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Roderick Hart published his novel ‘Interleaved Lives‘ as an ebook through Troubadour Publishing a year ago.
Rod dearly wanted to publish it as a paperback, because many of his readers have preferred to read his books that way in the past and Blackwell’s stocked it.
We had discussed his project here at Eventispress several times, but decided that it wasn’t the best time to launch a paperback for sales in bookshops, during lockdown especially, and so Rod chose the option with his other publisher, to focus on an e book only at first.
We at Eventispress are pleased that we published Interleaved Lives as a paperback a month ago, initially on Amazon, but aim for it to be more widely available in June.
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At Eventispress, we are excited today to announce the launch of
Roderick Hart’s novel is now in paperback on Amazon:
Soon to be available to order in bookshops too.
The paperback will be launched on Tuesday 29th March 2022!
Released as a paperback next Tuesday!
MORE DETAILS ON MONDAY 28TH MARCH 2022!
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Author Roderick Hart is not new to writing. Here is his Amazon Page. Our task at Eventispress is to publish his latest novel as a paperback (more shortly) and a short story which is a prequel to Time to Talk, the first in his crime series.
About the Author ~ in Roderick’s words
In years gone by I travelled extensively in Afghanistan, Iran and Turkey. I should also admit that I made bubble gum in Philadelphia, so my record on public health isn’t good.
I have always been as interested in music as the written word. In addition to listening, I have composed quite a lot. A violin sonata and a clarinet trio were performed in public, both of them written on manuscript paper and now lost. Since those early days technology has moved on and I have written directly into notation software, exporting the music to audio. So thanks to the cloud, nothing gets lost any longer.
For many years I published poetry in newspapers, magazines and anthologies of Scottish verse. This was a sensible choice, since running a recording studio (spoken word, music and sound effects for radio and theatre) left little time and even less energy for anything longer.
Retired now, I have been able to concentrate on novels. Time to Talk was published in October 2013, to be followed by A Serious Business early in 2014. Both are set in Edinburgh. I have just published (November 2019) a new title, The Ears of a Cat, in which I range far and wide and don’t set foot once in my native city. A paperback edition of Interleaved Lives will appear early in 2022 courtesy of Eventispress, a book which sees me back in Edinburgh.
I live with my wife in the grounds of an old convent from which, I read, five nuns were expelled in 1938. I wonder why?
I post on Twitter
And blog at https://reinholdsite.wordpress.com/about/
What an interesting life!
We wish Rod all the luck in the world with his writing.