I've had enough feedback now to let me stop fretting about whether I succeeded in getting the tone of the book right. I seem to have managed it. I've actually been a little bit overwhelmed by the comments I've received. They're all very positive, I hasten to add, but I think I've just been taken aback by how … Continue reading The nail-biting is over
At last! My waiting’s over and the ‘Buy Now’ button has gone active (the setting up of which, by the way, was just about as challenging as the writing of the rhymes and the cycling of 100km round London in the pitch dark!) One Woman’s Verses vs Cancer is up for sale! I did, for a … Continue reading Open for business
To some folk I'll probably sound a bit deranged when I say that the moment I reached out and lifted the copy proof of my little book from the printer's hand this morning is one that I'll always treasure. It's a very little book but it's been written with a lot of heart and I'll … Continue reading A moment I’ll treasure
As I sit, and sit - waiting impatiently for a call from the printer - I'm really hoping this is true...
I've had invaluable help from many people during my 'first little book' venture but I'd like to give one of the biggest nods of appreciation to my local independent bike shop, Rock and Road Cycles. Rock and Road is a little shop with a big heart. I knew that already after receiving lots of good … Continue reading Thank you Rock and Road
I'm excited about the publication of my first little book. It's only been a few months in the writing, but it's been a good few years in the planning. I don't mean that One Woman's Verses vs Cancer has taken years to plan, what I mean is that the goal of holding a book in my … Continue reading A tick on my bucket list