If you’d like to win a signed copy of either of my two books, head on over to my Facebook page and follow the instructions! All you need to do is SHARE the page and let me know you’ve done it, it’s as simple as that. 🙂 Head on over!
“OK, it’s been a while since I hosted a giveaway, and I’ve got a few copies of both books sitting here looking for a good home. So…if you’d like to win a signed paperback of Wolf’s Head or The Wolf and the Raven (your choice which one) just SHARE this PAGE on your timeline (there’s a SHARE button on the banner up top ^^^). Spread the word to all your friends, get them on board, and post a comment right here to let me know you’ve done it. I’ll pick two winners in a few days! Good luck and thanks all
Share the PAGE remember, not this post! I think you may have to click on the three little dots on the banner, and that opens a drop down menu with “Share” in the list, that’s the one we want!”
I’m featured in this month’s KDP newsletter which goes out worldwide so is possibly the biggest piece of promotion I’ve been a part of so far. It’s targeted at other authors though, from what I can see, so might not sell many books but it’s still amazing to be part of it. I can’t thank Amazon KDP enough for their support!
Just finished the first draft of the new novella! It’s at about 17,500 words, but that’ll be added to as I fill in some of the blanks. Should be good value for money if I sell the ebooks for about 77p/99c, right? It’ll also be available as a (rather small I’d imagine) paperback.
I hope you’re as excited about this as I am…
Here’s the article from yesterday’s Daily Telegraph. My first appearance in a national, UK-wide newspaper!
I decided to write a novella (looking at 15-20,000 words) based around Sir Richard-at-Lee’s time as a Hospitaller knight in Rhodes. I’ve managed to write 5,000 words in under a week so it looks like it’s going to happen! Cover designers have been contacted, editor is on board and the narrator of my Wolf’s Head audiobook is in too!
I’m looking at having it out within the next couple of months although there’s no big hurry and I might be as well letting people get through The Wolf and the Raven first so…we’ll see.
Expect something a little different with this – elements of the supernatural…ancient evil…mysterious disappearances…and not a longbow or forest to be found!
Click the FOLLOW button at the top of this page to keep up to date with the progress, or check out my page on Facebook! I will do a Goodreads giveaway once it’s ready to go, so do check back and…please share with your book-loving friends! 😉
Today is exactly one year since my debut novel, Wolf’s Head, was published.
I had no idea what to expect – I was simply hoping to make a few sales and begin to make a name for myself that I could build on during the coming years.
Well, things have gone much better than I could ever have hoped, with both Wolf’s Head and the sequel The Wolf and the Raven hitting Amazon’s “War” chart number 1 spot, with the first novel even making it onto the overall Top 20 bestseller list!
I’ve had an audiobook produced, been invited down to the capital by Amazon KDP for the London Book Fair (as well as being feautured on the front page of Amazon.co.uk), contributed articles to the Writers and Artists Yearbook website and, just last night, started work on a novella which will sit outside the main Forest Lord series and tell us something about Sir Richard-at-Lee’s time on Cyprus with the Knights Hospitaller (expect something different with that, I’m looking to add elements of the supernatural…).
Not to mention my son, Riley, being born! And all of this while still working full-time as a gas/electric meter reader.
So, happy birthday to Wolf’s Head, and thank you to all my readers for supporting me over the last year. Hopefully the next year brings even more success and I can get the novella, as well as book three in The Forest Lord, published. Remember to follow me here on WordPress, or on my Facebook page to keep up with everything and, please – spread the word! 🙂