Oak and Mist is finally published!

You can pick up a paperback or Kindle version on Amazon right now (and I would love it if you would do so) πŸ˜‰

Oak And Mist final cover

The end of everything? Great, no pressure then.’

Alma Bevan didn’t mean to go on a quest.
But when she disappears between two trees at her local park and reappears in Ambeth, she finds they’ve been expecting her.

And now she has to find a lost sword or the consequences for humanity will be dire. With no idea where to look, despite help from her new friend Caleb, things become even more complicated when a handsome prince of the Dark expresses an interest in her.

All this plus homework too?

Travelling between worlds is hard enough without having to manage a suspicious best friend, complicated love interests and concerned parents. Add in some time-twisting, a mysterious bracelet and a group of immortal beings all vying for control of a lost sword, and it’s enough to make any fifteen year old girl want to give up. But then she wouldn’t see Caleb any more. Or Deryck…

Oak and Mist is book one of The Ambeth Chronicles. Book two, No Quarter, is coming soon.

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To my Australian friends who’d like the paperback version, I recommend purchasing from the US Amazon site – I did look at print-on-demand in Australia but it worked out to about the same price. I will also be looking at publishing to Nook and IBooks in the future, but for the moment this is where it’s at!

As you can imagine I’m pretty excited – this has been a goal a long time in the making πŸ™‚

So now I shamelessly ask you all to share the word, read and review (honestly, of course).

With much love


18 thoughts on “Published!

    • Thanks so much, Louise – I really hope you enjoy reading it! And you’re very welcome for the Australian link – had to do it πŸ™‚ I’ve also emailed the good folk at Createspace about direct distribution to the Australian site, as I think it’s a large potential market for them. Still, with the exchange rate it’s about the same cost to order from the US site as if I’d used another distributor in Australia. The things we learn! I swear, every day there’s something new – it really is a journey, being a writer, isn’t it?

      • It’s all so new to me, too. Last night, I wrote to a friend who’s about to have her third book published, to ask her a few questions and if she’d hold my hand while I fumble my way around. (She said she would!) And yes, I can imagine there’s so much more to learn when self-publishing. Good luck with it, and I hope it pays off for you! x

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