Is it really three months since my last bit of news? Apparently so. It’s been a very busy period, and information has sometimes been hard to find, mainly from ACX/Audible about ‘live’ dates and locations. So, this is what’s happened,
All the work for the audiobook of Princelings book 1 is complete and loaded onto ACX. I’m just waiting for technical approval, after which I’ll be able to give you some links and also some FREE COPY CODES. Free Audiobook
Audiobooks – the coming thing. If someone is going to ask the admittedly unlikely question “Alexa, find me a fantasy book where guinea pigs are kings” I want them to find mine!
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.
I’ve done a new interview for Smashwords about the latest book, Chronicles of Marsh, so I thought you’d like to see it
The countdown is now on to the launch of Chronicles of Marsh. We’re back on schedule for release on November 14th. Pre-order at iTunes, Kobo, B&N, and Amazon. That’s now a universal link for the Amazon book. The chapter illustrations are the
As always (maybe) followers of the Princelings series get the first view of the cover of a new book. So here it is… another wonderful illustration by Dani English … The book is currently on schedule for release on November
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!