Tag Archives: Book launch

The Living One: Caravan to Cairns… Stuart France

St John the Evangelist * “We’ll need books!” “What do you mean?” “All good schools have a range of associated texts which their students can use as background reading.” “That’s true, do we have any?” “We may have a few…” … Continue reading

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Guest Author: Marcia Meara ~ The Light ~ Wake-Robin Ridge (Book Four)

Thank you so much for letting me visit with you and your followers today, Sue. I’m pretty excited about the release of my latest novel, The Light: Wake-Robin Ridge Book 4, and hope your readers will be curious to learn … Continue reading

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Steps to organising a book launch – and a book signing ~ Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: After my post about the launch of A-Z of Dumfries: Places-People-History, a number of people asked how we organised it. Some of you were particularly interested in the book signing at Waterstones and if it … Continue reading

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Where I’ve been… Erik Tyler

Reblogged from The Best Advice So Far: Well, my poor blog has lain neglected for just over six months. In the past few years, such an absence would have been sure sign that I’d run afoul of some mysterious and … Continue reading

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Touching the Sun ~ A new book from Steve Tanham

“The sun is always an adequate symbol for the Light of Lights…” A.K. Coomaraswamy In this collection of mystical poems, Steve Tanham, founding director of the Silent Eye, explores his personal relationship between the soul and the sun. Plotting its … Continue reading

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Guest author: Geoff Le Pard ~ The Last Will Of Sven Andersen: A New Book and A Free Offer!

One challenge that I encountered in my latest Book, The Last Will Of Sven Andersen involved multiple story strands. This is the second part of a series based around Harry Spittle who we first encounter when he’s 19 and now, … Continue reading

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Book Launch: The Quest for Home by Jacqui Murray at Darlene Foster’s Blog

Reblogged from Darlene Foster: I am pleased to welcome Jacqui Murray who is featuring her recent release,The Quest for Home, Book 2 in the Crossroads series, and part of the Man vs. Nature saga. You may recall, I particpated in her book launch for … Continue reading

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Pre-order now and a date for the diary ~ Footsteps of the Templar by Lucy Brazier

The fourth book on the PorterGirl series by Lucy Brazier, is now available to pre-order before its official launch on October 19th 2019. Footsteps of the Templar ‘A peculiar type of morality’ Head Porter’s hopes for a quiet life are … Continue reading

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#writephoto regulars: Meet Kevin Parish

I asked the writephoto challenge cntributors if they would like to come over and introduce themselves. Without those of you who write and read the pieces inspired by the weekly photos, the writephoto prompt would not exist. So, if you … Continue reading

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Guest author: Robbie Cheadle ~ Climbing boys

About climbing boys During the 1700s and 1800s, mainly male children often performed an occupation known as a climbing boy or chimney sweep. Many of the climbing boys were orphans, and in Great Britain many came from workhouses, and some … Continue reading

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