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This ebook published by Tirgearr is the third in the Once More series. The previous books were Yesterday, Once More (nostalia and historical) and Christmas, Once More.
I should love to write some more. Have my readers any good ideas please?
Isn’t this a fabulous cover? Thank you, Charlene Raddon. I love the cat and the old books, the creepy trees and the misty woman. These 15 ghostly tales are very different, do not expect the usual. I love writing this Once More series and would welcome new titles for the series.
My long novel about the sugar industry in Barbados is currently on
offer at Tirgearr for 99 pence. It’s two stories running alongside.
The wild young woman who was her grandmother and the modern
granddaughter trying to find out the truth.
New e-book out today!
It is 15 ghost stories but no headless riders or clanking chains.
You can get a sneak preview or order a copy here…
The nineth book in the Jordan Lacey series will be published in February 2014, hardback and ebook. The cover is wonderful, depicting Corfe Castle in Dorset and a smashing yellow Mazda. The car belongs to my friend, Jackie, West Sussex Writers Club, and I have had many lifts in it, in all weathers.
Apologies for gap in posts. Pretty tough time. Started with a scratch from Jasper, my very simple cat and was resolved with a hospital stay, two drains, straight jacket and a morphine drip. I have to thank Jasper for saving my life.
A Happy and Healthy New Year to all my readers
All my ebooks published by Tirgearr Publishing are this
week featured at a special price of 99cents. This is to celebrate Tirgearr’s first year of publishing.
I have ten talks booked in 2013 which will keep me even busier.
The first two at on the 3rd and 16th of January, at Limpsfield and Godstone WI meetings. Swanwick Writers school have booked me for a short course next August. It will be about Starting your Novel, the planning, the plotting, finding time, and lots more.
The new Jordan Lacey is progressing. Started Chapter 12 yesterday but was distracted by idea for new short story which I just had to write.
Delighted that Midsummer Madness has been chosen by Kindle as their Book of the Month in their Summer Promotion. This also means that they will be selling it at a special low price. This is the story of a London production of the Tweolfth Night from the prompt’s point of view. It’s no fun being the prompt as I well know, having prompted nine shows at the Barn Theatre and two down at Minack, Porthcurno, Cornwall.
This little gift book is published this month. Nice write-up in Writers Magazine, page WN15, about chosing the covers after the school competition.
New task: wrote my first Press Release
to send to editors. Only three paragraphs but who has time to read a long piece?
The great selling point of this little gift book is that it can be sent in an A5 envelope through the 5 mm slot. It could be a thank you for a kindness, or a cheer up for someone who is down.