Monthly Archives: October 2010

Another money off code from Lulu

Just for the Halloween weekend – enter code GHOST at checkout and get 20% off any order up to £100. I wouldn’t say my books are particularly Halloween-appropriate, though they do have monsters in. 😉

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Blogroll

Well, I have now made the grand total of 45p from Amazon referrals. When I told my husband about this he said ‘Well done!’ entirely unironically. Oh dear. I also had a baffling email from Amazon this morning suggesting I … Continue reading

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Things I have achieved today

Finally worked out where one of the damn flashbacks fits into Heavy Ice. Yay! Including flashbacks is like starting one of those novelty three-dimensional jigsaw puzzles: it’s only a good idea if you have a very clear idea of what … Continue reading

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Worldbuilding

The BBC just finished an amazing project called A History Of The World In 100 Objects. I’m still working my way through listening to the podcasts. The idea is that each short programme takes an object from the British Museum’s … Continue reading

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Quick two line update

Amazon.co.uk is acknowledging the existence of The Hawkwood War! Also, my husband is reading The Maker’s Mask and doesn’t hate it so far, which is a relief.

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Welcome!

Since the book seems to have been recommended in a couple of places (thank you, recommenders!) welcome, new readers! Here are some posts you may find useful: About the books Reasons why you should buy my books Extract from The … Continue reading

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More book sightings

Exciting news – The Maker’s Mask is now available on amazon.com, and The Hawkwood War is apparently on its way, if inexplicably high-priced. Please let me know if you spot the books for sale anywhere else online!

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