As someone who didn’t have one but has had some interest and even rejected a few agents I think I’m in a good position to speak on the subject, I think the best way to answer this is to put you in the seat of three different types of authors. Number one; someone who is just doing it as a bit of fun or as a legacy, so you written something silly or a bio on yourself but you don’t think it’s going to sell, you just feel that you have something out there, something to say you have been on this planet, to leave your mark. Does this person need an agent? Continue reading The Week – Do you need an agent? – Today I thought I would chat about the value, or not, of having an agent.
I think I’ve been at this for 30 weeks, I may have skipped the last two because of all the other stuff I have been doing so I’ll say 30 now (damn that’s a long time.) Any who, it’s gone fairly well so, from humble beginnings, and all the rest. My series on what it is to be a small time writer, that I did last week was well received, thanks, check it out here >>> if you haven’t already. I thought I would continue the theme this week with the launch of Rose’s story, my second book, low bow thank you, I suppose first things first, Rose is out and I’m really happy with it. I found it a little bit difficult, more so than the first book, because I could kind of visualise myself in the main roles of Teo and the rest, whereas with Rose’s story the main character is a young girl, so not so easy but saying that it was liberating and I enjoyed it a lot so I hope you pick it up now from here here>>
Hello and I hope you are all OK. I have something different to talk about this week, instead of talking about current events around the world I decided that I would talk about my venture into the writing world. It has been around eight months or so since my first book was released (if you haven’t got a copy yet then do get it – Amazon link– soon going on lulu too!) I am happy to report that the second mini saga is about to be released, a prequel called Rose’s Story and Continue reading The Week #29 26th July, 2015
Rose is here, finally, a story of a young girl caught up in something much larger than her. Read the prequel to ‘The Games’ here. Rose’s story is the sister book to ‘The Horse Lord’.
I recommend picking up the Horse Lord too, if you haven’t already, to truly meet all of my assembled cast before ‘The Games’ arrives. Both books are independent of each other but together you have a good insight into the back story in advance of the publication of ‘The Games’. Rose’s story is more about uncertainty and magic while the horse lord is more straight out fighting and adventure. So pick both up today you can get the Horse Lord on the Horse Lord page here.
Thanks to everyone leaving their reviews on Amazon, and everywhere else, about The Horse Lord. I hope you all are enjoying it. The launch has gone well and it is climbing up towards the top hundred books on Amazon, so thank you all.
If you liked the Horse Lord please spread the word to all your friends and family.