For the past few months, I've been mentioning the author signing I'm taking part in, at the end of January.
Well, now, I'm giving you the chance to win two day tickets to the event, to meet not just me but 24 other indie authors as well!
Simply click the Indie Pop-Up Signing image on the left to find out more about the event.
You can also click this link right here to get up to date information about the authors on the event's Facebook page.
All you have to do, to be in with a chance of winning, is sign up to my mailing list before the 29th December, because the giveaway is happening on there. Nope, I have no idea why the subscription form looks like that, either!
I know mailing lists can sometimes be overwhelming, but I send mine out roughly six times a year, or occasionally when I have something really exciting to share. (Don't tell anyone I said this, but after the winner is announced, you could always, quietly, unsubscribe... sssh...)
If you celebrate Christmas, I hope you have a very merry one, and good luck for the giveaway!
Oops, yes, I should have mentioned this yesterday...
My lovely publishers, Vine Leaves Press, are having a huge sale on selected titles over this Black Friday weekend. From Friday 24th to Monday 27th November, you’ll be able to download some of the best-selling Vine Leaves books for just $0.99AUD (roughly 60 British pennies!)
All you need to do is go to vineleavespress.com, follow the link on that page, and use the coupon code vlpcyber when you get to the checkout.
And yes, You. I. Us. is included in the sale, so if you’ve read it and loved it, please share this info so your friends can read it too 🙂
What could be simpler?
I've got another new interview up, this time on The Bookshelf Cafe website. Discover what my writing day looks like, and how I develop my plots. Click on the image below!
I've noticed there are new followers to this site through Bloglovin'. I blog more regularly here, if you're interested...
I've got a new interview, over on Alison S. Parkins' blog. Click on the picture below to discover my odd celebrity crush, my favourite film and more...
I recently refreshed a short story that I wrote several years ago - I always liked the story, but there was something not quite right with it. I had a revelation, one night as I was falling asleep, which completely changed the ending. I entered it into the Dark Tales contest - on a whim - and, guess what? It won!
You can read The Fear of Ghosts here. It will be available to read for the next few weeks, before the new winner is announced.