You know what’s hot right now, other than global warming? Tearing down your peers in order to promote your new book! And it’s not new authors, desperate for any kind of media coverage they can get – these are well-established authors who all seem to be hopping on the latest controversy bandwagon. But why are… Continue reading Why Do Authors Diss Other Authors?
If you have managed to miss the exciting news that The Story Collector was reviewed in The Irish Times last weekend, then well done to you because I have been telling everyone I know and many people I don’t! To celebrate, The Story Collector is available to download for 99p all weekend on Amazon and… Continue reading Special Offer
There’s a great line from one of my favourite songs (Pink Rabbits by The National) which goes: ‘I was a television version of a person with a broken heart’ The one time I should have felt most like a ‘proper writer’, during my book launch, I felt like a television version of an author. Or… Continue reading A Writer Unwritten
Out of every 100 copies of my book sold, approximately 2 people will leave a review. At least that’s what the statistics say, but empirical evidence shows that it is far less. The fact is that most readers don’t see the connection between leaving a review and improving the book’s visibility on Amazon or Goodreads. … Continue reading What Is A Review Worth?
It’s been almost a week since The Story Collector was released and I think I’ve finally dragged myself out of my post-launch stupor! How to even begin to explain to you, dear reader, what this week has been like. It has been a mixture of utter joy, trepidation, excitement, anxiousness, exhaustion and elation. Let’s say… Continue reading Book. Launched.
In a recent article I wrote for The Irish Times, I set out to examine why writers find the question ‘What’s your book about?’ so tricky to answer. Apart from filling your cheeks with air and slowly forcing it out through your mouth, what can you say about the behemoth that has taken over your… Continue reading The Dreaded Question – What’s Your Book About?
If I hear one more author tell me how VITALLY IMPORTANT a mailing list is, I think I’ll scream. Swear words. The bad ones. The more observant among you will notice a new pop-up box asking you to join MY mailing list – don’t run away!! This is merely my feeble attempt to jump on… Continue reading The Magical Mailing List
It’s summer. You all want a good read. Something you can really get your teeth into, historical fiction with a modern twist? I’m only too happy to oblige! Get your peepers over to Amazon UK and Amazon US where you can download a copy of my novel, The Cross Of Santiago for only 99p/c until… Continue reading Ye Olde Kindle Countdown Deal
Fancy a good read while you’re stuffing your face with chocolate? You’ve come to the right place! Both of my books are on sale for Easter at the cracking price of €0.99/£0.99/$0.99/. But what are they about? Will I like them? I hear you cry. Hold on to your cream egg – here’s a little preview… Continue reading Happy Easter Book Sale!
£0.99 sale! The Cross Of Santiago & The Mysterious Bakery On Rue De Paris #kindlebargain https://t.co/1k0RVwheci pic.twitter.com/4gthVJkNgH — Evie Gaughan (@evgaughan) January 18, 2016 The Mysterious Bakery On Rue De Paris Most Recent Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 starsMagical Read! A wonderful novel about the books heroine Edith and her life changing adventure… Continue reading Special Offer!