Monthly Archives: March 2011

Supporting Comic Relief

Following a suggestion on an Amazon discussion thread by Alison Buck, who created the cover and the amazing illustrations for Crypto da Vinci, I will donate all my royalties from sales of either of my books on the UK kindle … Continue reading

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Appeal to readers

I’m appealing to my readers [actually that is probably not true given that I’m far too ugly to appeal to anyone - my wife aside, thank goodness, who nonetheless assures me that both her eyesight and mental faculties are intact]. … Continue reading

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Just read: Res Gestae Divi Augusti: Text, Translation, and Commentary by Alison E. Cooley

Res Gestae Divi Augusti (or RGDA) can be translated as “The Deeds of the Deified Augustus”.  It was written by the Roman Emperor Augustus at the end of his life, as an account of his achievements, to be displayed as … Continue reading

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Crypto da Vinci published as an eBook

Crypto da Vinci has now been published as an eBook, just in time for the end of Read an eBook Week! It is now available on Kindle and will soon be is now live on Kobo as well. If you … Continue reading

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Read an eBook Week 2011

It’s Read an eBook Week at the moment. So if you’re looking for inspiration for an eBook to read and you haven’t already read Library of the Soul (why not?) now would be a good opportunity  It’s on sale for … Continue reading

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On distribution

When my first novel (Library of the Soul) was originally published it came out in paperback in the UK and I licensed the first worldwide rights to my publisher (Alnpete Press) – which meant they could sell it in any … Continue reading

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