Happy Friday! I've been busily trying to finish The Bet over the last couple of weeks so the blog has had to take a backseat. That said, I am still alive and haven't fallen to bits... yet.Writing Journal Title: The Bet Genre: Fantasy Chapter: 26 Problems and pitfalls:...
The paperback is nearly ready
Apologies for the delay in posting last week, but I promise I have a good excuse.
On the look-out for beta-readers.
Happy Friday! I promised to be better at updating my author blog. In the spirit of that, I have decided to keep readers up to date with my progress (and give myself a kick up the bum to actually do it). On Fridays, I'll be posting a break down of the progress of my...
This post is primarily aimed at readers who are considering becoming an advanced/beta reader for an author or publisher, Experienced readers and Booktubers will already know this stuff. This isn't meant to be an exhaustive list of hard and fast rules that...
Another year, another set of writing and author goals. I also have reader goals, but that's another post. This year I'm keeping it to three. Everything else is a bonus. Goal 1 | Publish The Bet 2018 was not a good year for me (for lots of reasons I won't bore you...
It even has a nice new cover. The new edition, published throughBolide Publishing Ltd, is available for pre-order and set for release on 13th November 2018. We are currently looking for reviewers and Beta readers for the new edition. If you would like to sign up for...
Many of you already know I am an editor, and the amount of work I have coming in doesn’t allow me the time to properly promote the book on my own, as well as take the time to write the next book. It’s on the go, I promise, but there are only so many hours in the day. I am also a parent of three very energetic boys who need my attention, and all work and no play makes mummy a dull girl.
And that is where my trouble started.
‘My friend, if the story is written against you, what you need to do is—’
‘Change the story?’
‘I was thinking more like hunt down the author and gut him in front of his family, but your plan works too.’
Charon was once the Ferryman of the Underworld. Now he’s the doorman of a disused office block. If only the old Gods hadn’t lost that drunken bet all those centuries ago, things would be very different. For a start, Ragnarök probably wouldn’t be on its way.
Ra is looking for a way of escaping the mortal realm, but there’s something about his plans he isn’t telling everyone.
Maybe Charon is the only one who’s noticed. He certainly seems to be the only one who cares. But can he do anything about it? It looks like he’s going to try. But there are others who might profit from the situation, and the last thing he wants is the Fae Courts breathing down his neck.