I’m excited to tell you that The Corsican Widow is Ocelot Press’s Book of the Month for June 2021. This is Book 2 in the Tales of Corsica series. It’s based loosely on a true story and is set mainly on the Mediterranean island of Corsica and partly in the port of Marseille.
Nancy Jardine here and I’m writing this post on the 1st of May which is the Beltane Festival in the Celtic calendar. I’m also really excited to share that The Beltane Choice is the Ocelot Press Book of the Month for May!
To celebrate this event, during the whole of May 2021, the eBook of The Beltane Choice will be available across the Amazon network at 99p/99c (equivalents) You can get a copy HERE.
You’ll also find that the eBooks of the other four books in the Celtic Fervour Series will be at the fabulous reduced price ofonly £1.99 (equiv) across Amazon for the whole month of May! Copies available from HERE
On Nancy Jardine’s personal blog, you’ll find lots of posts this May which are related to festivals in May (Ancient Celtic and Roman); extracts from her novels and maybe even some other special offers. Keep popping in to stay updated.
The Ocelot Press Readers group on Facebook is another fabulous place to get up-to-date information on Ocelot Press activities. Join us there if you’re not already a member.
Once again- Happy Beltane and Ocelot Press wish you a fantastic reading time in May!
The Ocelot Press Book of the Month is The Calgary Chessman by Yvonne Marjot.
As part of the mini-celebratory blog tour, Yvonne is interviewed on Nancy Jardine’s blog today. Pop in and find out a bit about Yvonne and where the inspiration came from for the excellent Contemporary Mystery read The Calgary Chessman. She also has some great tips for writers…and readers.
Today, I’m delighted to welcome my Ocelot Press fellow author and friend, Sue Barnard, to the blog. Sue’s novels often take inspiration from classic works of literature, including Shakespeare. Her The Unkindest Cut of All is set in the present day, but takes Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar, as its starting point. It’s our Book of the Month on Ocelot Press this month (which just happens to include the Ides of March).
Sue has written a fascinating post about one legacy of many the Romans left us.
Sue also has a competition for you to win a paperback copy of The Unkindest Cut of All. And the book is on special offer in Kindle format for a short time. Read more about these offers at the end of the post.
Hello from a presently very snowy part of Scotland!
Well, actually right now most of Scotland is under some degree of snow cover as the ‘Beast from The East Mark 2’ is blasting a large chunk of the United Kingdom with intermittent levels of snow-pelt.
It’s not unusual in my part of Aberdeenshire to get snow at this point close to mid-February, but a snowy day does mean it’s a fine time to ‘coorie doon’ under a warm blanket or snuggle beside a roaring fire – if you still have one – and read something entertaining and enjoyable.
Also, being the 10th of February 2021 as I write this, it’s getting closer to Valentine’s Day. It’s a time to pamper yourself, or someone you love, either by gifting them an eBook or buying one for yourself. It’s probably too late to get a paperback version posted, Covid 19 pandemic not helping with slow postal services, so gifting an eBook is possible.
To celebrate Valentine’s Day I am offering two of my Romantic Comedies#FREE during the next few days in eBook format across the Amazon network.
Take Me Now eBook is #FREE from Amazon on 11th, 12th and 13th of Feb. 2021.