Have just finished writing and posting the revisit to The New Asylum. It is a little exhausting doing this. Reflection and coherence, combined with WordPress demands for SEO structure and technique. Regardless, it is done, and it is here. Pop over for a peek if you'd like another stroll down my memory lane. I'll do … Continue reading The New Asylum – update
Happy Birthday, Wild Arancini Press!I had to renew the registration of my business name today. Three years have slipped away in no time!And what a lot of books produced in that time. I'll indulge myself with some pictures. WildArancini Press - Gallery of Titles
Sally Cronin has re-posted her review of The New Asylum, which was launched just 12 months ago. Time really does fly! Check out the review, and if you'd like to visit Launch Day, there a handful of readings from the book up on Youtube, here. I'm a little amazed that it has been so long … Continue reading The New Asylum – Sally Cronin’s Review
I tend to forget it was only last November that saw The New Asylum launched into the wild blue. A lovely surprise today to see it is sitting prettily in its place over among the Kindle rankings. The New Asylum Kindle Rankings 5th September, 2020 ~
Following up on my mentio yesterday, my interview for The Authors SHow is now live, and will be able to be listened to for a day or so, I believe. The link is here. I hope you enjoy my 15 minute chat with Don McCauley
An Interview on The Authors Show I'm delighted to have had an interview with the folk at The Authors Show - a publishing industry podcaster based in the US. They are very active in obtaining and making available author interviews, and have a significant audience and very high ratings. Casting my eye over their list … Continue reading The Authors Show – Interview
It's not your everyday #1 ranking or category, but The New Asylum is what it is and I'm grateful to those buying it through Amazon and elsewhere. I'm so very grateful, also, to those writing to me or stopping in the street here, around town to tell me how much they're getting out of reading … Continue reading Not an everyday #1 . . .
On the road. Off to Wagga, today, at the invitation of a poet I met while reading at the Write Around the Murray (WAM) Festival earlier this year. Lachlan thought I might enjoy wandering North to read at the local poetry readings, which take place approximately monthly. On the way I thought I'd earned some … Continue reading On the Road – Rabbit Books in Wagga
Thank you to Robbie Cheadle for a wonderful new review of the New Asylum. Check it out on GoodReads, here. Find the Robbie's Inspirations blog and links to her marvelous Sir Chocolate books and other writings here. https://read.amazon.com.au/kp/embed?asin=B07YF7XNTC&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_SZZ3Db2W39VGC&tag=mywebsit0de33-20 ______________________________________________________________________________ Would you like to be notified about changes and developments in my writing world, new poetry … Continue reading The New Asylum – new review
It was a big week for publicity last week, and I know there are some interested folk who don't have acces to my local press, so am attaching readable (I hope) images of the feature article by N.E. News reporter and author Belinda Harrison, and a report from The New Asylum book launch by Ovens … Continue reading A little publicity.