A little bit of publicity

So, the world’s not calming down any, I guess. The silent, early days of the UK lockdown have exploded into this heightened emotion spilling out. I’m not going to linger on it. It’s an ongoing, expanding situation, but I’m sure one day it’ll seep into my writing.

And, one day, I’ll feel able to write a post without that preamble!

Anyway, this is the reason for today’s post – a huge feature in my local paper. How cool is that!

At the moment, it’s not on their web site, so there’s no link. If you zoom in, you might be able to catch some of the article.

Below is one of the ‘city locations’ mentioned in the article, the glorious Plymouth Hoe – my favourite place! With huge thanks to Vikki Clark and Jane Pierce for allowing me to use their photos.

Heads up…

Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll be announcing some giveaways on my newsletter, Facebook page, and Instagram page. Sign up to all three for a chance to win three different bundles (you’ll only be able to win one, however). There are currently no photos of the prizes because they haven’t all been delivered yet. Each bundle will include a signed paperback and a bar of chocolate (of course!)


When you sign up to my newsletter, you also have the option of downloading a copy of my short story collection That Sadie Thing ๐Ÿ˜

14 thoughts on “A little bit of publicity

    1. Thanks. A friend texted me to say it was in the paper, but I wasn’t expecting something quite so substantial. My Costa win only earned me a side-bar ๐Ÿ™‚


  1. Hi Annalisa – it’s great that you were featured … I hope Plymouth will add you to their famous lady lists! – except I’d rather you were Cornish … but I guess the great Tamar divide is so near. Congratulations on the new publication and this article on our west country author …such good news – all the best and continue basking … Hilary


  2. Oh wow, that’s so cool that they wrote an article about you and your writing! And I’m sorry about the situation in the UK. I thought that once the lockdown restrictions started easing up, things would get better, but everything is so toxic right now that it’s hard to feel optimistic sometimes.


    1. Thanks – I’m really pleased with the article.

      It would have been nice to have some down time between crises! I wonder if we’ll look back on this as the moment things really began to change?


  3. Really impressive and inspiring, Annalisa! What a great start for boosting awareness of your book. Maybe only the beginning!


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