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)
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.
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
The second ebook Box Set: Princelings of the East Books 4-6, is out on Wednesday 20th February. A time tunnel from the future, a castle with paranormal powers, an assignment in foreign parts. Three separate adventures take us further into
You deserve an update on the last two books, since it’s been four months since I last posted. In that time I’ve mainly been working on my other series, and on other things entirely. That’s my excuse, anyway. Finishing a
I’ve started writing book 9 in the Princelings series, the Chronicles of Marsh. My Camp Nanowrimo project this year was to finish editing one of my other books. Since I did that, and I was only two-thirds of the way
Princelings fans may be wondering what’s happening next, since The Princelings of the North came out in January. I wrote a couple of short stories around Christmas time that suggested further developments in tensions between Fred, the different types of
The Princelings of the North by Jemima Pett Book 8 of the Princelings of the East series genre; older middle grade mystery adventure – age 10 and upwards. ebook: 47,000 words, ebook ASIN B0785RY891 / ISBN 9781370899159 paperback: 237 pages;