Book post is the very best kind of post - especially when it's proofs of your own paperbacks! It almost makes the agonising over typefaces, spacing, etc etc etc worthwhile. I'm delighted to report that the paperback versions of Bitesize and A Jar Of Thursday are now available on Amazon. I'm also working on an offer for my Etsy … Continue reading Paperback Writer!
Is it Thursday? It is? Then it must be book launch day! I’m delighted to be able to say that A Jar of Thursday is now available to buy on Amazon for the introductory price of 99p/99c/€0,99, and it’s also free to read on Kindle Unlimited. Just in case you’ve managed to evade my previous mentions of … Continue reading Prepare to launch! It’s Thursday (A Jar Of)!
A Jar Of Thursday Thunderclap and giveaway Have I mentioned that I've set up a Thunderclap campaign for A Jar Of Thursday? 😉 If you haven't heard of one before, a Thunderclap is a big synchronised social media share, with the purpose of making an impact. As you can see, it's going pretty well, with 72 supporters at … Continue reading Thunderclaps and giveaways and discounts, oh my!
What a relief! Yesterday I got the last comments from my wonderful proofreader, made the changes, and uploaded the final version (I hope) of A Jar of Thursday to Amazon. I'm a natural fretter, so while I knew I had time to make changes, I still had the what ifs in the back of my mind. What … Continue reading A Thursday update: ARCs available!
Yes, it's time for the obligatory 'Yay I finished!' post. I hit my Camp NaNoWriMo target at around lunchtime on Friday. The computer finished reading the edited manuscript to me, I made the last little changes, formatted the document, and emailed it to beta readers. And then I validated the word count to get one … Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo: past the post
Please forgive the radio silence on the blog for the last week and a half; it's been a bit busy! As of 30 June *wipes brow* the draft of #SecretSequel is finished! It turned out a little more serious than I intended, but I'm cautiously pleased with it. I took the risk of letting my … Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo and everything else: a progress update
When will I learn, eh? There I was, having pretty much finalised Bitesize, thinking I would have a nice restful time writing the sequel to the Secret Notebook, and somehow I have managed to sign up to Camp NaNoWriMo. If you haven't encountered Camp NaNoWriMo before (and it's my first time), it's a more relaxed version … Continue reading One thing after another: signing up for Camp NaNoWriMo