BOOM! Hear that? That’s the noise of another SURE-FIRE PUBLISHING WONDER *cough* hitting your download box. Yes sirs and ma’ams, I’ve compiled and published an ebook of all the BESTEST MoVo posts so you don’t have to trawl through the archives to find your spaff-material any more. I’m so generous.
And all for a tiny price of £1.02. What is that? Nothing. A mere sniff. Lovely. So go buy. Pleeeeeease.
Thank you, compadres.
I really am RUBBISH at this self-promoting stuff. I published my book online a few months ago, and, surprise surprise, the sales haven’t really rocketed… obvs all my wonderful friends and family obliged! For which I am ETERNALLY grateful! But now I am hankering after some of that world domination stuff.
So: my book, The Dukkering Boy, is for sale. You can buy it to download onto your Kindle or PC by clicking through to the Amazon page.
PLEASE leave a *cough* five star *cough* review after you’ve purchased and read it.
And who knows? I may get round to writing a new one soon…
Gypsy boy Daniel Cooper leads a rough-and-ready life in a busy community of Romany travelling folk. It is the year 1949, and as the country adjusts after the upheaval of war, his family peacefully travel the Welsh country lanes and by-ways, comfortable in their outdoor existence. For Daniel, the lure of a ‘normal’ life becomes very real when he learns that his older brother, who fought in the war, has settled down with a wife and bought a house in a town in Wales. Envious of his brother’s worldly experiences, Daniel longs to free himself of the burden of his family, much to the consternation of his traditionally minded father. Daniel finds comfort and friendship from the gypsy fortune teller, who feeds his curiosity with tales from her life on the road. One night the camp is attacked and Daniel goes to help his friend. She bestows a strange, magical gift upon him, and then mysteriously disappears. When a stunned Daniel returns to the destroyed campsite, his family have gone. The wagons have been torn apart – what were the attackers searching for?
“…it gets a thumbs up from me. I felt like the ending definitely would allow for a sequel, or even a whole series of books about Daniel, so I hope Lewis is inspired to write one as I’d love to know what happens next!” [review from Amazon.co.uk]