It is great to share news of other Eventispress authors and here’s news of a recently arrived member of the Eventispress family!
Ian K Pulham has just released a short story, an action packed dystopian drama, which is the prequel to his soon to be published debut novel ‘Ticket to Eden’.
He’s giving away his short story ‘Radical Action’ for free, if you sign up for news about his novel:
About the story
So, how do you deal with a violent and aggressive cult of over a thousand troubled souls, camped-out in a politically sensitive neighbourhood in the Middle East? Oh yes, and whose membership appears to be multi-national and led by a native of the USA?
I found the story gripping and quite unnerving, in this climate of uncertainty, climate change and sea pollution; a disaster waiting to happen. His novel which follows, however, although traumatic to the earth as we know it, gives a tiny glimmer of hope. Only just!
I love being in the world of writing. It gives me a buzz, whether supporting other authors or working on my own projects and so I am looking forward to the challenges of 2022!
Aims for the year are to GO WIDE with some of my books, support other authors, raise more money for the foodbank and pick up and finish one of my on going projects. Which one, I have yet to decide.
We aim to begin to go wide with my books beginning with MURDER Now and Then, which will be available on KOBO, Barnes and Noble, Apple and Google Play for 1st February.
Then, gradually we’ll introduce other books ~ Riduna next.
Support other authors.
Eventispress is a writing Collective and we have gained two new authors in our family. It is such a privilege to work with them and support them through the maze of options. Their enthusiasm certainly rubs off and is like a positive energy snowball, increasing in momentum and brightness. More news about them both shortly, but Eventispress introduces Ian K Pulham here.
The Healing Paths of Fife
In order to continue to support Kirkcaldy Foodbank I need to update this little book. Cafes mentioned have closed down and others opened; some have changed hands making descriptions also untrue. I need to remove most of these, unless they are integral to the flow of the book, and write a forward saying that the walker will find it a delight to discover eateries for themselves.
I would like to write a short afterward to bring the walk up to the moment.
Finally I would like to encourage more cafes to sell the paperback in aid of the Foodbank. With over £700 raised for local charities I aim for £1000 by the end of 2022!
Three other personal projects ~ which to choose first?
Prequel to Riduna
My Mum and Dad’s prequel to Riduna written in tandem to my own still needs work to bring it to print but it would be a wonderful tribute to them both.
Sequel to MISSING Past and Present
The manuscript to this novel is over half way there and the plot still there ready for the moment when my brain says yes, It’s time!
Final book in my Riduna Series
I began this years ago. It is on my hard drive and a few people who enjoyed the first two books still ask me ‘when?’ I’m not sure if it is a project for 2022. We’ll see.
I just wanted to share the news of what has been going on at Eventispress since lock down. It has been tough in so many ways ~ not the greatest time to get into bookshops or for book sales, but I wish my fellow authors well!