So, having made the decision that AWH wouldn’t be the final book in Paul’s story, I expected to be able to bring this volume to a conclusion—I’ll leave it to others to eventually decide if it’s a satisfying conclusion—within a couple of chapters and maybe ten to twenty thousand words.
It’s been a tough few months for me since my last post at the start of March. The end of March is, of course, the end of the financial year for a lot of companies in the UK—mine included—and thanks to the announcement that the Stamp Duty holiday was going to be extended didn’t come until very late on in the month, it was very, very busy in the housing market.
One of the good things about the Lockdown (or what we’ve called a lockdown, but never really was) has been I’d had the chance to updated and refresh some of my older publications
I mentioned in the last post that I’d been having trouble with the updated copy of Holodeck converting on KDP. Well, I was able to solve the problem. Turns out that the .mobi format that Amazon uses on its Kindles does not support images over 64Kb and my cover image in the copy of Holodeck was just over this size.
I’ve updated the cover and internals of my (very) short story “Would Twins do this?”.
Just a quick post today to note a couple of updates on this website and my Amazon offering.
The next eBook to get a make-over in my lock-down tidy-up is Bus-Stop.
I’ll say one thing for lockdown—it has freed up some time for me to do things I don’t normally get to do.
I’ve updated the cover and innards of my short story “The Big Four Ohhh!”, which is available on Amazon for the new price of $1.99/£1.99/€1.99 or as part of your Kindle Unlimited subscription.
I’ve re-issued my short story, “Banging my Teammates.” It was previously released using one of my ‘other’ pseudonyms – C N Lingus, but I’ve decided to gradually ‘kill off’ those other pseudonyms and bring all my stories and novels back under my main author name.