... went very well! To say I was terrified is an understatement, especially as there was a full house. But the host was fab, the people were lovely and I had a really, really, good day. And a massive thank you to the independent book shop - Barnards of Uxbridge, Middx - for being … Continue reading My first book talk & signing …
Approximately a mile north of Chepstow, on English side of the River Wye and right on the the border of Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire, sit the ruins of an old church, as seen above. It is all that remains of a medieval village, plus a still-working farm further up the hill behind the church; … Continue reading The mysterious deserted medieval village of Lancaut, near Chepstow
Well, I've avoided it since its inception ... whenever that was. I realise as a professional author it's all part of the marketing business so today I launched my author twitter page, which looks incredibly boring so far. I still don't want a personal one but it's interesting to have a look around, seeing who … Continue reading Twitter. Finally.
Postponing. Well, it's not a very nice feeling! I was terribly nervous as the day approached but had started to get excited when the weather reports came in a day before. And the reporters were true to their word - I'm currently snowed in and roads are more or less impassable; we even had a … Continue reading Postponing a book-signing but finding an Amazon review
Ok, she's my cousin so I maybe a tad biased but honestly, she is a wonderful photographer and has now got her blog and Facebook page up and running. A talented illustrator and artist, Lisa will be doing a couple of illustrations for my second book and has written and illustrated her own children's books … Continue reading Photographer, illustrator and damn nice woman