And it was just the beginning. There was so very much to learn. My book was out there for the world to find and enjoy and I had the satisfaction of being able to say to anyone and everyone that I was an author. It could all just be that simple. Write it and publishContinue reading “My Journey to Write ‘The Beast’ Part 2”
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Cover story 3
Alright, so sales of The Beast have predictably slowed down. So I panicked. I love the cover artwork that I have been using but have always felt that perhaps it would not appeal enough to older readers. After all the book does have some adult themes and is not written for children, although most teenagersContinue reading “Cover story 3”
A walk in the wild.
I always enjoy going for a walk in the countryside and never miss an opportunity to get out and about. It might just be a simple walk so that the dog can have a sniff about and do his toilet things. Or it could be a mountain climbing adventure in the wilds. Walking lets myContinue reading “A walk in the wild.”
“‘Twas the night before mid-winter, when all through the house
Not a beast was stirring, not even a mouse;
The sacks were hung by the fireplace with care,
In hopes that the grumpy dwarf would soon be there;
The children were nestled, tucked up in their beds….”
The Beast Released
Then all of a sudden, it was done. The paperback version of The Beast is now live on Amazon. Get your copy now!
My journey to write ‘The Beast.’
It all began with stories at bedtime. My parents read to me every night and I sucked up the fantastic worlds they made come alive from the pages of all those books. I loved when my uncle read Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and the Jungle book, the images of those exotic countries sprang to life in my mind.Continue reading “My journey to write ‘The Beast.’”