As we approach Easter here in the UK, the weather is decidedly unseasonal. The prevailing snow and sub-zero temperatures mean it’s the perfect time to take advantage of a final opportunity to acquire ‘Elizabeth Clansham,’ my novella set in the snowy Scottish Highlands, before it ceases to be free on Smashwords after Easter. As the anti-hero, Andrew, is given to saying (though, of course, he doesn’t actually adhere to his adage), ‘It’s the things you don’t do in life that you regret,’ so get hold of the book for free while you still can!
Also free on Smashwords at present is my World War II novelette, ‘TheHangar Dance.’
If you read and enjoy either book, I’d be appreciative of ratings, recommendations and reviews anywhere and everywhere.
An extract from Elizabeth Clansham is featured on The Ruthin Trilogy blog this week. Read it here:
My novella, ‘Elizabeth Clansham,’ is available to buy from Smashwords and their retailers, and from Amazon (UK and US). It’s a contemporary, realist story, set in the Scottish Highlands, with romantic storylines.
‘A finely-crafted tale of social interactions, of love and of finding yourself, all tied up into small-town life,’ (Goodreads review, Sept. 2011). To read more reviews, see the book’s Goodreads page.
The book is now also available in print from CreateSpace & Amazon.