How important is it that you review books after you read or listen to them? it's no exaggeration to say it's vital.
Send a signed copy of Down With Frogs to a friend, relative, darn it, to yourself for £10
the library service has been a vital part of my life, since learning to read aged four, the library has been a land of wonder, peace and connection for me. Libraries offer a vital community service; central government talks about breaking down loneliness barriers, building communities and supporting good mental health, then local government shuts libraries
SO... today has been able getting my butt in gear, organising the last few dates of the book tour - making sure that the transport is booked, that I have enough books to sign, and cards to give out to people pointing them to my blog. Expect my next three months of blogs to be tour related, I plan to share the ups, downs and everything in between of the indie writers life.
It's going to be a lot of fun meeting all the lovely ladies, and finding out all about them and their businesses; telling them about 'Down With Frogs' and my new book 'Laughing at Myself'. And if I am very lucky gaining inspiration for book three
Neil offered to cook me a romantic dinner, given that the last time someone cooked me a ‘romantic dinner’ they ended up in A & E I wasn’t as keen as you might think; anyway, he wanted to cook, so I said yes and hoped this time dinner wouldn’t involve a burns unit.
All of September had been spent rushing around inviting people, poster making, and delivering; planning, and list making (how I love the list making...ahh)
Oh my goodness, my head is pounding, my shoulders ache from hunching over the keyboard - it must be official book launch time!!
Down with Frogs is ebook and the paperback have been designed with a larger font, and wider spacing to be helpful to the dyslexic reader and those with literacy issues. I believe in inclusive - not exclusive
My friend Caroline has led a very sheltered life and has only been with one man who she met at nineteen. She lives through, and for, the next instalment of her Celebrity magazines and soap operas. But, more than celebrity and drama, Caroline finds sex fascinating;