Six Days To Go

Ranter’s Wharf becomes available on Amazon on April 15th as an e-book and on the 27th as a paperback. For the first time, I am also trying out Kobo, Scribed, Apple etc. It’s an experiment to see if it really is worth being on KDP select or not.

The next big thing is our Virtual Launch Party on Arun Scribes Facebook Page on April 18th. I do hope we get lots of people joining in to win book prizes. We have guest authors, Ruth Dugdall, John Broughton, Jane Cable and Michael Parker as well as my Virtual party invitationcolleagues in Arun Scribes, Angela Petch and Patricia Feinberg Stoner.

Then the big day itself, the book launch at Arundel Museum on Sunday, April 30th between 10 a.m and 1 p.m.

In addition, we have made a radio programme which airs on April 11th. I will add a link to it once it comes out.

And last Thursday the three of us sat on a bench in a shelter on Worthing seafront and were filmed. This must be the most bizarre publicity stunt ever. Three Ladies on a Bench, not Forgetting the Dog, is the title. I cannot describe it. You will just have to wait for it.


About Rosemary Noble

Writer, author, amateur historian and traveller
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One Response to Six Days To Go

  1. Angela Petch says:

    Can’t wait – but am also a bundle of nerves!! Rosemary, can you post a link to the virtual launch venue, please – as I’m receiving comments that the link is not live on the invitation. Many thanks!


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