Category Archives: Unbound publishing

Getting literate…

Persuade a friend to pledge on UNBOUND.COM for a copy of JIGSAW ISLAND at Paperback or Super Patron Paperback (EARLY BIRD) levels and receive a free paperback of the prequel, TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS (TWR), yourself. Pledges at READ WITH A … Continue reading

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New edition of TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS

Good Evening – Kalispera – In anticipation of the publication of JIGSAW ISLAND, its prequel, TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS has been re-edited and re-released with updated publicity on Amazon – HERE. JIGSAW ISLAND is written as a standalone novel, but if … Continue reading

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Diana re-appears on Leros!

In 2002, Martyn and I went to Leros to celebrate his 50th birthday. As usual, we stayed at Studios Happiness and had fun with the Varnas family, Mixailis, Eytychia, Despina, Takis,¬† and micra – little – Eytychia (granddaughters being named … Continue reading

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It’s all about observation and empathy – sort of…

I won a course on marketing my book (in this case TERRIBLE WITH RAISINS) and the tutor commented on my first assignment that some of its appeal might be to single mothers. I hadn’t thought of that, even though the … Continue reading

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