Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Whee!

Whee! is an expression of delight. The exclamation mark isn't compulsory, but I feel it's justified.

Whee! is the sort of thing a person might say either because it was the launch day of their first ever co-written non-fiction book, or to show how thrilled they are to have purchased a copy of the rather excellent From Story Idea to Reader. (Wheeeeeeee! is what you squeal when being spun round on a children's roundabout in the park after a celebratory glass of something bubbly. Apparently.)

From Story Idea to Reader is available from Amazon as a paperback (£9.99) or ebook (£3.99). If you'd like it in a different format, such as pdf, you can obtain them direct from the publisher.

For a full list of contents, click here.



18 comments:

Annalisa Crawford said...

Congratulations Patsy! It looks great :-)

Maria said...

Hey Patsy, well done, I'm torn, paperback or Kindle version? I'm off to Amazon to make up my mind.

Patsy said...

Thank you! I think so too, but I am biased.

Patsy said...

They're laid out slightly differently, but there's the same information in both, Maria.

Gail Crane said...

I need info on marketing so will definitely give this a try.

liz young said...

Congratulations again - another real book to hold in your hands and gloat over!

Olivia Rose said...

Congratulations Patsy! It looks great!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Congratulations Patsy ... I'm sure it is an essential read and reference book ... it's such a great idea ... cheers Hilary

Madeleine Sara said...

Whee, indeed Congratulations. Sounds great.

Deborah Carr (Debs) said...

Congratulations, Patsy. It sounds like an excellent book.

Patsy said...

There are sections on using social media and public speaking, Gail.

Patsy said...

Absolutely, Liz. Somehow it doesn't seem entire real until I have it in my hands.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Olivia.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Hilary. We like to think you're right!

Patsy said...

Thanks, Madeleine.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Debs. It is!

Jan Baynham said...

Congratulations, Patsy. The book looks and sounds great. :-)

Patsy said...

Thanks, Jan!