Today I’m delighted to share a review of an outstanding book. ‘They’ll Never Read That: how to make mistakes in publishing‘ by Tony Collins was published by Sarah Grace Publishing on 31 January 2022. I embarked upon this book from the viewpoint of an author long experienced in bruising and teasing encounters with the worldContinue reading “Book Review: ‘They’ll Never Read That: how to make mistakes in publishing’ by Tony Collins”
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I’m pleased to announce that I have signed a contract
I’m pleased to announced that I have signed a contract with history publishers Amberley Publishing for a book about Warwickshire to be published in June 2020. This will be a highly illustrated book full of stories arranged under themes from Shakespeare’s ghosts and spirits. The book will explore some of the supernatural and spiritual storiesContinue reading “I’m pleased to announce that I have signed a contract”
Forging Our Own Paths and Surviving the Internet Sirens
On 1st September at the beginning of my Mystical Circles blog tour, author and blogger Sacha Black hosted a guest post from me on her blog. In my next few posts I shall be re-blogging my posts and auhor interviews on that blog tour. So today’s post is the article Sacha first published, calledContinue reading “Forging Our Own Paths and Surviving the Internet Sirens”
Whatever Happened to Small is Beautiful?
In 1993, E.F. Schmacher published a book entitled Small is Beautiful: A Study of Economics as if People Mattered. It was well received, and promised a potential revolution in ideas for capitalism and for the consumer society. Recently I saw a plea from a Christian charity for us to invest in poor (“small” in economicContinue reading “Whatever Happened to Small is Beautiful?”