Today’s blog post is my review of a debut novel by Ian Skewis, another author who travelled the crowdfunding road with publisher Unbound. (At more or less the same time as me – our books were both funded in early 2016.) The Blurb The most violent thunderstorm in living memory occurs above a sleepy village on the West Coast of … More REVIEW: A Murder of Crows by Ian Skewis
Today I’m reviewing Kerensa Jennings’ debut novel, the literary psychological thriller Seas Of Snow, published by Unbound. Blurb 1950s England. Five-year-old Gracie Scott lives with her Mam and next door to her best friend Billy. An only child, she has never known her Da. When her Uncle Joe moves in, his physical abuse of Gracie’s mother starts … More Review: Seas Of Snow by Kerensa Jennings
Not long to go now… My debut novel (I like the sound of that, forgive me) is set to be published by Unbound this summer! (cue drum roll, clashing of cymbals and general hullabaloo, however that’s spelled) They are aiming for June but have warned me about possible delays. I will have a firm date closer to the time. I’ve … More Ghosts of Chechnya to be published this summer
or the sweet relief of reaching one’s crowdfunding target in spite of misgivings & dreams of being strangled by rampaging percentage signs … More Amazing things do happen once in a while
My book crowdfunding campaign nears the end – the final haul to make 100% … More 11 days to go!!&&$$$£!!!!
Here’s a notice about an event coming up soon – it would be great if you could be there. Unbound proudly presents four of our talented writers in… Battle of the Pitches Help our authors crowdfund their way to publication and YOU decide the winner! Jennie Ensor, author of Ghosts of Chechnya Ian Skewis, author … More Battle of the Pitches!
Seeing as my ‘book-in-progress’ is up on the Unbound website seeking to make its way into the world, I thought I’d better say something about this whole shebang. Be part of a revolution, says Unbound, an innovative independent book publisher. Time will tell if that’s true, but this is certainly a different way of doing … More A different kind of publishing: my leap into the unknown
I’m over the moon that my novel Ghosts of Chechnya (a love story/thriller set in 2005 London) has been accepted for crowdfunding (and publication if that goes well) by Unbound, an award-winning independent crowdfunding publisher (@unbounders on Twitter). They have put out some fabulous books e.g. The Wake, longlisted for the Man Booker prize in … More Ghosts finds crowdfunding publisher Unbound