Broke and happy … please help the story to spiral out to readers … available worldwide.
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Thank you Diana ☼
Reblogged this on Diane M Dickson's Stories and commented:
Yeah – here we go
reblogged and shared – good luck
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Much cheered, thanks ♥
You’re all written out? Now comes the flint hard part, climbing that cliff with few fissures! Congratulations, you have been dogged after disappointment.
That cliff of marketing. I need banners. I need wings. Meanwhile I’m keen to get stuck back into editing the sequel ‘Shapers.’
You’re into composing something, aren’t you?
Did you get my email invite to an informal gathering around here mid May, in honour of Rahima?
I did. Just realised I would not be able to make it. I should have said so. Sorry.
On Sat, May 6, 2017 at 5:32 PM, Course of Mirrors wrote:
> courseofmirrors posted: “Broke and happy … please help the story to > spiral out to readers … available worldwide. ” >
Ah, thanks Rob ☼
Marvellous – am looking forward to receiving my copy (Amazon put back the release date).
Brilliant ☼Thanks. A little confusing how all these platforms work. Troubador distributes copies in the UK & pays best royalties.
Feels good, Eduard 🙂
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Looking forward to reading this tonight!
So special to know the story is read ☼ Thanks for sharing the post on your island.
Reblogged and shared. Looking forward to reading tonight 🙂
Reblogged this on KATE JACK'S BLOG.
Thank you ☼ Kate, for sharing my joy on your site.
How exciting to see your book and that you are published! Congratulations!
Very exciting, and scary. Thank you Gwynn ☼
Many congratulations, Ashen! I wish your book great success,
Thank you, Katia ☼ I released towards a great journey 🙂
YAY! – Wow, you did it! Congratulations! 😀 😀 So happy for you. I hope it flies. ((♥))
Thank you, Fran – fly it must – the story now belongs to readers 🙂
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