You may be interested in a recent interview with Oliver on the Fossend Publishing blog
Interesting thread on Best Fantasy Books Forum recently
Several comments about how maps do not often work well on Kindle. This reminded me that I had intended to include a map for “Children of the Wise Oak” online for Kindle users to look at if they preferred.
I think this would be a good idea anyway for future reference in my series, and in that of other writers for whom maps are important. Even in print books, the map can come out a tad on the teeny side.
Here we go; the project is now live.
Already a few pledges coming in, as we expected, from people who have been waiting for this for months.
It would be easy to get complacent at this point but it is a long slog to reach the target.
We had to set the target at £2,400 this time because we need to make sure the book gets separate copy and line edits. The first book was pretty clean, but one or two teeny things snuck through. That’s not the editor’s fault, but mine for not having the budget to do the job properly.