Simon Whaley’s latest book, The Business of Writing, is a collection of 25 articles from his Business of Writing column in Writing Magazine. Tackling a variety of subjects, it looks at the business side of writing including:
Christopher Smith has just published his fourth book in his The First Sword Chronicles, which is now available from Amazon here, priced £2.39 in Kindle format.
The synopsis is as follows:
Lonely and friendless, Irithelie has lived her whole life in the hall from which her exalted mother rules the armies and the peoples of the alvenkind. She yearns to show that she is more than a helpless child, and when she and her sisters are despatched across the dark between the worlds on a mission to return the alven people to their homeland it seems her chance may have finally arrived.
But Iri has a secret power, dangerous and unique, and when it is revealed the love and concern of those closest to her may swiftly turn to fear or even hatred.
Meanwhile, the ambitious Summer Phoenix makes her way to Eternal Pantheia just in time to foil an attempt on the life of Princess Romana. Eager for glory and recognition, Summer swiftly joins the new First Sword of the Empire, Michael Callistus, to investigate a series of disappearances on the Imperial frontier, disappearances that may be connected to the assassination attempt…and involve creatures not scene in Pelarius for thousands of years.
The World Serpent comes to claim all crowns, and the army of dragons will devour all worlds that stand before him.
Chris Smith has just published a novel on Amazon Kindle, under the name of Frances Smith, called Spirit of the Sword: Pride and Fury.
The synopsis is as follows:
Which member of Wrekin Writers is Tora Williams? Find out more, and her success at winning first prize in a Mills and Boon competition, by reading her interview on the Mills and Boon blog : http://www.millsandboon.co.uk/historical-heroes-winner-tora-williams
I Think I’m OK by C S Kenny
The Writers’ Group Handbook by Julie Phillips
Ten Teatime Tales by Simon Whaley
Red Kite by Diane Perry
Photography for Writers by Simon Whaley
Gardens of Delight by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction) – note, this is a compendium of previously published works.
Garden Of Thorns by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
The Bluffer’s Guide to Dogs by Simon Whaley
A Taste For Blood by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
Rhoda by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
The Positively Productive Writer by Simon Whaley
Virginia by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
Aound Shrewsbury by Dorothy Nicolle
Shropshire’s Oddities by Dorothy Nicolle
The Bluffer’s Guide to Hiking by Simon Whaley
In An English Country Dungeon by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
Puppytalk – 50 Ways To Make Friends With Your Puppy by Simon Whaley
(For 7 to 11 year olds)
In A Japanese Knot Garden by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
Running A Writer’s Circle by Simon Whaley
For more information about Simon visit: www.simonwhaley.co.uk
In A Welsh Country garden by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
Fundraising for a Community Project by Simon Whaley
Hand in Glove by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
Best Walks in the Welsh Borders by Simon Whaley
The Bluffer’s Guide to Banking by Simon Whaley (co-written with Robert Cooper)
The Little Book of Alternative Garden Wisdom – by Simon Whaley
A Rose Without Thorns by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (Erotic Fiction)
100 Muddy Paws For Thought by Simon Whaley
In A French Country Vineyard by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (NOTE: THIS IS EROTIC FICTION)
Gentlemen of the River: The Last Coraclemen of the Severn Gorge by Phyllis Blakemore
Laodameia by Yvonne Sarah Lewis (NOTE: THIS IS EROTIC FICTION)
The Funny, Friendly Zoo by Mollie Bolt
My Funny, Friendly Zoo by Mollie Bolt is a beautifully illustrated, poetic tour through an child’s ideal zoo! All profits from the sale of this publication will be shared between the Severn Hospice and Hope House.
43 L Plates – A Collection of Short Stories (includes a short story by Darren Bailey)
How would you link an ‘L’ Plate with a dog, a padlock, a railway, and a pair of scissors? Well, Darren did! Buy the anthology to find out how!