It’s Away!

(Cross-posted on the WriteClub blog)

Exciting things are happening on the SOUL SCREAMS front. First of all, the book is now published, and both print and e-book versions are available to order. See Stumar Press’s website for buy links.

Second, the print version will officially launch at the British Fantasy Society’s open day on Saturday 16 June. The British Fantasy Society exists to promote British fantasy, horror and science fiction writers and publishers. As both my publisher and I are members, we were able to arrange to launch the book at their next social event, which is to be held at the Mug House tavern, Tooley Street, London (see link for map and further information).

Everyone is welcome to BFS open events – you don’t have to be a member.

I will be there from 4pm and the event will go on until late in the evening. So if you’re in London on that day, why not stop in and get your signed copy of SOUL SCREAMS?

If you’re not able to make the physical launch, you can join in the fun virtually, at the online launch on 13 June. A competition will be running all day, on this blog and my Imaginary Friends Facebook group. If you’re not a member of the group yet and would like to join, please send me a request and I will add you.

So there’s lots going on over the next couple of weeks regarding the launch of SOUL SCREAMS. Lots of ways to get your hands on a copy, so get yours now!


2 comments so far

  1. Majanka on

    Congratulations on the release of your book! 🙂 I LOVE the cover. Hopefully you’ll get a lot of sales!

    My Blog.

  2. sayssara on

    Thank you Majanka!

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