Amy, The Story of a Coram Foundling, my new novel has just been published. Greetings from on a sunny day in South London, and a Bank Holiday Monday. Just an update on the progress of the promotion and marketing of my book, and my attempt to navigate my way around social media. So far, I've manage to avoid it (I'm a bit old!), but I've been dragged kicking and screaming into the word of Facebook, Twitter, and all the rest, and I'm still struggling. Peace and love to the world.
So, greetings. This is my 3rd blog. I am just updating the progress of my newly published novel. So far, I have managed to avoid social media all my life, as I was (and still am) terrified of it. But I have signed in, and up, to various sites, and I've started sending out various tweets, facebook, and others, and I'm still terrified. Links, shares, messages...whatever. Don't forget, I'm old! I'm on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkein. I haven't managed to get my head around Instag
Hello. Just an update. My first novel, Amy, The Story of a Coram Foundling, is now available on both ebook and paperback. An authentic portrayal of Regency London, as seen through the eyes of a servant.
At last! I have just published my first novel: Amy, The Story of a Coram Foundling as a Kindle ebook and soon to be paperback. Details on Amazon or my website: angienorthey.com Like anything you do for the first time, it was a baptism of fire, and took me two days to upload both the ebook and paperback versions, as well as both covers. Don't forget I'm old, and computers haven't been around for most of my life, so it was quite stressful, to say the least. But after much hair