I’d never heard of self-publishing until 2016 when I discovered two of my friends self-published their own books. One had a series published through Lulu (though I didn’t realise she was an author until 2 years after her fourth book … Continue reading On Book Covers and Being Indie
I’m so excited to announce the release date of Ashes Remain, the final installment of the Danethrall Trilogy! Paperbacks and eBooks will be out on the 28th February 2022 – eBook is available for pre-order now 🙂 Continue reading Ashes Remain Release Date
While book three is going through the rounds of editing, I’ve been working on the cover and blurb and I thought I’d share them with you! Ashes Remain is the working title of book three and is subject to change (as is the blurb and cover!) so don’t get attached. 😆 Blurb Aveline is a far cry from the kind, naïve woman she once was. A ferocious leader, she must fight against the patriarchal society she lives in, vicious new enemies, and the ghosts of her past who have returned to haunt her. After the carnage suffered in the Kingdom … Continue reading Book Three Cover And Blurb
Just to let you know, Danethrall and Rise to Fall are both on sale on Amazon US and UK for 99 cents/ 99p respectively. I should’ve posted this yesterday (my 30th birthday) but everyone was down sick with the lurgy going about and we spent the day watching Studio Ghibli films instead. If you purchase the books, you have my eternal gratitude. Please leave a review and let me know what you think! GSKT Continue reading Sale Now On!
This evening the celebrations for Samhain (pronounced SAH-win) begin, ending tomorrow 1st November at sunset. Anglo-Saxons called November Blōtmōnaþ (blót month – blót means ‘blood sacrifice’) for that was the month they slaughtered their livestock in dedication to their gods. An entry in the Menologium seu Calendarium Poeticum explains that “this month is called Novembris in Latin, and in our language the month of sacrifice, because our forefathers, when they were heathens, always sacrificed in this month, that is, that they took and devoted to their idols the cattle which they wished to offer.” Samhain is a Gaelic festival marking … Continue reading Samhain