Dennis and Dan will also be representing Authors Electric at a Scoiety of Young Publishers event on epublishing and its impact on libraries and independent bookstores in Oxford on March 20th.
Cally Phillips started the Indie E-book review – a site filled with informative reviews of the very best self-published books reviewers find, designed to be gingerbread crumbs leading readers through the self-published forest. Submissions are welcomed but please be aware by no means all books submitted can be reviewed.
Susan Price has seven independently published books available:
Her award winning fantasy trilogy: The Ghost Drum
Three collections of ghost stories: Overheard In A Graveyard
And a collection of retold folktales: Head and Tales.
Linda Newbery has been completing work on an adult novel which will be published in October – title yet to be confirmed.
Roz Morris has 2 independently published books available: Nail Your Novel - Why Writers Abandon Books and How You Can Draft, Fix and Finish With Confidence, and a (nailed) novel My Memories of a Future Life. She is currently finishing a round of edits on another, Life Form 3, for readers aged 9 to 9 squillion. After that she has a third novel agitating to be written - plus plenty of Nail Your Novel fans who have strongly hinted they would like another writing book.
He is now publishing the novels in his sequence The Long Journey of Joslin de Lay, six medieval murder mysteries which were4 first published between 1998 and 2002. The first two are out already: Of Dooms and Death and A Pact With Death. The next two, Hell’s Kitchen and A Devil’s Judgement, will soon follow.
He is now pondering what to do next. Will it be a reissue of Spirit of the Place (first published by Scholastic in 1995) or the brand-new Bright Sea, Dark Graves? Wait and see. After all, I have to.
Debbie Bennett’s thriller Hamelin’s Child was long-listed for the CWA Debut Dagger and has been selling steadily as an independent ebook. She added a YA fantasy debut Edge Of Dreams towards the end of last year, which has had some favourable reviews from mid-teens (although she can’t quiet persuade them to post the reviews online yet…) There’s also a collection of fantasy and horror short stories Maniac, most of which have been previously-published in print.