I wrote last week about pace. Well, strictly speaking, I wrote it the week before last. Days later, I boarded a plane and flew to the UK for a long weekend. Back in Cyprus, I attended a Symposium on financial crime.
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We have a Winner, Ladies and Gentlemen.
In my post here, where I interviewed debut novelist Amanda Fleet, I promised that one subscriber would win a copy of ‘The Wrong Kind of Clouds’, which is available here or at your local Amazon store.
It is a great read and now available both on paper and your favourite e-reader. I urge you to go and check it out. I am lobbying hard for some more adventures for the lead characters, but Amanda is being stubborn. (Yorkshire-born, you know.)
While I am being bossy, once you have read it, review it. Ultimately, us poor new writers have you guys as our marketing team. The more you review it and recommend it, then the more people get to hear about it and hopefully, buy it. Go on, give a new writer a hand.
The draw was made yesterday and the first name out of the hat was Jack Dowd. Jack blogs, writes, self-publishes and tweets. Track him down here on his blog. Jack – you are a winner!
Right – I have to get back to writing, working and all sorts of other w’s (No dirty comments please!)