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?
I recently bought N.K Jemisin’s The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms because I’d read the first three chapters on the webpage and got hooked. (I would link to N.K Jemisin’s webpage, but it seems to have been hacked – it’s nkjemisin.com, anyway, and hopefully it’ll be back soon) I recommend The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms highly. N.K Jemisin […]Read More Book rec, and longer sample of The Maker’s Mask