I did have a vague feeling that something was coming up! It's very nearly a year since the launch of The Secret Notebook of Sherlock Holmes, and Facebook very helpfully put a memory in front of me a couple of days ago...the moment when I cleared my throat and announced that I had a book coming … Continue reading An approaching bookiversary
2016 was quite a year. Stranger than fiction in many ways - I feel for dystopian fiction authors and satirists, since they must be wondering where they can go next. However, this particular blog post (the third of its kind, I'm surprised to see) is a review of my writing and other progress in 2016, and … Continue reading It’s that new year post again
Today I realised that I haven't posted a blog here for a while. Writing stuff is currently a little betwixt and between. I have two manuscripts out with beta readers, and so far (she said, crossing her fingers) feedback is good. I have a rough book cover which I'm itching to show you, but it's … Continue reading Aargh! Papyrus!
Today's blog will be a short one - appropriate, as I'm talking about creating shortlinks for books. It's also directed towards people who have books in the Amazon store, or plan to in the future. If that isn't you, look away now. If you already know about global shortlinks, I apologise in advance. If you … Continue reading Tech Tip Tuesday: Connect to local Amazon stores with global shortlinks
'Beautiful floral bedding for spring' is the title of an email I received a few days ago from M&S (Marks & Spencer, if you're unfamiliar with the brand). My initial reaction was 'Is this supposed to be for me?': I suspect that isn't quite what M&S were aiming for. When I voiced my 'whuh?' on social media … Continue reading Beautiful floral bedding for spring: a marketing email that misfired