Meet the Ocelots this Week!

We can’t believe it’s already 18 months since Ocelot Press went live. Over the next few weeks we’ll be celebrating with a series of blog posts and character interviews and there’ll be a chance to buy some of our e-books for discounted prices. So definitely watch this space.

For starters, this coming week, each of us will take over the Ocelot blog for a day to bring you information on the background, setting and salient facts of one of our books. You’ll get an insider’s view of the story behind the book – and each of them makes fascinating reading.

Blog takeover

Here’s what’s coming up this week:

Tuesday 22nd October – Jennifer C. Wilson and her time-slip novella The Last Plantagenet?

Wednesday 23rd October – Nancy Jardine and her exciting historical thriller set in Roman Britain, Bran Reborn.

Thursday 24th October – Cathie Dunn and a sneak preview of her historical mystery set in present-day and 8th-century Southwest France, Love Lost in Time (forthcoming 28th November).

Friday 25th October – Sue Barnard and her compelling re-telling of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

Saturday 26th October – Vanessa Couchman and the first in her Alouette trilogy, Overture, set in Southwest France and Paris between 1897 and 1914.

Character interviews

Then, from 28th October, each of us will take it in turns to interview one of the characters from the books above on our blog – and you may hear some interesting revelations. We’ll keep you posted about the schedule closer to the time. In the meantime, make a note of the dates.

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One Reply to “Meet the Ocelots this Week!”

  1. Reblogged this on Vanessa Couchman and commented:

    As a prelude to our character interview blog hop, starting next week, 5 of the Ocelot Press authors – including me! – are each taking over the Ocelot blog for a day. We’ll each talk about the background to the book in which the character features. Details in this post.

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