Talking to someone about book 9, Chronicles of Marsh, the other day, I commented that it would probably only really appeal to the dedicated fans. Since each book up to and including Bravo Victor sold about 73 copies in its
I said earlier in the year I’d be putting the three Dylan and Dougall adventures into one book this summer. That gives me about a month to do so! Dylan’s Yuletide Journey has been free on Smashwords, iTunes, Nook and
It’s the same old story, really. Chronicles went to the editors, came back with a general comment about its structure, and I spent July rewriting it. It seems to be a pattern, these days, rewriting the first half (well, third)
I’ve finished editing Chronicles of Marsh, well until the copies come back from the editors with all the crossings out and suggestions!
It’s a month since I finished writing the last two books in the series. So far I’ve done a first and second edit of Chronicles of Marsh, book 9. I’ve also been in touch with my editors and my cover
Well, I’ve just typed “The end” at the end of my book. The end of the series.
It felt really funny.
Wow. The end of the series. It’s really sad.
My paperback publisher, Blurb, has been offering the concept of notebooks for some time. What better way of putting out some of my illustrations for people that might not see the books otherwise? So I’ve taken the plunge. I sorted
The Princelings series in paperback is now listed for sale at Waterstones Online in the UK. I’m very pleased to see that Blurb’s distribution facility via Ingram has slid them into the Waterstones catalogue. It will make it a lot