I just tweeted this
Three signed proofs of the ‘wonderful, magical, gripping’ #OurChildOfTheStars to be won.
Follow me and RT this to enter
(UK post only)
details, offers, links bit.ly/2RPmOCS
EDITED TO ADD CLOSES 12/13 Dec. Sorry!
- People who sub to my newsletter are entered and if they follow me and RT on Twitter as well they get a second entry
- Anyone can sub to the newsletter so this is fair.
- The publisher only covers post within UK, sorry
- Sorry Mum, no close relatives, wouldn’t look fair
- Actually, Mum has bought a copy
- I use a random number generator to pick the winner. Woo, Science!
- If you haven’t followed me on Twitter or subbed to my newsletter you can’t win
- I’ll try my damnedest to run a clean fair comp, but my decision is final
Well, working on the Second Book, of which more later. I am at the stage of looking a vast pile of words which I am now looking to see if it is a polished train of narrative or just a heap of rusty wreckage. This is an interesting point in the process.
I am in a Debut Authors group, which by the way of things is mostly full of Lovely Americans. Lovely Americans are lovely. Wouldn’t it be good if I got a US+Canada deal for Our Child of the Stars…
Being a debut author is interesting. The Quercus publishers team are working hard. Two months from Official Hardback Publication and you know, launches, articles, blogposts to write. All of which is less stress than writing the second book.
Online reviews have been supportive and insightful. I just need as ever the entire world to see buy the book, like it, and review it.
And to write the second book, so signing off now.