If you’d like a good assortment of short stories for adults, then try The Mermaid, this weekend (12/13 August 2017) on Amazon Kindle. It’s FREE. It’s a book of short stories for adults, recently revised. There are who dunnits, love stories, ghost stories and even a venture into the paranormal.
Normally the book is £1.99 on kindle but for this weekend it’s FREE. Here’s the link.
It’s normally $2.59 on kindle, but FREE this weekend. The link is here.
All my ebooks are free on Kindle unlimited all the time.
Just a reminder that all my e-books are free on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited all the time. If you don’t have K.U. then the ebooks are still reasonable.
The Truth Finder is £2.35 and $3.06. A young adult fantasy novel.
The Mermaid is £1.58 and $2.04. A book of original short stories for adults.
The Green Book is £1.99 and $2.58. A children’s chapter book. Great for bedtimes!
Tiny Tyrannosaurus is £2.01 and $2.06. A children’s chapter book.
Nature’s Gold is £2.00 and $2.59. A poetry book of varied forms of poetry.
Autumn Gold is £2.01 and $2.60. A poetry book. Poetry to enjoy.
All the above books are also avaiable in paperback. Desdemona The Dragon Without any Friends, a children’s picture book, is also available in paperback for £8.99 and $12.46
Why not check out my books? Here’s the link to Amazon. UK and here’s the link for USA
The Mermaid on Amazon kindle
My book of short stories, The Mermaid, is free today – Saturday, 7 September 2013, to download from Amazon Kindle. Check it out here. It is free until the end of Monday.
If you haven’t read it yet I hope you enjoy.
Yesterday David and I spent the day at the Alderley Edge Book Festival. We went there to sell my books, Elizabeth Horrock’s fantasy books and an anthology by Winsford Writers. It was a good day and we met and chatted to lots of interesting people, drank lots of tea and ate cake. Can’t be bad!
Here’s me at Alderley Edge Book Festival with a table of books.
Promoting the anthology from Winsford Writers called Banana Time and looking a little startled!
Here is the bookstall at the festival with the anthology, Elizabeth Horrock’s book and of course mine.
I’m writing this blog to share some of my writing. You’ll find stories, poems, reviews and updates on my books. I hope you enjoy reading these as much as I’ve enjoyed writing them. Do leave comments and I’ll try and reply.