We’re back on Herbie tomorrow for a week so I can hide from the hordes of journalists from Radio 4 and the Times Literary Supplement and the like who will want interviews now my book is published. Well OK, it’s really that our Peter asked us to give him a week’s holiday from his labours writing Chemistry software. We’re going to do Crick > Norton Junction > back past Crick to Welford> Foxton >Market Harborough and back to Crick. Yes I know we did much of that last week, but it’s very pretty along there at the moment, even in the drizzle like here when we were following NbElizabeth home.
And of course we’ll be able to revisit the rather wonderful Bridge 61 pub, seen here with Sarah trying not to demolish it with Chertsey
And for those of you who would like to see the back of Sarah, here’s one more of her ascending the Foxton flight. Chertsey is looking very smart these days.
Now then, I have now sorted out how to make my book free for a short period, so you can get it free from :
or through the kindle bookstore from sometime tomorrow (not exactly sure when, based on eastern pacific time or some such), for Three days, after which it’ll revert to £1.23. See yesterday’s post for more details. Apologies to those few people who have already paid good money. Thank you so much. I hope it was worth it.
We have just noticed that a couple of things which appear as typos in the kindle version do not appear in our original. A couple of places where words have no spaces between them. It must be something to do with the conversion process, so please forgive anything like that you find. When the dust settles I’ll have a go at correcting it.
If anyone does read it then I would be grateful if you rated it on the amazon / kindle site. It looks a bit bare without any ratings.