To coincide with the imminent release of my third book, a fictional novel entitled ‘Drip by Drip’, I am absolutely delighted to launch my new publishing website – www.hornbillpublishing.co.uk.
The label will initially feature my own works only, the number of which I am actively aiming to increase.
In time I hope to be able to publish books by other authors and in the meantime I will also be periodically reviewing and featuring other books that I have read, usually in my garden or on a train.
For the launch of my website I am featuring the wonderful Hidden Cities series of books published by Gregory Edwards that highlight the amazingingly diverse Art Deco architecture in London.
Drip by Drip by Will Linsdell
My latest book will be published shortly and is a fictional drama set in South East Asia.
The book follows an average middle-class English couple embarking on what was anticipated to be a trip of a lifetime, only for the adventure to end up with them facing a terrifying ordeal that would threaten to leave them losing absolutely everything that they hold dear.
Do they have it within them to survive daunting odds?
I will make a further announcement once it is released.
To celebrate the new website and forthcoming book, I am running a week long promotion on my other two books on the Hornbill Publishing label, commencing on 3rd June.
The ebook of ‘Travelling By Train Across The Balkans’ will be discounted by over 33% to £1.99/$1.99 for a period of 7 days until 10th June.
Published in 2019, it tells the tale of my travels by train in every country in this fascinating and often volatile region.
Definitely not a guidebook, it hopefully may inspire you to travel in the region yourself, whilst you can also enjoy a few laughs at my escapades along the way.
‘This is How it Feels to be City’ will cost just £0.99/$0.99 during the same period.
This was my first book, published in 2012.
It is the story about my lifelong love for Manchester City Football Club.
The book describes my personal experiences during two of the club’s most momentous ever seasons, illustrating perfectly what it entails to be a committed football partisan through the highs & lows of the sport.
Hopefully we can all start travelling and going to sporting events again soon and in the meantime, why not relax with a good book?