And it’s complete! The Caseworker’s Memoirs is now 100% completed, and yesterday it went off to the printers. I will be getting a proof copy by the end of this week and once i’m happy there are no mistakes, it will be approved to be distributed to Amazon.
I’m really happy with how it has turned out actually. It’s been five months in the making, which is actually quite quick for me, but this novella of sorts, has been interesting, frustrating and overwhelming to say the least. The Caseworker’s Memoirs lives in its own world as such, and hopefully it has some real emotional moments.
The Ebook version will be available from 29th April 2013. Put it in your diaries people! The paperback may take a little longer to be synced to the Amazon websites. I’ll of course update you all as this happens.
I’m currently looking for book bloggers who may be interested in obtaining a free ecopy (pdf) to review. If you are interested, please get in touch via a DM on twitter, or use the contact form here. I’m also available for author interviews, guest posts, anything really. I’ve got my first Author Interview booked, I’ll also be appearing on a science website to talk about phobias. Exciting times!
Once the paperback is available i’ll also be running a competition on my Facebook page. Head on over and ‘like’ to be in the running. This competition will only be featured on that page.
If you haven’t heard of my new book, you can find the synopsis, as well as the Youtube video trailer below. Enjoy!
Malcolm was losing touch with the world; a retired counsellor and recently widowed, he lived each day sat at his desk, watching the world pass him by. That’s until his daughter gave him a leather-bound notebook. She encouraged him to write about times long past that he shared with his loving wife, but as dreams of his previous patients take hold of him, he has no choice but to share his experiences and thoughts.
This is Malcolm’s attempt to rid himself of his pent-up guilt, his emotional involvement with his former occupation, but perhaps most of all, his attempt to have a purpose in life.
From the rational fear of heights to the peculiar fear of time, from the obsessive fear of terrorism to the psychological ignorance of homophobia, The Caseworker’s Memoirs is not only a tale of one man’s grief, but also the tale of seven other families that are affected by real phobias.
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