The Kindle release of “Escape from Passing Winds” is all set for 1 July 2017.
The book has already attracted sales and e-book pre-orders from as far away as France, Russia and the United States.
Audience responses so far have been nothing but positive:
Fun read, Great escape story, A quirky tale of unexpected friendship!
Looking forward to more positive reviews as the novella rolls out in e-format.
While the final editing work remains to be done before the launch of my crime fiction novel SOLD later this year, I am pleased to announce that my reworked, rejigged and reconfigured teen novella, Escape from Passing Winds, is now available for purchase in both paperback and Kindle formats from Amazon.
This is a work I wrote many years ago, and I figured the time was ripe to give it a new life.
One reader has described it in a way I wish I’d thought of: A quirky tale of an unexpected friendship tangled with adventure, a few giggles and a nice reminder that friendships come in many forms, age is no barrier.
I have already sold copies in France and Russia, with plenty on order in other countries. Destined to become a mini-classic of its genre. Ahem…
My publisher, Clan Destine Press, has this to say about my upcoming novel SOLD:
We are excited that this bloke has signed with us. His debut novel is coming out later this year and we think you’ll love it. It’s crime fiction at its Aussie, irreverent best with a twist we didn’t see coming.
Welcome to the Clan, Blair Denholm.
I am rapt to have this amazing support and a team behind me that shows confidence in my work.
At the end of 2014, my partner gave me a great idea for a story. One day, as we were driving down the highway on the way to the hardware store, out of the blue she made a suggestion that would blossom into my first published novel.
The character of a rogue real estate agent dealing with a kaleidoscope of crazy customers was too good to pass up.
Three long years later, after lots of ups and downs, and nagging the hell out of one particular publisher until they relented, my little manuscript has now been accepted for publication.
I know getting from here to published book won’t be a quick process; there will be lots of hard work ahead of me, but I’m ready for the task.