Look what just landed on the doormat. How lovely and now I’m off to the garden with a cuppa and a ham and mustard cob to read through.
I’ve started a new job this week, and getting into the swing of it. The people are friendly and the hours still give me time to go the the gym. What a fantastic cover they’ve chosen. Is it bad to say you can’t wait to read your own book even if you know what’s in it:)) It’s dated the 28th July, so will be in the shops soon. Hope you enjoy it if you buy and read it.
Redington is now in a real bookshop – in Norfolk.
Proud to say that Redington is now available to buy in a Norfolk Book Shop.
If you live anywhere near Holt in North Norfolk, you can pop in and have a browse. Independent bookshops are a rare find, and I’m so happy that my characters have found their way onto the shelves in there. Hope they behave themselves.
My Mum is on Chapter 5 – The Ghost of Windmill Walk, and she tells me she’s enjoying the stories.
Another delivery of books is due soon, so then I hope to add to the list of independent bookshops to stock my little gem.
We have a winner of the Redington paperback book.
How exciting, I’ve folded all the names into three, and given them a good shuffle in the fruit box, watched carefully by the adjudicator, and another shuffle and another one. Now, he’s selecting one name to be the winner of the free book.
She’s on a roll, it’s
So pleased for you, Linda. All in the same week of winning the Alfie dog short story competition as well. The book will be winging it’s way to you very soon.
If you click on the tab above to take you to my website. Then under Welcome to Sue’s writing site tab, you’ll see my C.V. page. On there is my email, to let me have your address. Hope you enjoy the stories, even though you’ve read some.
Thanks to everyone who had a go, and shame there can only be one winner. I’d love you all to have a copy, but that wouldn’t be sensible. Have a great weekend everyone.
Win a copy of Redington – stories from the village in mid Norfolk.
If you’re looking for something different as a stocking filler, then how about a free copy of Redington signed by the author – me – to give to someone special. Or you could keep it yourself to slot onto the bookshelf and read when you want something to cheer you up.
There’s my little gem in-between Wuthering Heights and Rebecca.
All you need to do is pop a comment in the box, and then a week from now, my lovely hubby will draw a name from the hat. I couldn’t discriminate between everyone as all my followers are smashing and I know the winner will be someone who will appreciate the book. Let’s face it I didn’t think at one point it would ever see light of day.
If you want to read a kindle copy, or buy the book it’s available on the link below.
Buy Redington here.
Now I’m working on a plan to get my real book into the real wide world. Please have a think of leaving a review if you download the kindle version or if you buy the book. Especially if it’s going to be a good one.
Just come back from work, and now off to relax a bit…
Redington the book will be available soon.
The proof has arrived, and it’s looking good, apart from the odd comma needing to be a full stop. Soon sort those out and then I can press the button to say, print…
It’s really lovely to have a proper book after looking at the stories in print on the web. And the very first story in the collection was written with People’s Friend in mind. That was years ago, but it’s a story I liked so kept it in a bottom drawer.
When editor of Creative Frontiers, which has now closed down, Martin West, read the story, he told me that it read like a People’s Friend story to him. So glad I wasn’t a hundred miles out. Then after that first story, which was published in serial form, he asked for another. A month later I wrote another, and so on. He gave the stories the label of – The Archers meets Midsummer Murders.
The theme was the village, set in mid Norfolk, called Redington. The same characters appear in some stories and new ones are added as the pages turn. I’m so attached to the characters and place now that there will be more to follow.
As soon as the book is available, I’ll put a link on here. Also I’ll be doing a giveaway on my blog to one lucky follower.
I’ve got quite a few words written of the next romantic novel. I didn’t sign up to the official November challenge as you probably know, but I’ve got my chapter detail headings, and keep adding more and more information under each one. Now the story is beginning to form and hopefully it will turn into something that will make sense, and follow on from the first one. Always aiming for Mills & Boon, I’m trying to get more passion into this one and focus on the two main characters. When I sent Hats to them, they told me that the minor characters interfered too much. They’re right, but my main character is young and she learns to stick up for herself from the older ones.
The collection of Redington stories are now published into one volume…
The new cover of my latest e-publication. Don’t you just love it? I know I do, and it’s exactly how I wanted it to be.
A collection of 9 stories set in my favourite made up village in mid-Norfolk.
So far, it’s available on Amazon.com and soon will be on the .uk one as well. Here…
Nine stories in all, ending with The Wedding… It’s taken a while, so at last I can get on with something else now. Like the serial for People’s Friend magazine, and a story for the Alfie dog competiton.
Coming next week, interview with Glynis Scrivens and all about her latest book, which I need to get. Edit is a four letter word.
My latest Redington serial is published here. Creative Frontiers.
If you’re new to my Redington village stories, you can find links to the first three on my website.
There’s also some Billy Fury music on there for those who like a bit of nostalgia.
Redington is in mid Norfolk and is one of those villages where everyone knows what’s going on and who’s who.
The first three are, The Redington Millions, The New Arrivals, and Murder at Brook House Farm.
My next one will be a ghostly tale, as the last two are murders, and I don’t want it to become a village
of horrors. The Ghost of Windmill Walk is next, then Midnight on Colley Hill will be a Halloween tale.
Hope you enjoy the story if you read it.