Tuesday, 13 October 2015

I'm in the paper!

Weeeelllll, I'm mentioned on the website of a local paper, which is sort of the same thing - isn't it? That's a first for me, so I hope you'll forgive me mentioning it.

If you're interested in following my blog and promotion tour, you can find all the details here.

And if you'd like to order Firestarter so you get it the second it's released, you can do that here.


19 comments:

  1. Hi Patsy .. oh well done .. what fun to have your name in print and work acknowledged.

    That van looks mighty smart!! Good luck with the promotion et al .. cheers Hilary

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    1. Thanks, Hilary.

      Yes, the van looks good!

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  2. Congratulations, Patsy, and on the publication of your novel. Good Luck with the launch... You have found a fabulous place to write! :)

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    1. Thanks, Sharon. Yes, I'm lucky with the mobile office.

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  3. That's very exciting, Patsy - congratulations :-) xx

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  4. woot woot

    My wife noticed I still exist. That shocked me. I couldn't take being acknowledged by a stranger
    *wink*

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    1. You're not in this writing lark for the fame then, Mac?

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  5. Fame at last, Patsy! I love the look of your van. My brother has just bought one, and loves it.

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    1. It's a nice van, Frances - though not as big as it seems in that photo.

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  6. Great stuff, Patsy. Many writers are setting their novels and short stories in real places nowadays and I'm sure that doing so adds colour, even for people who don't know the area you are writing about. I'm thinking of re-setting my (hopefully) Nano novel in the town where I live.

    Really enjoyed seeing you on the Red Pen Webinar, btw, although I couldn't see you, or Anne's slides, only her face. I wonder if I had the webinar settings wrong.

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    1. Real places do add colour, as you say, Charlie. They can help guide the plot a little too., by suggesting activities or influences for the characters.

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    2. re the webinar - you should have been able to see a photo of me, but no live picture (I'm not brave enough!) I think there was some technical hitch with the webinar software she was using, which meant the slides didn't show correctly.

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  7. Well done on the newspaper article. (Great looking motorhome - makes me nostalgic for my Hymer Tramp!)

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    1. Thanks, Susan. I'm itching to get away in the van again.

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  8. Congrats! I was mentioned with my novella 30 Seconds once in Florida Today...it was small and probably not many saw it but it felt WONDERFUL!

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