Raising Hope - out now!
Raising Hope was safely delivered at 2pm today!
One woman's journey of courage and determination in overcoming grim odds to create her family.
Raising Hope casts a long overdue spotlight on issues of eminent significance to women and families. It casts a sensitive focus on the heartbreak of infertility and the grief of children's genetic disease.
Now availabe for download from Smashwords straight onto your e-reader or directly from your e-reader provider.
Raising Hope - launching tomorrow!
Bridie is a headstrong young woman, but life has dealt her a difficult hand to play. Her unyielding spirit and determination are stronger than any obstacles that stand in her way. She emerges from the ashes of a broken spirit to triumph over grim odds.
There are elements of Bridie's story in all of our lives - an ordinary woman who faces extraordinary challenges.
Raising Hope will launch tomorrow, Sunday, June 15.
It will be available in ebook form from most platforms and in print from Amazon.
Raising Hope - countdown!
Look what arrived in the mail this week!
It's been a long journey, a steep learning curve... with an exhilarating conclusion...
Raising Hope will be available for purchase from e-reader platforms from this Sunday, June 15 and available in print from Amazon.
More information coming on Sunday...
Watch this space!
Great night last night at the Emerging Writers' Festival. We were treated to a panel of intrepid writers, led by Karen Andrews of Crying in the Car fame. Panellists included Torre DeRoche (Love with a chance of drowning), Anna Dunnill (Zines creator and publisher) and Darrell Pitt (The Firebird Mystery and Teenage Superhero series).
In fact, Darrell is the writer whose presence on the program drew me to this event in the first place. I've followed a little of his publishing journey and even met him a couple of times. A very generous guy with some gems of advice for emerging writers, whose words of wisdom have inspired me to keep on with my own publishing adventure.
Fantastic to hear about their different publishing journeys in a forum that welcomed questions and audience interaction.