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.
Originally posted on The Book Lover's Boudoir:
Winter Downs by Jan Edwards Published by Penkhull Press Ebook Published 3 June 2017 238 pages ARC Connect with the author Buy the book: UK (affiliate’s link) Buy the book: USA I was given an ARC by the author and voluntarily reviewed it. I am delighted to take…
The day began with an early-bird visit to the Radio Stoke Saturday Breakfast with Stuart Ellis and Jodie Looker at 7.45. I don’t do morning so that was a shock to the system but Stuart and Jodie are lovely people and it seemed to go well despite my shock at being up before 6am!
Originally posted on Chat About Books:
I am over the moon to be joining in with Jan Edwards’ Winter Downs blog tour! 🙂 Today is Launch Day too!! My review….. (written 15th May) Happy Launch Day to Jan Edwards and Penkhull Press! 🙂 If you enjoy historical fiction and/or a good murder mystery, then you will…
I shall be up bright and early on Saturday – no lie in to prepare for Winter Downs launch day because I shall be chatting with Stuart Ellis and Jodie Looker on their Saturday Breakfast show at 7.45 am! Getting exciting now!
Originally posted on Jan Edwards:
Enter the Winter Downs giveaway on Goodreads And don’t forget the Winter Downs launch 3rd June. (see poster for details) ?
Enter the Winter Downs giveaway on Goodreads And don’t forget the Winter Downs launch 3rd June. (see poster for details)
Five Q&As and Four guest blogs written in nine days and I can’t use one of then on my own blog page until next month when the Winter Downs blog tour begins… 🙂 Finding something different to say on the same subject is exhausting. This blog tour lark is harder work that writing the book!… Read More Tour-crazy
Preparations for the launch party of Winter Downs are well under way! (3rd June City Central Library, Hanley, in case you missed the notes 🙂 ) And today the proof copy landed on the mat. Excited now!
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…
My latest blog for Authors Electric is on the hell of preparing to send your darling out into the world – otherwise known as book launch hell! You can read it all here.
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
The launch of Winter Downs is approaching fast and plans are gradually taking shape for our WW2 themed tea and cakes celebration! As a part of the celebrations fellow author Jem Shaw and I have come up with the notion of reading out a series of imagined letters between a pilot Terry in France and his… Read More Letters From Home #ww2 #winterdowns #crimefiction
For a chance to win a signed copy of Winter Downs just sign up for my newsletter via my Contact page or pm me with your email address between now and the launch on Winter Downs on 3rd June! There will be a Tea and cakes 1940s Launch party! 11.30 am to 1.30 pm on3rd June… Read More Win a copy of Winter Downs
Tea and cakes and books – what more could you wish for? The 1940s themed launch party for Winter Downs, the WW2 crime novel from 6X6 author Jan Edwards, of course! Tea and cake as Jan reads from Winter Downs and answers your questions. There will also be readings from other authors with a 40s flavour so come… Read More Winter Downs Launch Party
Sign up for my newsletter between now and June 3rd to be in with a chance of winning a signed copy of my forthcoming crime novel Winter Downs! (UK) Offers for e-copies to follow.
My luuuuuuurrverly contrib copy of The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories – Part VI: 2017 Annual arrived today! Available in hardback and paperback editions.
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
Free entry! Writers please contact us by last day of Feb! via 14th March 6X6! — 6×6 ReadingCafe
Older Fantasycon goers amongst us will remember the annual Fcon report that appeared in the BFS Newsletter/Bulletin/Prism following Fantasycon each year.
Something Remains & Private Lives of Elder things launch at Fantasycon-by-the-Sea 24th September 2016 https://www.facebook.com/events/1325216947502646/ Something Remains available for pre order Private Life of Elder Things
Originally posted on Peter Coleborn:
At the 2013 World Fantasy Convention, held in Brighton, Joel Lane’s Where Furnaces Burn won the World Fantasy Award for Best Collection. Due to personal problems Joel wasn’t able to collect the award in person. I had intended to visit Joel soon after, meet up for one of our irregular…
Originally posted on in the pines:
Last year, Peter Coleborn of the award-winning Alchemy Press contacted me about a project he was working on with Pauline E. Dungate that I couldn’t possibly have said no to: an anthology based on some of the unfinished work of the British writer Joel Lane. After Joel’s untimely death in…
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)
Today sees the online launch for Fables and Fabrications! Launch day today! 6pm to midnight! Chat and fun and virtual libations! Plus! Join in the fun to win one of two giveaway paper copies! (UK) and if you can’t make it never fear – you can purchase paper and kindle copies from the usual outlets!”
5th of May is online launch day for Fables & Fabrications and I shall be holding a draw for Fables and Fabrications at the Online Launch tomorrow – Two lucky people will be picked at random to win free copies (UK addresses only) To take part all you need do is drop by at the… Read More Fables and Fabrications Launch Day Giveaway!
I love cats and have included two cat stories in Fables and Fabrication. One of the things I like about cats is their inscrutability and independence. Whatever they might try to convince you of a cat deigns to liver with you, and unless you lock the doors and windows a better offer from the house down the road will… Read More Pre-fables
In need of a little brightness today so I am highlighting two slightly comic stories from the fourteen included in Fables and Fabrications.