Thursday, 3 November 2011

A Catch Up!

How did we get to November so fast? I don't know about you, but time for me seems to fly at an alarming rate. This week is no exception, but there are a few good things to show for it so far. On Monday I launched the Famous Five Plus Blog for Indie authors to not only show case their books, but to talk about their journey to publishing and beyond. There are six members of the group so far and a new author will be joining us shortly. If you are an Indie author and would like to become involved, do take a look at the Blog site.

This week I also launched my book cover sponsors, you can see who is involved this month in the top right hand corner. To be a sponsor on my Blog I ask that you place a copy of one of my books on your Blog for the same period your book is on my Blog, which is normally one calendar month.

I also received some lovely reviews for Magnolia House, one from the wonderful author Margaret James
Also Margaret has made Magnolia House, her book of the month on her Blog!

Keeping pace with everything else, I've been working with my wonderful editor, Jo Field on Satchfield Hall. Jo is well respected in the publishing world and together we are working on bringing Satchfield Hall up to the same polished standard of my other two books. We plan to re-publish Satchfield Hall at the end of November with a new cover from Avalon Graphics.

Satchfield Hall is now in two parts, the first part from 1943 - to 1952, the second part 1952 - 1986. It is a sweeping saga of love, power, lies and in the end revenge. I can not wait for this book to be re-published in Kindle and paperback. And of course, I will keep you updated on progress and the publication date.

Until we meet here again, have a fabby day!


Janice said...

You are forever bubbly with ideas and energy, Pauline - the new FFPlus site is a great example and the sponsor idea ingenius!

Can't wait to see the new covers for Satchfield Hall!

Congrats all round!!

Janice xx

Pauline Barclay said...

Oha Janice, you've made me blush, but thank you for your fabby comments. xx

Rosalind Adam said...

You've got so many initiatives going on that you're making me feel positively idle. *note to self - must get my writing life organised properly like Pauline's is!*

Pauline Barclay said...

Hello Roz.... I'm laughing, me organised! Well I clearly have fooled you there.... giggle xx