The first two Requite books are now available on the Amazon Kindle Store! Here are the links: The Maker’s Mask (The Books Of Requite) The Hawkwood War (The Books Of Requite) Here is an excerpt from The Maker’s Mask, to celebrate: Kjarten Helm sat down on one side of Tzenni and offered her some wine […]Read More Very exciting news! Requite books available on Kindle!
Today brought cheering and unexpected news: I’ve sold more books than I thought I had, because apparently the Amazon and Book Depository orders all come through in one lump at the beginning of the month. Who knew? Not me, because self-publishing is a continuing voyage of discovery. 🙂 The beginning of the week brought a […]Read More Update
A copy of The Maker’s Mask is now winging its way to the_antichris in New Zealand, just in time for summertime reading. I hope you enjoy it! The legal deposit copies have also gone off to the British Library, which for some reason I found totally nerve-wracking, but after all the worst they can do […]Read More It’s genre, Jim, but not as we know it
This was going to be a ‘Hooray, Lulu are now allowing their writers to set their own discounts! Have 25% off the list price, to encourage you to buy the book even if you didn’t win it!’ post. The good news is, there are indeed discounts! The Maker’s Mask: Book One Of Requite in paperback […]Read More And if you didn’t win but would like to try the books anyway…
Now seems as good a time as any to point out that if you buy the digital editions of the books they are pretty cheap. 🙂 I can totally understand not wanting to shell out £13 for a book by an unknown author (though a lot of that’s Lulu’s printing costs, and not anything I […]Read More We’re all live and digital
Lulu have sent me another money off code, this one only for The Hawkwood War – use coupon code FALLREAD305 at the checkout and get 15% off, offer ends 15 October.Read More Another money off code!
This is going to sound ludicrously arrogant, given that I’m white, cisgendered, more or less able-bodied, and from a First World country: but when I look back at why I’ve started writing books, most of the time it’s because I’ve been irritated that the books that were already out there weren’t reflecting me. No, I […]Read More Mummy, where do books come from?