Corrie’s Capers 3rd book had a soft launch thanks to Covid-19 but people have been ordering on-line and buying from my lovely stockists – thank you! Another busy time for me is normally around Book Week Scotland.
School visits aren’t possible so I have recorded myself reading the books for use in schools and nurseries. Please use the website contact tab if you would like to purchase books for your school classroom libraries and gain free access to these digital resources. Timing doesn’t have to be around Book Week Scotland, these can be used at any time of year.
Things are progressing well with the illustrations for book 3 and I hope “Corrie’s Curling Capers” will be ready for publishing in August this year.
This will be the last book in the Corrie’s Capers series. Profits from book sales will be donated to Mary’s Meals to help reach the next starving child in school, or possibly at home while the world get to grips with Covid-19.
As I type, “Love Reaches Everywhere” has just been launched. This is Mary’s Meals latest film featuring film star Gerard Butler alongside Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow, the founder of Mary’s Meals. You’ll be able to see them visiting schools in Liberia and Haiti where Mary’s Meals provides support.
It’s looking highly unlikely that I will be able to host a book launch or attend many events over the summer to boost book sales. Please order your books from the shop on this website (if you want them signed and dedicated) or purchase from other stockists. I’m offering free p&p in the UK and a discount for posting further afield during June and July 2020.
I am happy to offer book readings in schools, nurseries, churches, libraries + once social distancing and C-19 restrictions are lifted. We can plan in something to look forward to. Use the contact button to get in touch.
I was very nicely surprised to be contacted by reporters at the Daily Mail and Glasgow Times asking to interview me at the start of the coronavirus lockdown. Thanks for including me in your publications!
How lovely to hear from Mrs Talbot that primary children from Arbroath enjoyed hearing Corrie’s stories today.
Here are just a few of their fabulous pictures using poster paints and pastels – well done!
I enjoyed a fantastic fortnight of school and nursery visits around the time of World Book Day.
C-19 has put a stop to all that so I’ve recorded myself reading “The Westie Fest” on Corrie’s Facebook page for any children who would like to listen.
Just click on the Facebook tab and you’ll be able to hear the whole story in 3 short recordings.
Here’s a snippet, just in case you don’t do that FB thing!
Stay well and hopefully see you on the other side!
Corrie has been living with several health issues for a while now but she soldiers on. Charlotte and Danielle at Arran Vets have been wonderful in keeping her comfortable. Although we are spending a large percentage of time in the house – we still enjoy wee tootles out to the beach.
Normally our walks include chatting with everyone but in these C-19 times, we are waving to people from a distance!
Lovely day on Arran and I was enjoying a wee tootle out in the sunshine. Here’s Shera, 20 months old and very bouncy – I’m getting ready to dodge him!
Sadie at 13 is a tad more sedate. Age brings it’s challenges but we all like biscuits! Talking of which… any Woofibbles on the go?