Thursday, December 31, 2009
The latest Star Trek Movie
Now I have to rework part four of my next book as part of the story was just too near to what I had planned!
I'm not saying what part!
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Welcome and thanks for coming!
If any of you want help getting a copy of the book- just say so here.
I know not everybody had one of them danged credit cards so if you want a copy, I can work something out.
Advertising and reviews are just another form of currency to me- I love trading!
Friday, December 25, 2009
Now in Paper copy!
Although it isn't cheap at $25 US +P&P!
Friday, December 18, 2009
From Christmas day until New Year's day only, I will be GIVING AWAY Meddlers In Time at Smashwords. You heard it right- ABSOLUTLY FREE!!!Watch here for the discount coupon code!
Here is the coupon code:
Customers enter the code prior to completing their checkout to receive a discount.
Now click the picture on the right to go to Smashwords where the book is sold!
I just wish they would put fantasy away in it's own class and not with sci-fi!
Friday, December 4, 2009
Work- the writer's curse!
But I have finished the first draft of Meddlers In Time-Catspaw (Part One)
The storyline for Part Two - The Cockatoo River Incident- is finished and now I just need to type it up.
I will be putting this one out as a stand-alone novella. Thanks to Smashwords, doing this in ebook form is a doddle!
The Cockatoo River Incident
Throughout the Empire of Man there are many great memorials to the fallen. On the planet of Yalumba there is one of the smallest, yet the events leading to its creation, history has shown to be the most pivotal in the course of the empire.
In the Ikuntji province, exactly 847 meters from the Cockatoo River Misson bell tower, there is a small knoll. The grape vines now have been cleared for 200 meters around. Circling the top is a simple tall hedge of Arcacia. Within the hedge is a circular grass lawn. Around the border of this lawn are 37 simple crosses- half a meter high and irridium plated. At the center of the Lawn are 16 similar but smaller crosses, grouped together in four rows of four. The single gateway of wrought iron has no decoration but a single word.
This is the story of the events leading to what is now known as 'The Cockatoo River Incident'.
The day the Empire realized that 'Live and let live' was no longer an option...