Good things are happening, so I thought I would take the opportunity to share some of them here.
I've mentioned Caffeine Nights Publishing in a few posts on here, usually in connection with Nick Quantrill, author of BROKEN DREAMS and the forthcoming THE LATE GREATS, and Ian Ayris and his keenly-anticipated debut novel ABIDE WITH ME. Well, in addition to those good things, Darren Laws at Caffeine Nights has given me a very welcome job as part of his editorial team. I'm absolutely delighted about this and thoroughly enjoying working with such an innovative, forward-looking and dynamic business.
My debut e-book, GONE BAD, has started to attract reviews and - so far - they've been favourable. (I have no doubt that will change. I'll post a link to my first one star review here, when I get it. And no, I'm not encouragng anyone to go and write it!)
Sales of GONE BAD are modest but in line with targets (more on this soon). I'm hoping for a wee boost this month, though, because thanks to the hard work of the very generous Mr Laws at Caffeine Nights, I have some publicity. Ian Robson of THE JOURNAL newspaper interviewed me last week and wrote this feature. Thanks to Darren, Ian and Andy the photographer.Much appreciated!
So, if you are inclined to read GONE BAD, you can find it at Amazon UK, Amazon US and Smashwords for less than a pound.
And if you don't have anything to read it on, you can download something that will do the job free of charge from here. Which will also mean you can get lots of other e-books to read, including the ones published by Caffeine Nights. Can't be bad!