I'm having a slightly technological nightmare today. I've already written this update once, and lost it, so I'm taking a deep breath and starting again.
I realised after yesterday's first tour post that I've shared the link to my website (this one), but not my writing blog - where I discuss the daily issues of writing and publishing, and share guest posts and book release information from other authors.
So, if that's what you were expecting to see when you clicked the link, please go to my blog.
I also omitted to include my Facebook page, and the You. I. Us. Goodreads page, so that's done, too :-)
However, while you're here, I hope you'll take a look around to find out more about me and my books.
Today I was at a local book fair. I was the token author among four other stalls selling second hand books. I should have taken photos of everyone, I guess, but I didn't. You'll just have to take my word for it :-) It was relatively quiet, because it took place on Regatta day, so a lot of townsfolk were down on the river. But a good smattering of people stopped by.
Next on the agenda is a three week long blog tour, in which fifteen bloggers have asked me a single interview question each. I'm looking forward to sharing my answers and 'meeting' lots of new people.
But first, it's England's opening Euro 2016 football match against Russia, so I'll be opening a cider, and cheering on the team. Have a good weekend!
You. I. Us. is finally available to buy - and it's currently #35 in 'Kindle British Short Stories '! You can find all the purchase links under the Books tab at the top of this page.
After working at the gym this morning, and coming home to 40+ Facebook and Twitter notifications to work through and reply to, I am currently relaxing with some chocolate and a cup of tea - a very British way to celebrate the launch of my book.
Here are a couple of pictures from my book signing yesterday.
A short and sweet update today, because I'm going to be filling these pages with lots of news over the next couple of weeks.
I've been fiddling around with my website recently, and this is what I've come up with. I thought it was time for a change, after three years with the previous look.
Everything is in the same place, it's the website equivalent of painting the walls but keeping all the same furniture!
If you haven't visited before, take a look around and let me know what you think.