I finally settled down to a good session of editing my latest book. I don’t know why was dreading it. I really enjoyed myself! Hopefully it will be ready for Christmas or the new year
For several months now the ending of the book I’m writing has remained printed in blue. Blue means to be rewritten. It just didn’t go. Yesterday, all of a sudden, the inspiration arrived! Within half an hour all of the blue had turned to black as everything fell into place as if by magic. Now I just have to continue the edit and think about a cover picture. What have I learnt from this? Relax and wait, all will be well in the end.
Hopefully, the blogging block I seem to have had for a while will unblock now too
I’m running a special promotion for my book ‘Angie Brynner & Company’ on Amazon Kindle UK (.co.uk) and Amazon Kindle US (.com).
The UK promotion starts 12th April at 8 am GMT until 19th April at 12 am GMT; the price is reduced from £2.37 to 99p.
In the US, the book will be 99 cents from 12th April 8am PST until 19th April 12am PST, original price is $2.99.
If you don’t have a Kindle reader you can always download a free app for your smartphone, tablet or computer.
Because Amazon doesn’t seem to cope well with links from country to country .The best way to find the book is to go to Amazon, look under Kindle and look for my name: Angela Knutsen.
I had my first review on Amazon. I’m really thrilled! It was just a few simple words from someone who has read Angie Brynner & Company. Whoever you are, I’m really pleased that you enjoyed it.
Apparently the links I’ve been posting don’t always work in every country. If you’ve been having problems, try searching for my name; Angela Knutsen and my books will come up.
Click on the link below and have a free look at my first book.
Book number two has just been published on Kindle. It’s a collection of short stories this time. It’s free from Sunday 17th to Thursday 21st January. Grab it while you can!
I’m proud to tell you that I have managed to create a working list of titles – just click and it takes you straight to the story you want to read. it took a whole afternoon, but I got there in the end.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people.