If anyone takes the Weekend Sentinel around Stoke on Trent – there is a 2 page article there on Winter Downs and me! No link to the paper as yet – you’ll need to go out any buy it.
The blog tour today pulls into Ali The Dragon Slayer’s site with a review and a guest post by your truly The most commonly asked questions any author can usually be simplified as why, where and who – so here goes: What is Winter Downs about? In January of 1940 a small rural community on… Read More Winter Downs Blog Tour : Alison Drew
Enter the Winter Downs giveaway on Goodreads And don’t forget the Winter Downs launch 3rd June. (see poster for details)
Originally posted on shamansland:
Children of the Shaman is now on sale from Amazon and Amazon UK. More formats and sites to follow! Published by Kristell Ink Publications, with cover art by Daniele Serra and internal illustrations by Evelinn Enoksen. Many thanks to everyone at Kristell Ink, who worked hard to bring this to fruition……
Originally posted on Novelgossip:
Goodreads|Amazon US|Amazon UK Release date: May 5, 2017 Publisher: Pigeon Park Press Genre: Chick Lit Blurb:? Ella Hannaford has a small business to run, an overworked father to look after and a future stepmother who wants a perfect wedding.? Can she avoid a girly night out with her clueless stepsister? Can…
The launch of my crime novel Winter Downs – a not so every day story of country folk – is approaching fast! To celebrate Winter Downs and Jem Shaw’s forthcoming wartime tale of airplanes and pilots (follow up to The Larks), we came up with these letters between “Mu and Terry” ; a newly married couple living through… Read More Letters From Home : 2 #ww2crime #winterdowns
Originally posted on The Penkhull Press:
Latest news We are delighted to announce the launch of Winter Downs by Jan Edwards! 3rd June 2017 ISBN 978-0-9930008-6-7 / paperback £7.99 tbc | ebook £2.99 tbc The Winter Downs launch party will be held in the Tolkien Room at the City Central Library, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent on 3rd June…
Those blog tours are tough. I am all too aware of how interviews can be a drain on the valuable reading time of bloggers and reviewers, and how coming up with a fresh angle is not always possible. To make life that bit easier I have a list of questions that you can ask me… Read More Blog Tour Q&As
Good time had on 6 Towns Radio Curtain Call show with Becs and Rob! Misha and I always have fun with our semi-regular slots on the show talking about writers, writing and writing events in and around Stoke-on-Trent, and last saturday was no exception! *** as an aside – note the grin.… Read More Always Fun #6townsradio @6TRcurtaincall
Now available for pre-orders on Amazon in time for the launch on Arthur Conan Doyle’s birthday. Includes fiction by: Bob Byrne, Julie McKuras, Derrick Belanger, Robert Perret, Deanna Baran, Gregg Rosenquist, Hugh Ashton, David Timson, Shane Simmons, Stephen Wade, Mark Mower, David Friend, Nick Cardillo, Roger Riccard, Srinivasan Subramanian, Carl L. Heifetz, Geri Schear, S.F. Bennett,… Read More The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories – Part VI: 2017 Annual
Bunch and Dodo – my ww2 crime investigators – now have their own twitter feed! @BunchandDodo and are currently tweeting the first chapter of Winter Downs one sentence at a time!
There is a kickstarter campaign for the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories: Part VI 2017 here Latest in the best selling series all sold in aid of the restoration of Doyle’s former home, Undershaw (now The Stepping Stones school) Intended publication date is 22nd May 2017
First day of 2017 and that traditional news round-up of the previous twelve months. First of all I wish you all a wonderful 2017 and thank you all for supporting my writing over 2016! 2016 was a strange year. A great deal of it felt as if life in the Edwards-Coleborn household was marking time. Health… Read More Happy New Year!
Concerning the Events in Leinster Gardens (Title story from Leinster Gardens & Other Subtleties (c) Jan Edwards) The paving under his feet rumbled, setting shivers up through the soles of his boots. It was the Tube; only trains, he knew that. The ginger-moustachioed officer told him, as he’d sold Archie his ticket, how the Metropolitan… Read More Christmas Ghosts – Free story for one week only!
It’s a one-legged Woozlum.’ My father assured me. ‘It’s a cross between an Oozlum and a Woozle. Very rare.’ I looked down at the row of small round holes that trailed through the snow next to our bootprints and snorted both amusement and exasperation. I loved my fathers’ elaborate jokes but there were times when… Read More Sussex Tales Christmas
My latest blog for Authors Electric on those unexpected characters HERE
The Winter 6×6 details here
Now is the time of year when we are all busy buying gifts for people we love. The best way to help any author is not just to buy their books for yourself but to buy them for others and pass the word! Your friends get a great gift and your writing friends have their work… Read More Book Gifting #bookgifting #buymorebooks
Debbie Bennett talks about moving outside of our comfort zone.
What is your favourite piece of art? What memories does it conjure up? What feelings? And why? When Jill asked me those questions my mind went blank, only to be ambushed seconds later by a swirl of… Source: Our Lives in Art
In the light ( 🙂 ) of this week’s supermoon… An extract from ‘Drawing Down the Moon’ – one of the creepy tales to be found in my collection Fables and Fabrications. (Available in paper and kindle formats) *** …She breathed in ozone-laden moisture and remembered how she had stood on the hillside within the… Read More An Extract From ‘Drawing Down The Moon’ #fiction #fables&fabrications #horror
Older Fantasycon goers amongst us will remember the annual Fcon report that appeared in the BFS Newsletter/Bulletin/Prism following Fantasycon each year.
Yesterday saw the start of the Live Age Festival featuring such guests as Roger McGough! (Photo M. Herwin)
It seems a very long time ago that I was involved in writing a Dr Who script for Reeltime Pictures, but we now have an IMDB listing for White Witch of Devil’s End! It is official. I am a now screen writer! YAY!!!!!! Team comprises Jan Edwards, Debbie Bennett, Sam Stone, Raven Dane, Suzanne Barbieri and David… Read More IMDB Listed! (YAY!!)
My latest blog over at Authors Electric
Misha Herwin and I shall be on the Becs and Rob Curtain Call show on 6 Towns radio tomorrow (30th July) talking about bookish things! Should be around 5ish but tune in from 4.30 onwards!
I was recently sent an article on author profiles – i.e. the details that should be included when publicising yourself and your work. Now the original piece was all about publicity handouts but I decided that it could also count at least in part for my blog page.
Originally posted on Noirish:
The hugely talented writer Joel Lane, best known for his dark fantasy, died far too young in 2013. He left behind him scattered notes for a myriad of stories that he’d never gotten around to writing, and it occurred to Pauline Dungate that a suitable memorial to him might be a…
TOC for upcoming anthology ’13 Signs’ Edited by Dean Drinkel Published by Nocturnicorn Books (due out end of July 2016) (Illo uncorrected promo)
I shall be on 6Towns radio, along with writer, Misha Herwin, talking about our books Fables and Fabrications and Picking up the Pieces with The Curtain Call Show’s ‘Becs and Rob’. Pick us up online here between 4.45 and 5.15! (give or take a few minutes 🙂 )