If you ever want a sense of how expensive things have become I suggest, like me, you find yourself in a situation where your disposable income is vastly reduced. You were perhaps aware of costs creeping up over the years but only then do you appreciate how ridiculous things are: Council tax – over £200… Continue reading The value of a good book
I’m one of those irritating people who can spot a spelling mistake or a rogue apostrophe from 50 paces. As a consequence, when I made the decision to self-publish I thought it would be easy for me to edit my own work. Turns out I was wrong. I like to check through my finished book… Continue reading Editing your own work
Gamekeeper Turned Poacher: Retribution has now been released - yippee! It would be wrong of me to start talking about that tricky second TV series or trying to follow up a hit music album whilst we’re still trying to take the original to a wider audience. However, the feedback has been excellent which does place… Continue reading Here we go again!
Those of you who have read my book will know I get a bit gushy in my afterword about how grateful I am that someone has chosen to read my book. However, I wanted to provide you with a more public thank you. If I do manage to make this work as a new career,… Continue reading Early adopters
I used to be a closet writer. Something I kept a secret and only my wife knew about. Then when it became serious enough to consider a career change some people had to find out because there is little point writing books if no one is aware of their existence. When you self-publish you rely… Continue reading Coming out