I love my Kindle; it stores so many books in such a small space. I can buy new books without having to get rid of my old books or buy a bigger house. However, I know many readers still love the feel of having a real book in their hands, so I’ve released a print version of The Highwayman Who Ran and Ran.
From Wednesday 19th July to Sunday 23rd July, I have two of my ebooks available free on Amazon.
The Highwayman Who Ran and Ran is a rip-roaring tale of adventure told in rollicking rhyme. Scuff, the stable boy at The Hanging Man inn, decides to begin his new career as a daring highwayman by stealing a priceless horse. His troubles swiftly multiply when he discovers who the real owner is, and he is soon running for his life.
The Cottage in the Marsh, book one of Lottie’s Ballad, is a gripping adventure told in verse. Twelve-year-old Lottie must enter the terrifying marsh to rescue her sweet but foolish brother.
Fifteen-year-old Paul Blake’s grandmother is not coming back, and she has left him her snake stick, the Hollow Serpent. Paul will need its help because evil forces that hid from his grandmother are stirring now that she has gone. As he confronts the terrifying ghosts of Sydney’s cruel past, powerful supernatural creatures are asking the question: Does Paul Blake wield the Hollow Serpent or is it wielding him? For Paul, the answer is a matter of life and death.
The Hollow Serpent is the third book in the Sinister Sydney Series: stories where the supernatural pierces the thin skin of modern life in Sydney.
It is available exclusively at Amazon.
From Wednesday 21st June to Sunday 25th June, I have two of my ebooks available free on Amazon.
All Things to Everyone is the first book in the Sinister Sydney series where the supernatural pierces the thin skin of modern life in Sydney.
The Ghoul of the School of Fools is a ghostly tales about friendship told in verse.
From Wednesday 17th May to Sunday 21st May, I have two of my ebooks available free on Amazon.
Apprentice Fool, book one in the Nobody’s Fool Quartet, is a fast-moving tale of comedy and adventure
The Ballad of Tom the Turkey is a funny and action-packed collection of adventures told in rollicking rhyme.
From Wednesday 5th April to Sunday 9th April, The Cottage in the Marsh, book one of Lottie’s Ballad, is available free on Amazon. It’s a gripping adventure told in verse about twelve-year-old Lottie who must enter the terrifying marsh to rescue her sweet but foolish brother.
From Wednesday 22nd March to Sunday 26th March, All Things to Everyone is available free on Amazon. It’s the first book in the Sinister Sydney series: stories where the supernatural pierces the thin skin of modern life in Sydney.
My fellow fantasy writer, Annie Douglass Lima, runs a fascinating series called Realm Explorers on her website. Every Monday, a different author answers a series of questions that provide an insight into the fantasy world they have created for their book or books. It was my turn this Monday, and I’m describing Russett, the world of the Nobody’s Fool Quartet.
Twelve-year-old Lottie has learned to fear the marsh. When she strayed from the trail to pick healing flowers, the oozing mud sucked her down and nearly drowned her. Only the prompt action of her older brother, Wade, saved her.
Now, her sweet but foolish brother is in trouble. In pursuit of love he has wandered into terrible danger. Only Lottie can rescue him, but she will have to enter the terrifying marsh. She is about to discover that the greatest wonders live next door to her worst nightmares.
The Cottage in the Marsh is book one of Lottie’s Ballad, a gripping tale of adventure told in verse.
It is available exclusively at Amazon.
I’ve reached the stage where I have to write an enticing blurb to lure the potential reader into exploring further. Sometimes, this part can feel as challenging as writing the book.
Fortunately, Dane from ebooklaunch has provided me with an amazing cover, which I think readers will find irresistible.