Author: Tim Heath
Tim has been married to his wife Rachel since 2001 and they have two daughters. He lives in Tallinn, Estonia, having moved there with his family in 2012 from St Petersburg, Russia, which they moved to in 2008. He is originally from Kent in England and lived for eight years in Cheshire, before moving abroad. As well as writing the novels that are already published (plus the one or two that are always in the process of being finished!) Tim enjoys being outdoors, exploring Estonia, cooking and spending time with his family.

Monthly Best-Sellers –– Mar ’19

Tim’s top-selling titles from the last 30 days as well as the books with the most read pages in Kindle Unlimited

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Thirty-five. 35!

A post celebrating Tim reaching thirty-five unique titles

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Monthly Best-Sellers –– Feb ’19

Tim’s top seven books by sales and page reads from the last 30 days

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Monthly Best-Sellers –– Jan ’19

Tim’s best-sellers and Kindle Unlimited page reads for the last 30 days

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1,000,000 words, and counting.

It takes 1,000,000 words to find your voice.

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One Author’s First Visit To The London Book Fair

This time last week I was reaching my final destination in London, ahead of Tuesday’s London Book Fair, my first visit as either an author or member of the public. As well as sum up my experience, I wanted to

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The Three Types of Reader

One of the things that often gets talked about for authors is this; know your readership. This isn’t going to be a post about that! There is already a lot that has been said on the subject, and much of

How to Best Sell Books

I want to be an advocate for change in the writing world, particularly amongst my fellow independent authors. Not necessarily a change in what we do––though that may come––but in how we think.  Let me explain. Since my revelation back

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How To Train Your Readers––Part 2

This will be a short post, based on something really interesting I heard yesterday, something that adds to my whole #BooksAreNeverFree mindset. If you missed Part 1, you can catch that here. Yesterday I did the school run (as usual)

How To Train Your Readers––Part 1

Welcome back to this evolving mindset. We’re in part one because, well to be honest, this will be an ever-growing knowledge base. As I test and try new things, as well as you, my fellow authors (and readers, if you