Having decided to take book promotion and marketing into my own hands, I have signed up to attend a book fair as an author.
I am aware that I have not posted much about my chief occupation, which is writing, but that is probably because I have not done much writing lately. This is not a matter of choice on my part, but the result of circumstance. In an earlier post I recounted how I had spent my time … Continue reading Where am I up to?
If you have read my previous posts on the topic of marketing, then you will know that so far it has been somewhat underwhelming. My wife suggested a different approach, however, which involves me attending a book fair as an author! I do not know why I never thought of doing this myself. It seems … Continue reading Giving Marketing a Personal Touch
I have come to the end of publishing For Rapture of Ravens chapter by chapter on this blog. I started with The War Wolf and my hope was to inspire some discussion of my work, but to date that has failed. I have not received a single comment. At this point I am not planning … Continue reading Is it worth it?
I hate seeing errors of this nature in my work. I really do try to catch them all before the book goes to print, but, obviously, I am not as successful as I thought I was.
How would Coenred and Mildryth have felt if they had had the ability of true foresight?
And so, the Normans begin their invasion of England.
It is an inevitable part of war that warriors, no matter how brave or accomplished, will die. Alfrid's death has the added touch of tragedy because his youth.
Mildryth is ambivalent to say they least. She has realised that a man like Coenred would be highly prized by a great warchief, and who in the kingdom is greater than the King himself.
While King Harold is in the north of England, Duke Guillaume is best placed to take an advantage in the change of the weather.