How long does it take to buy a house?
Well, we passed the first stage (having an offer accepted) and now we’ve passed the second (the seller has bought another house). So we’re now sorting out all of the financial/legal things.
That includes the survey and will culminate in swapping contracts. Then we can set a moving date and organise everything else in our lives to fit around that. It’s beginning to seem a bit daunting, but we’re still on the happy cloud of imagining decorating our first real home.
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It’s time for a cover reveal! Those of you who follow my various social media feeds will know that I’m all excited because we have a cover for Calling The Wolf!
And yes, I have been teasing you with terribly small clips of it in the form of the main picture for this post. But a cover reveal is terribly exciting and I find it hard keeping it all to myself!
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As those of you who follow me on social media may have become aware, I finally finished my edits on Delivering Hope this week. That means I’ve been sorting out a rather tentative release date and starting to prep all of my release websites (which of course includes Amazon, Smashwords, and Draft2Digital amongst others).
If you haven’t started the Survival trilogy already, I would encourage you to get the first two books. They come in both ebook and paperback BUT if you check out my release event page on Facebook for Delivering Hope, then you can get voucher details on buying the Breaking Cadence ebook at an even cheaper price from Smashwords.
RELEASE EVENT HERE
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So it’s been just over two years since I published my first story, thanks greatly to Katarr Kanticles Press, online as an ebook. That first tome, though short, seems to have been especially well received over time. It was Desecrated Bonds and it marked a journey into the unknown (illustrated below by a shot from the drive to my dad’ birthday meal).
The journey so far has led me to sell seventy books. Maybe that doesn’t sound like a lot, but it’s seventy more books than most people ever sell and it’s seventy more than I’d sold two years ago. And, if I’m honest, I don’t think that’s too bad!
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