Living with the Consequences

This is the first excerpt of my new book, it is slowly coming together. As authors will tell you the first thing you need to do is decide on the subject of the book, the concept and then what you are going to include. Writing this first part cemented the ideas I had formulating in…

Reviews from Amazon

TJ MURRAY 5.0 out of 5 stars A very good read. A very well written and interesting book. It is a true reflection of life and a very relatable book about life’s ups and downs. It made me realise that we all have our own history, some good, some bad, and that it’s the paths…

Yet another satisfied reader

It warms my heart when I get such positive feedback on the book and this is another one. I must admit that even when I read it again about 6 months after publishing I couldn’t put it down either and I know what’s in it! Thank you Lesley: “Well, what can I say. You have…

New Book

Well after a good couple of months I have at last got back to writing my new book. I must admit to losing my way over the last couple of months and to add to that I lost the impetus needed. Perhaps because I have at last started to organise my life after Jemima’s demise…

Getting your book on the shelf

A quick update on my saga with the Book Stores in the UK. As some may realise I have tried several ways to approach the book shops and jumped through many hoops, however, this is the result so far. Apparently central buying is undertake by the large bookstores and they have no interest in new…

The pitfalls of publishing in the USA

Well, after 2 attempts to apply for and get an ITIN number from the USA IRS Tax offices, I have now given up. So far it has cost me in excess of £200 to get copies of my passport and sending registered mail to the USA. Easy I thought, complete the W-7 form, have my…

Readers Favourite Book Award Contest

Still unsure how my book sales are going as I am still awaiting the IRS in the United States to sort out my tax issues, so thought I would invest a bit more into the marketing of my book. Not sure this is the best way forward and it has cost $119 (or £78) to…