Third edit

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My wonderful editor Helen has sent me the manuscript of The Rocks of Aserol after its third edit. In theory, it should now be ready (after I have waded through the corrections and typo’s) for formatting into the ebook and … Continued

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4.5 Stars

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Ribbonworld scores 4.5* with an American reviewer, and the best comment was at the end, “I thoroughly enjoyed Ribbonworld. The story was fast paced and interesting, and kept me guessing right up to the end. I’d like to compare it to … Continued

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Tales From Norlandia, Part 2

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Leading up to the publication of “The Rocks of Aserol,” I have written a series of Flash Fiction tales to introduce you to the world of Norlandia. They will give you a feel of the book without giving too much … Continued

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Tales from Norlandia.

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  Coming this September, the first part of a story set in a world that’s not unlike our own. A country built on Steam and Iron. A people filled with excitement and wonder but with familiar vices and emotions. Science … Continued

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London Book Fair

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I didn’t go myself but Ribbonworld did! It was featured on the Silverwood Books stand and here is the evidence. I think it looks rather splendid.

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Update

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My cover artist, Cathy at Avalon Graphics has done a tremendous job on “The Rocks of Aserol.” She is one of 3 people to see the full manuscript and has produced a fantastic cover for me. Honestly, I was blown away … Continued

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That’s it!

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After a marathon session at the keyboard, I’m pleased to announce that “The Rocks of Aserol” is FINISHED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Phew, I’m elated and sad at the same time. Elated that the project that grew from a dream I had in 2012 … Continued

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Random Sales!

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I love the excitement of a random sale, you just never know when you’ll make one. I was in my local post office sending a letter to Nielsen, the assistant saw the letters ISBN on the address and asked if … Continued

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