Well what an exciting week this has been. What with the overwhelming response for pre-orders on Amazon, signed paperbacks, Facebook shares and Retweets on Twitter, you’d think that was enough excitement for anyone. However, not in my case…
On Tuesday it was my husband’s 60th birthday so we celebrated with family at a lovely Indian Restaurant and that next Wednesday is our Silver Wedding and a week Sunday my birthday. Exciting celebrations.
Yesterday I discovered that I was a winner with Hedgehog Press Prickly Shorts Competition which means that my fictional Victorian story about the Montefoires will be published later this year, and I also discovered that an internal challenge through Hedgehog also brought results for me with a winning poem, again to be published later this year.
And that it seems was still not enough excitement. I decided to reduce the price of House of Grace on Kindle to 99p/99c for a few days to celebrate both the launch of The Coal Miner’s Son and the third anniversary of House of Grace.
Next week is going to be equally busy and exciting with the launch of The Coal Miner’s Son on Monday 9th March 2020. I am having an online launch on Facebook so if you’re on Facebook why not come and join in the fun? There will be guest authors and lots of prizes.
Do keep an eye out on the blog next week as I shall be doing lots of interviews and be featured on lots of blogs with articles about my writing and in particular, The Coal Miner’s Son. I shall add all the links on here so you don’t miss out.
What an exciting week it’s going to be.
The downside was hearing a couple of days ago that the London Book Fair had been cancelled, and of course I quite understand the reasoning behind it, and then I heard earlier today that the Writers’ Summit I was to attend has also been cancelled. This was to be my first time at the London Book Fair but obviously not meant to be. Hopefully I will get there in 2021.
Thank you all for your amazing support and being fantastic followers.
In the event that you’ve missed the links to my books, I’ll add them below.