It has been quite a week in my writing life and with another big day coming up later this week on Friday, the excitement continues. Yes, it’s the crazy busy time around the launch of the new book.
But as well as being very busy with all things writing and publishing related, I’ve also been reading by way of relaxing.
So I thought I’d do a round up of all things bookish in today’s post.
Fulfilment – book 3 in the Rachel & Jack Skye Series launches
First of all thank you to everyone of you who has shared the news of the publication of Fulfilment via your social media channels, websites and by word of mouth. It all helps so much – especially at this time of no real life book launches.
And of course, thank you too, to everyone who has either bought the paperback or pre-ordered the ebook (here) which will be delivered to Kindles this Friday on the 15th May. I so appreciate it.
And, I have to say, it was quite an emotional moment to hold my proof copy of the book in my hands and then to put it on the shelf with its two preceding novels in the series.
Special offers on the first 2 books in the series
Book 1 in the series Displacement is free for your Kindle at the moment – but this is the last day so if you haven’t read any of the series so far – and you fancy doing so – now would be a good time to get started. Get it here
Book 2 in the series Settlement is on a countdown deal at the moment in the US and will available to buy for $0.99 until Friday 15th May. And in the UK it will be available at a similarly reduced price from 12th May until the 19th. Get it here
So if you haven’t read them, what are you waiting for? 😊
I don’t just write books. I read them too
But as I said, I’ve been spending some time reading too. And so I thought I’d share my three favourite recent reads with you. All are – surprise, surprise – contemporary romances.
The New Guy by Kathryn Freeman
New Year, New Guy by Angela Britnell
The Switch by Beth O’Leary
All are first class, engaging, and heartwarming reads and are available as paperbacks and as ebooks and are definitely worth checking out.
So, as always, over to you – what have you read and enjoyed recently? And if you’re a writer what are you currently working on?
And remember, if you have read and enjoyed a book please do consider posting a review on Amazon. It doesn’t need to be long and involved – just a couple of e=sentences will do – but it really does help an author get some sales traction.
4 thoughts on “Writing and Reading news: It’s been quite a week #writing #reading #books”
How exciting. It is good to be busy right now! I’m reading a bit more now which is great. And working on Amanda in France! Take care. xo
All the best with your writing, Darlene.
Thank you so much for the kind mention Anne, and congratulations on the launch of your latest book 😊
Thank you, Kathryn 🙂