Book Four published today!

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Sorry if this appears a bit rushed, but I’ve just stepped away from the enormous showbiz launch party for The Unnamed Way, book four in The World Walker series, in order to blog about the release. I have to get back to the champagne reception as soon as possible. Just had to duck behind a pot plant to avoid a particularly persistent A-list actor who wants to play Seb.

Okay okay, that’s not an entirely accurate picture of my book launch. What actually happened was this: yesterday I stayed up until midnight (midnight! party animal!), pressing the sync button on my kindle app every ten seconds until the book finally plopped into place. This has been my biggest launch so far – over 2,700 pre-orders. I admit to a few nerves as I scanned the book. All the chapters in the right order? Good. Cover looks good (another great design from Hristo Kovatliev). It’s the right title (autocorrect wants it to be The Unmaimed Way, which has a charm all of its own.)

All present and correct. Phew.

My part is done, now it’s over to you. Every reader will bring something different to the story. I hope you enjoy it.

As for me, it’s on to a new story. There are three ideas currently competing for my attention…

 

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4 thoughts on “Book Four published today!

  1. Brilliant news! Congrats. I’m off on holiday tomorrow so couldn’t be better timed. Will evidence utter self control and not open first page until safely ensconced on the plane. 😁 Much excitementeds (sic). Go you!!!

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  2. Congratulations! You have written a wonderful series. The combination of adventure, playfulness and compassion reminds me of what I love about Terry Pratchett. I like that your characters got to grow up- I’m reading Elizabeth Moon’s book Remnant Population to my son, and am happy you have included age and parenthood in your stories. My husband walked in when I was just finishing book 4, and found me crying. When he asked why, I told him that he has to read it himself.

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    1. Thank you, Aleika. Every book after the first (as its success was so unexpected) was published with dry-mouthed nervousness, as I couldn’t seem to stop myself taking risks with the narrative. The books, the characters, they wanted to go in a certain direction, and I felt I was overstretching my novice writer muscles to keep up with them. So thank you so much for letting me know how it made you feel.

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