May I first of all wish each and every one of you a very happy 2011. Here’s hoping it brings you everything you wish for and more.
For me, 2011 is already off to a good start. My new novel, Children of the Resolution, rolled out on Amazon.com on Christmas Eve and is now, finally, available through Amazon.co.uk. The catalogue listing process has just begun so the blurb etc is not yet available on the Amazon.co.uk site (also I’ve had to make corrections to a misspelling of my middle name, which is still being processed and is therefore still affecting author name searches), but orders can be taken now and will be delivered a lot quicker than the “temporarily out of stock” notice suggests.
What’s being said about Children of the Resolution:
“Children of the Resolution is more than a novel, it is a commentary on the work of educationalists, practitioners and politicians who see education through their own eyes and experiences and not those of the real participants, our young people.” Lord Willis of Knaresborough.
So, if you haven’t yet made your New Year’s Resolution, yet, why not make one to read Children of the Resolution 😉
To read your free sample of Children of the Resolution, please click here.
To buy from the UK, click here – and American customers can buy here.
I’m sure it’s nothing new to anyone out there who’s been online for any length of time, but people search for the strangest things. From ways to blow up cars to Elvis Presley reading lights. Today, however, one search term really made me sit up and take notice.
Someone had actually hit my site after searching for…
… “una stubbs upskirt”!
I mean, no disrespect to Una Stubbs, but why would anyone want to look up her skirt? And, perhaps more to the point, who would want to? Cliff Richard reminiscing about the happy times they had whilst filming Summer Holiday, perhaps? Or simply someone with an Aunt Sally fetish?
Whoever it was, they’ll have been disappointed; I’ve searched everywhere and still haven’t been able to find a single upskirt Una Stubbs shot!
I did, however, find a girl called Abby who wanted to sell me her used panties.
I blame the credit crunch.
(And, for the record, no I didn’t!)
© 2008 Gary William Murning