Monday 24 November 2014

Coming To an End – November series

We are at the long end of this brilliant month of moustache growth, we are at the point that our men have something impressive to cover their upper lips, and maybe thinking of styling ideas for the week ahead. Yet, we all know when the time runs out, they shave it all off.
I want to thank everyone who supported me. I’m not sure how much it was, but I know It’s not a lot, which is fine, because my plan is, and has always been going in as I wish to stay and every year, the whole series will go into donations.
So let’s go into a round up for this book, a month in.
Like I said not many people have bought it, I understand why, I’m new, there isn’t anything I can do for that. Add that I self-published it, along with the fact that I didn’t blanket promote, hell, I pretty much forgot the book existed, which is horrible since I loved this book so much.
So, in conclusion the unsuccessfulness of this book lays on my feet alone, and I can live with that.
With that sadness aside, I have had some wonderful reviews from the book, most of which teared me up when I first read them, and I’m sure they will again when I reread them.
I liked the end one the note that though I defiantly dropped the ball on things this time around, it doesn’t mean my love for this book hasn’t shined through every single word. that I didn’t take my time making sure this wasn’t a risk, it’s not a risk to read this book. it shows that you can beat prostate cancer and come out in nearly the same condition as you went in.
I wanted a love story, and I believe that’s what I’ve give you all. It’s just the problems with being a newbie, writing a short story, which I think probably helped a lot as I didn’t draw out the disease. And you get a long happy ever after as a result. You can love my characters because they’re going to be there when you’re done.
Thanks to everyone who bought the book, I’ll do better next year, as I’m hoping in a whole it will sit better, being as book 2 isn’t written yet, and even if I did write it, right now, it would be ready in a week, rather than take me months.
Anyway, have a look at what others see what other have to say, it may be just what you’re looking for in a sweet loving story to get you in the Christmas mood.
When everything Paul had ever known turned upside down, suddenly he needs to man up and fight for the love he’s always feared.
Paul’s life was set. He had what he needed and what he was comfortable with. Then a night with one of his regular lovers pulls him into the drama of sickness, love, and death.
In the end, Paul needs to work a few things out first: Is he strong enough to fall in love with a man that may need more than he’s able to give, or will he fall into old habits and run when the relationship gets too complicated?
A reminder that through the month of November all profits of this book will be going to the Movember charity

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