

7) Boucher Con:

8) Crime at the Castle:

9) Association of Christian Writers:

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[July 2] Episode 118: Wendy Jones/Scottish Crime Writer Find out more

[August 6th] Episode 119: Debbie Young/Cosy Crime Writer & ALLi blog editor Find out more

[Sept 3rd] Episode 120: Peter Mortimer/Poet, Playwright, Author & Publisher Find out more

Podcast diaries continue weekly over summer, interviews resume regularly with episode 241 on Monday 1st October 2018

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