Thursday, 27 March 2014

Kindle version is available

Plain Drink Tea, Ward J. Stothers' Book of Poems and Poetry is now available for Kindle,  saving trees and making the work more portable.  You can read it in bed without a headlamp.  If you bought a paper backed book you are suppose to be able to get a Kindle version for $0.99 but I don't know how to check that offer.  If someone gets that to work would you post a notice?

Thanks for your interest and support.  The proceeds from this book support charitable work to build the unity of believers to do no less than alleviate poverty and sustain world peace.

Here's the Amazon Kindle link Amazon kindle version

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Now he believes it

Looking at multiple versions and proof copies on the iPad has caused the author to ask, who puts the cover on and stitches it together into a real book?  The answer is some wonderful machines and souls in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina.

His box of books arrived today and with it the satisfaction of a project completed.  One is reserved, and Jon, Jenny, and the McCloskeys bought copies already.  Two people said, bring copies to the meeting tonight and I'll take one.  

With great relief to the publisher and encouragement to the author, there is interest in a book of poems and prayers in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Launching The Dungarvon Press, Belfast

The book is published!  The copies come to The Loom this week.

A book launch is planned for 4 April in the Shankill Road Library hosted by Librarian Mark Knowles.  The event will be blessed by Reverend Jack Lamb and moderated by Bill McKnight, author of Loud Silence.

Thanks goes to my editor Ms. Carolyne Gibson.

Thanks to Bill Jeffrey, literary agent, Lynda Tavakoli and the writers.  Thanks to Evelyn Lee who assisted Marda with the initial manuscript.