Hello Everyone. I’m running a free book promotion this weekend on Amazon, so if you happen to be a member of Kindle Unlimited, you can download Diana’s Leap for free on Saturday and Sunday. Thanks for your comments and ratings on Goodreads and Amazon, and have a great weekend.
The ebook version of my new novel, Diana’s Leap, goes on sale later today for the larcenous price of $3.95 U.S. The sale price remains in effect until after New Year’s Day when regular pricing resumes. Better get your copy today!
It’s list time again. Not Santa’s list. Your list. Regardless of whether they’ve been good, bad or indifferent, you’ve got names on your list and gifts to be given. Why not make it easy on yourself this year? Avoid the long line-ups and the crowds. Give them books from Amazon this Christmas and reduce your shopping time from hours and hours to just minutes. Just click, type your name and address in the bill to section and one of the lucky people on your list in the ship to section, and voila… shopping’s done.
Oh yeah… You don’t have to include one of my books in your shopping spree, but if you do, that would be just fine too.
Hi there. I’m running a free book promotion for my new book, Diana’s Leap, this weekend. If you are a Kindle Unlimited Subscriber, you can download the book for free starting this Friday. If you’re not a subscriber, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial.
The promotion runs from Friday through Sunday. After that, the ebook goes back to its regular price of $6.95 US. Don’t be disappointed. Download now.
Well… It’s finally here: launch day for my new book, Diana’s Leap.
This book has been almost 15 years in the making, so it’s an auspicious occasion for me even though I’m spending most of it alone at my desk—pretty typical for a writer.
I remember when I wrote the first draft of the opening conversation between Cathy and Diana in Chapter One, and thinking “Hey. That’s not bad. Maybe this could be something.” I had no idea how the story would unfold at that point, although I had an inkling about how it should end in the final chapter.
I was still working at BCIT then, and it was a very busy time for me. In addition to my day job and family responsibilities, I was doing a master’s degree at Athabasca University and teaching night school, so there wasn’t much time for writing. One of my tricks in those days was to send emails to myself with a paragraph or two of copy that I’d write on my cell phone during my commute to work or while waiting for a meeting to start. Later, when I found a free hour or two, I’d consolidate the emails into a cohesive chunk and add them to the book.
It was kind of a slow process though and by the time I retired in 2015, I only had four chapters written, although those four chapters were re-organized into six in the final version. After I quit work, I thought I’d be able to bang it out pretty quick, but it took me another two years to write the last 19 chapters and five months to do the editing.
I’m hopeful the book will do well, but even if it doesn’t I’ll still be very proud of this book. I think it’s the best thing I’ve ever written. Here’s the links: