Continuing with marketing tips here on Eventispress, three of our authors are giving away short stories and encouraging readers to sign up for their newsletters:
Ian K Pulham’s Radical Action, is a standalone prequel to Ian’s debut novel Ticket to Eden:
Roderick Hart’s Back to the Wall, which includes some of the characters in his recent novel Interleaved Lives:
Author Diana Jackson’s short story is unrelated to her novels but has a quirky title, A Very Yellow Memory and like much of Diana’s work is fiction but has fragments of truth much in the flavour of The Healing Paths of Fife:
We are in conversation with two new authors at the moment too. Our policy is to help each to find the right path for the author and so we’ll see, but we do like to support authors to follow their dreams.
Diana continues to support her local community in Fife. All profits for The Healing Paths of Fife sold locally in Kinghorn will benefit the Play Parks scheme, who are raising money to improve the play facilities for the children of Kinghorn.
After two successful talks this year at Kinghorn Lunchclub and at The Burntisland and Kinghorn Rotary Diana looks forward to her next talk in January. More details soon.
Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon has many events planned for early in the year. Firstly he has been invited to speak at Syd Barrett’s 70th birthday party on 9th January in Cambridge. We are looking forward to hearing about it and seeing the photos. He will certainly take along some copies of ‘Life is Just …’to the celebration.
Diana Jackson‘s new fantasy memoir was released on Amazon at the end of 2015. There was no big fan-fair at Diana’s request because she was in the middle of moving to Scotland. She aims to hold a celebration of the release of the paperback
Diana reports a fun interview on BBC3Counties Radio last Thursday on 30th July with Nick Coffer, then a successful event at The Swan Hotel Bedford on Monday 3rd August ~Diana gave her talk ‘Murder in the Library’ followed by chat, booksigning, tea and cake in their atmospheric ‘country manor’ style library. A reporter from Beds on Sunday was present and the local press have been busy covering the event: