It’s the end of another 12 months, and what a year it’s been! 2022 has had its high points, but also its lows. Professionally it’s been grand, putting out my first self-published translation, and getting shortlisted for the Kindle Storyteller Awards. Personally, it’s been a rollercoaster, losing my dad and being ill and in hospital twice. I’m hoping for a smoother personal year in 2023! With that as the background, did I achieve everything I set out to do? Read on to find out…
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Thrilled to be able to let you know I’ve added a new way to buy my lesbian romance online! My imprint, Custard Books, is now selling my catalogue via Ylva Publishing. I’m a great believer in having my books available in as many places as possible, so it’s great to team up with another fantastic queer company in Ylva Publishing and offer my novels via them, too.
All my other channels are still open for sale – selling direct from my Web Shop, as well as via Kindle, Apple, Kobo, Google, B&N and Bella Books. I’ve just added one more option to give you more choice of where to purchase.
Print books and audiobooks are available across most other channels, but Ylva are just for my lesfic ebooks. Find Custard Books on Ylva’s website here.
For more on all my titles and where to buy them in ebook, audio & print, click here.
I recently self-published my first novel London Calling: the key words in that first sentence are ‘self-published’. The debate rages on about whether authors should put their work out via traditional publishers or do it yourself, but for me it made sense to go DIY because I wanted to get my book out this year. So is it the right move for you too? Here are the top ten things to consider when self-publishing… Continue reading » “Self-Publishing: Ten Things To Consider”