My first children’s novel, titled Merlin and Guinevere: A Happenstance Meeting, is now available in both paperback and ebook editions! Please follow this link and start your adventure with the young sorcerer Merlin.
Merlin and Guinevere: A Happenstance Meeting
I am currently looking for anyone interested in reading and reviewing ‘Merlin’. I am extremely proud of this novel and want to share it with as wide an audience as possible; having positive reviews on Amazon and Goodreads will help make it easier for others to find. If you are interested in children’s fiction, featuring magic, adventure and mystery, then please leave a comment, and I will be in touch with your free digital edition!
I can now reveal the cover art for my upcoming children’s book, ‘Merlin and Guinevere: A Happenstance Meeting.’ A massive thank you to Catherine Redgate at g00glie-eye Designs for the gorgeous artwork!
Over the weekend I participated in a highly enjoyable interview with The Book Bag, which you can find by following this link: Link to Book Bag Inteview. The first question (‘When you close your eyes and imagine your readers, what do you see?’) was really difficult to answer! I had a great time discussing my debut novel and my writing process in general. The Book Bag have also published a review of ‘A Reverie of Brothers’, which raises lots of interesting points!
My debut novel, ‘A Reverie of Brothers’, is now available on the Kindle for digital download*. I started writing this 90,000 word novel at the age of sixteen, after reading Mervyn Peake’s Gormenghast Novels for the first time and falling in love with the dreamlike setting of the castle. After six years of redrafting and experimenting, I am thrilled to finally present the finished product. Please help an independent self-published author (I don’t have the money to fund an expensive marketing campaign) by sharing the link and leaving a review. Thank you very much for your support, book lovers! 🙂