Progress, of sorts, the book is also available as download on KINDLE, Amazon.co.uk, bit cheaper, and I know easier, for some. Means I can carry it round with me to show ot
Struggling with the first scene of the screenplay, having not written a montage scene before, it's all just quick images, but lots of pages of writing, best get on with it then while they are all out the house. Why is it so difficult to get teenagers into the fresh air on lovely days when the sun shines? I'm missing the coast, ready for another sea swim, a fresh dip in the British Briny - without the equipment we wore for this pic, taken during coasteering off the Welsh coast a few years back.
Thursday, 28 July 2011
Wednesday, 13 July 2011
Having negotiated the murky waters of self publishing, and the not infallible world of self proofing (other readers may be able to spot any 'deliberate' mistakes) the She Who Dares book is finally published!!! Available at Amazon.com - $30 (about £18) with free shipping, and I'll get it on Amazon.co.uk in Kindle form soon. Phew, it's been almost as scary as taking a high jump in coasteering or a forward somersault in synchronised swimming, but not quite.
Now we wait for the feedback, the response was immediate from a fellow writer, Mr. Frank Cottrell Boyce: "Hooray" - perhaps that's all he needs to write when he fulfils his role in penning the opening speech to the 2012 olympics - what more is there to say, but HOORAY!!!!