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I am delighted to be about to announce that my latest collection of short stories ‘Consequences’ is now available to purchase!
For anybody interested (and I’m hoping that someone is!) I have attached links to the bottom of this post.
Three tales exploring consequences; the consequences of random events, of choices and decisions made and of fate or chance.
A Slow Return sees a man analysing his emotions as he is forced to face up to the consequences of his actions following a random accident.
In The Witness a man’s life unravels before his eyes after he becomes an unwilling witness to an event which may or may not have happened.
But the collection opens with Spinning Wheel, a story of fate creating a situation in which the boundaries between reality and fantasy become blurred, leading a man into a series of unexpected consequences.
(The astute amongst you will have noticed that I have not added a link to Amazon. This is because (for some reason best known to themselves) they appear to have it listed at a ridiculous price.
Should you feel inclined to purchase a copy I send you my thanks in advance!)
tara caribou said:
Oohhhh!! New book for me! I’ll be ordering one on my next lulu order… in a couple weeks probably. How exciting. These stories sound great.
(PS: Amazon has been doing that lately, what I’ve had to do is send a help ticket to lulu and explain Amazon has the wrong price listed, lulu will do something on their end which (so far) seems to work. The global retailers will get the correct(ed) information every Friday… so it may take some time.)
Thank you, Tara, I really hope that you enjoy them. Thanks too for the advice – I’ll get onto it!
tara caribou said:
I’m sure I will, I always enjoy your work.
🙂 Bless you!
Michael Raven said:
Hopefully they correct it sooner than they did for me. For some reason, I suspect it has something to do with their UK subsidiary POD distributor populating some kind of electronic deliverable incorrectly which then gets distributed to Amazon, because that distributor was on the seller list with the incorrect price for the duration of the error for me.
Good luck! I’ll put it on my wish list and pick it up soon. ✨
Thanks, Michael, much appreciated. Thanks too for the hint about the problem- it’ll give me somehow start when I look into it. Hope you enjoy!
Michael Raven said:
It was just an oddity that evaporated when galdr’s pricing was fixed. It went from the subsidiary (I forget the name, but looked it up at the time) being the seller to Amazon. Good luck.
Congratulations Chris. I’m looking forward to reading.
Thanks, Mark, and I hope that you enjoy it!
Congratulations from me too…Good luck Chris…hope it sells and you get famous and rich…ok…know this from my own book…so much work and so less money….Stay tune, all the best, Jürgen
Thanks, Jurgen, that means alot. Rich? I wouldn’t say no to that (although it’s extremely unlikely) but you can keep fame…it’s not for me.
I didn’t know that you had published a book. Photography I presume. Perhaps I missed details in one of your posts. You should put the details up, I like your work.
thank you…my book is very special….a book about Still Life Photography…with all my experience from over 20 years advertising photography ..my life in one book 🙂 If you like go to my post from 25.Juni2021…thats about the book and the book cover !
Thanks, I will check it out.
Found it – and, from the previews, it looks like a great book. I’m assuming the text is in German (as the pdf preview is)?
Good luck with sales!
Congratulations on getting it published & good luck with the marketing in the coming weeks. 🙂 Shame you’ve been having pricing problems – hope they manage to resolve it soon!
Thanks. Marketing is not my thing – more a case of fingers crossed that the word gets round!
Me too! 😉 I know how time-consuming it can get trying to reach a larger audience without seeming to nag them.