So excited… Crestfallen Part 2: Tomb of Roses is out now as both a Kindle E-book and in Paperback. Grab your copy today and continue the saga.
I will be adding more stuff to the site as time goes on, it had a revamp not to long ago, but its still not quite there. I suppose its an issue that occurs when u currently only have one book out… but hold theres more coming soon. :-b
I havnt left the country or anything, just been intently writing Dragon Rising while editing Tomb of Roses. ToR is still pegged for an august release, so those who have got Crestfallen part 1 wont have to wait much longer. 🙂 Ive already started part 3…
The best bit of being a writer is what i experienced today… author copies of my book turned up. The elation is probably only ever beaten by seeing ur book in a book shop. Online sales just isnt the same. 🙂 Here’s a pic… Here is the link to Amazon where u can purchase your […]
Here is the link to Amazon where u can purchase the paperback version of Crestfallen: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/1478182857/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?qid=1393501056&sr=8-4π=SL75#top
Great news, Crestfallen has been accepted for paperback publication! 7 days until its available from Amazon and 6-8 weeks until its available in stores. This website will be updated with purchase links once everythings sorted and the stock is ready. I’ll be hitting social networks hard once i have a copy in my hand. 🙂
Anyone who gets into writing with a view to making (serious) money is deluded. We all want the joy of setting our own hours, sitting before some glorious vista in the grips on an early summer; but the reality is far more dank. The day job pays the bills etc, but writing is your passion… […]
Decided to give the editing of Tomb of Roses a rest for a week… my brain hurts. Instead i have been typing up more of Dragon Rising. Its got a 2015 release date, so no rest on that book either, but it makes a change.
As the title of this post suggests, edititing is key to gettin ur story inline with ur vision. I had to write the first crestfqllen book nearly 3 full times before i got it right. Im getting better at editing out the fat as im writing, but i wouldnt always suggest that way of doing […]
Written a really good draft of a prologue, only problem is it not for the current book. It was supposed to be of course, but as Tolkien said: “The story grew in the telling.” I’ll have another go tomorrow. 🙂