My first book makes the Kindle bookshelf

For me it is a dream come true, my book has been published!

It is quite a feeling logging onto a site like Amazon and seeing your hard work appearing there and not just that but knowing that it is for sale! What a rush!

After four years of writing, research, re-writing, more research, and then hours of fine tuning, my project has finally seen the light of day. Looking back it does not actually seem that long ago when I had the first idea to begin writing this book, although that is actually incorrect, my first idea was to write a book about how the Saxons defeated the largest Viking army ever to set foot in England at Stamford Bridge, but then I discovered that there was more to it than that. Anyway, I digress, the fact is that without checking my prodigous amount of notes I would not have thought that I had spent four years doing this!

The good thing is, however, well at least I think that it is, that The Sorrow Song Trilogy project has only just begun really; there’s two more books to write! So why I am busy doing that I don’t suppose you fancy having a stoll along to Amazon and having a look do you?

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FBZW76E

And here’s my author’s page (if anyone happens to be interested?!)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B00FCRZU56

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About petercwhitaker

I am an independent author with a love for life!
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3 Responses to My first book makes the Kindle bookshelf

  1. steviepreater says:

    Congratulations! I will be sure to check it out

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