Find out more about the launch, the book and the author and some rather unusual pre-launch sponsorship deals (you can sponsor the book’s dedication page – all editions will carry you personal message of devotion – as a unique St Valentine’s gift for your lover!) http://emmacalin.wix.com/shannons-law
To celebrate the cover reveal event, there is a draw (see below) where you can win Amazon vouchers, copies of the book, and also VIP tickets to the UK launch party on Sunday 2nd March at Avington Park in Hampshire: the inspiration for the home of the love interest in the book, Spencer, 11th Earl of Bloxington (and featured on the cover!).
Today we are happy to share Emma Calin’s latest cover for her soon-to-be-released novelette Love In A Hopeless Place. The book will be out on Amazon in Kindle and e-book format at the beginning of June.
Today marks the beginning of an exciting week as the first stage of our latest book launch gets underway and we reveal the graphics for the FREEZE FRAME anthology. Edited by Oscar Sparrow, this collection includes an international array of authors: two Americans, Jo VonBargen and Jefferson Hansen, three Brits, Paul Tobin, Candy Bright and Oscar plus a Citizen of the World Claude Nougat.
Without further ado, here is the artwork for the digital version which will be launched on Amazon worldwide on the 21st December…
Last night was rather exciting – my cover designer came back with the first draft of the artwork for the FREEZE FRAME Anthology. I’m really pleased with it… but I have to show it to all the poets first before I can let you see. Sorry about that.
We’ve also been busy editing the recordings the poets made of their work for the anthology. They’re all sounding good and it’s been fun listening to them – there are so many contrasts in accents, styles and delivery. I’ve also got the Freeze Frame original music stuck in my head – it’s a beautiful piece for piano written by a local lass specifically for this project. Look out for the ‘Music Reveal’ later this week.
Adding all the minutes together, we’ll probably end up with an album lasting well over an hour and a half. Anyone who buys the e-book or the paperback will be able to download the MP3 version for free – you can even load it into the music folder on a Kindle and listen as you read! We think it’s really important to hear poetry read aloud by the poets with the emphases and stresses as they intended.