Sunday, October 28, 2012
There was also an interesting scramble through a narrow gully with smoothish sides and a race against the incoming tide to climb over the final obstacle and get clear. It was a sunny day but cold -- like a professional smile. Despite my dislike of the cold, such conditions are better than endless rain and smothering greyness.
"Adventure" in real life, for me, is a rather less bizarre and catastrophic concept than it is for the characters in most of my stories. The ultimate fictional adventure I have written so far is that of the apeman test pilot, Stringent Strange. This book still needs pre-orders! In fact it needs another ten to be a viable product. So if you are feeling heroic, why not help him out by pre-ordering a copy? You'll get a mention in the book itself.
Alternatively, you can pre-order the book and also a 'deleted scene' which will be a loose page that features you in your own combat scene that you can slip into the book on a predetermined page. Why not be part of the story? If you want this option, then here's a button especially for that purpose...
A big hearty THANKS if you do pre-order a book!
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