I’ll be taking part in several Craft and Gift Fairs in southern England this autumn and winter. My main focus will be on the Romsey / Winchester area this year. If all goes well, then next year I’ll expand to
With all the excitement of the launch over and done with, I have to wonder how to promote the Princelings series in future. I intend to make a marketing plan, and lift a few ideas from people like fellow BookElf
The Princelings Revolution Launch Blog Tour starts today with the cover reveal on my blog. I’ve had to be careful about not showing the cover publicly until now, because I didn’t want to spoil the surprise. I expect people have
Yes it’s July already. Here’s your update on Princelings Revolution, its launch, and the audiobooks I don’t feel that I’ve done much since the last update, but in fact things made significant progress… then stalled! Princelings Revolution April saw me
Princelings Revolution (book 10) is now listed on Smashwords. This is the final book of the series, so I thought I’d give it a long lead-in.
The target publication date is 1st October 2020.
The paperback version of Chronicles of Marsh is now available through Ingram: order by ISBN 978-0-46-445403-8 or wait for it to appear in the online retailers.
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
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