Lulu are having a promotion in honour of Oktoberfest – enter code CHEERS at the checkout, save 10% on your order. Maximum saving £15, offer ends 22 September. I’m not sure whether this applies outside the UK but it’s got to be worth a go. This has got me thinking about what my characters would […]Read More 10% off my books!
1) If you buy the file downloads, it’s pretty cheap! For the price of a posh coffee and a muffin, you can have something I’ve been working on since 2003. Has someone been working on that coffee and muffin since 2003? I sincerely hope not! 2) If you like my fanfic, it’s a lot like […]Read More Reasons why you should buy my books
So, about half an hour after I posted that ‘the books are coming on Monday!’ post last Friday, my Internet went out. The engineer has just come to fix it, and as long as it isn’t the router (which it may well be) it seems to be fixed for now, and I’ve managed to get […]Read More Books are now on Lulu, Amazon listing coming soon
I have the proof of The Hawkwood War, and it looks OK! However, I also have a D&D game to finish prepping for this weekend, and I want to have another go at trying to figure out Lulu’s pricing structure. So, to give myself a window to deal with that in, the books will be […]Read More Publication date: Monday 13 September 2010
One book is proofed and ready to go. I said to Peter last night ‘It looks like a real book!’ and he said ‘Could that be because it is a real book?’ in a sarcastic tone of voice. The other one I’m waiting on a proof copy of. (There will undoubtedly still be at least […]Read More People, we are approaching zero hour
We’re getting into single-digit weeks, if not days, until the books are available, so I thought I’d share this, which I wrote ages ago for Frankie after having sat through Elizabeth: The Golden Age. It’s a trailer for the Requite books, if they were a film. IMPOSING MUSIC PLAYS. SHOT OF THE SWARM RISING, FROM […]Read More Trailer
There is progress being made. Honest. The story so far: I thought I’d order a proof copy of The Maker’s Mask before I got into the whole trying to buy an ISBN thing. The proof copy arrived. I took one look at it and snatched it back from my husband saying ‘You can’t read this […]Read More Progress!
A lot of Requite’s backstory got put in place just so that I could justify calling my hero Latinus Malabranca. I originally ran across the name in, I think, a Penguin History of the Church: it belonged to a cardinal, and I promptly swiped it and gave it to a vampire in the Vampire: The […]Read More Borrowing hero names from inappropriate places