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“Say what?” I hear you cry. Jolabokaflod aka Christmas Book Flood For those of you up on these things, Jolabokaflod is an Icelandic term for a gift giving tradition relating to Christmas Eve. To be more specific it is the giving of books so people can indulge in a bit of cosy armchair travel. This wonderful tradition dates back to WWII when imports were limited. I think a certain pesky Austrian was responsible for that. At any rate, the tradition of book giving has stuck and it’s reported that over 90% of Icelanders read at least 1 book a year. Go Icelanders!   As a self-confessed bookworm I’m naturally highly in favour of this particular tradition and also of the opinion that you don’t necessarily need to have the Aurora Borealis or the midnight sun on your doorstep in order to participate. So in the spirit of things multi-cultural I’m fully supporting Jolabokaflod until my dying day. I urge you to join me in this support and do likewise.   Jolabokaflod News In the spirit o

New Release: W A Project

  The Witch Adoption Project (sequel to The Lonely Dragon ) is now available to buy. The eagle-eyed among you will notice that a particular cover came out tops. It does however include some suggested modifications. As I’m now using Draft 2 Digital as my main publishing platform, it means the book is available on all e-book channels as well as in paperback, wherever you may be in the world. It will also shortly be available on the  Reader Subscription Services   I mentioned in my 3 October post. Since you’re on my mailing list you get a special ½ price deal on the e-book from 25 November - 4 December . Click on the image below to take you to your preferred e-book store. Available from Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble etc More Good News I’ve welcomed yet another world traveller into my home; this time from Sweden. I had to self-isolate with him as he’d travelled via Denmark. The police turned up at my door to check we were both abiding by the Lockdown restrictions and it was of cou