I don’t know about you, but I haven’t been bored at all since lockdown. In fact, I’ve had more to do than usual.
I miss going out to folk dancing, which won’t take place for another month, and that date, of course, relies on the coronavirus figures going down. Fortunately, they are, despite the gradual relaxation of the rules.
What have I been doing all this time? It’s hard to remember. There have been a lot of Zoom meetings of different sorts. I’ve written, and edited, and submitted. Lately, I’ve been trying to keep afloat in a vast sea called Self-Publishing. (More about that, later.)
What I want to tell you now is that this book:
is available for pre-order from Amazon and will be released by Darkstroke on 25th June.
This is a collection of short stories from authors across the world – Miriam Drori, Jess Popplewell, Ted Bun, Anne-Marie Ormsby, Kate Braithwaite, Donna Cuttress, Sue Barnard, Sam Hall and Cathie Dunn – with a special foreword text from international bestselling London author, Alice Castle.
Yes, that’s me up there.
All monies received will go to two London-based charities – The London Community Foundation and Centrepoint.
If you pre-order now, the book will land in your e-reader on launch day and you’ll have helped those charities. Here’s the link again.
UPDATE: Volume Two can also be pre-ordered now from here.