Over the last weekend nearly forty copies of my poetry book (ASIN: B00GL2OXV8) were sold by the mighty Amazon. Most were taken by folk in the USA, but two copies went out to Australia. I hadn’t checked my sales report figures for several days and it was a lovely surprise that brightened an otherwise dull, winter weekend.
Of course, I don’t know who you all are, but Thank You! – And if one of you is reading this, perhaps you will leave me your comments.
Last chance to get a FREE Kindle copy of “The Hunter” – the offer ends today…
“THE HUNTER” is the first book in a series of William Blake novels. It is a fast moving read, where our once professional hunter becomes the hunted. The story is set in the north of France where William, an ex Royal Marine, becomes the hunter’s quarry in a bizarre initiation ceremony when he joins a local club. The ceremony ends in disaster and sets William on a course to defend his innocence by again becoming the professional hunter to find the only witness.
There is a lot of content to this story, well written by Alan Norris. I really look forward to my daily reading session, in fact not long after I had finished it – I read it again! His attention to detail paints a very strong picture of characters and events. A most enjoyable read. V.P.
Great Read! Wow, what a great read! Not quite what I’d expected as it starts off as a gentle, easy read, but the sudden, shocking, twists & turns have you on the edge of your seat, I couldn’t put it down! Cant wait for the next of Alan’s ‘William Blake’ books now. Thoroughly recommend it.
First time reader of one of Alan’s book but definitely not the last
very good read. Good plot with twists and turns. D.B
It was an excellent day yesterday at the AIKB Easter Fair in Gouarec. There was a lot of interest in my books and there was a lot of discussion around the inspiration that prompted (or in some cases demanded) their writing.
But most importantly, I met a lot of lovely people.
Thank you to all who came along to say hello and to everybody that thought of me and wished me luck for the day.