Saturday, 16 February 2019

Corruption Blog Tour Day 5

Rolling onto Day 5 of the blog tour for my latest release, Corruption and today I'm hanging out over at Darla M. Sands' blog. Hope you can join me. Have a great weekend!

Friday, 15 February 2019

Corruption Blog Tour Day 4

Happy Friday! Today on the blog tour for my new release, Corruption, I'm visiting Jean Davis, where we're having a guided tour of a Loretanian village courtesy of its chieftain. Hope to see you there.

Thursday, 14 February 2019

Corruption Blog Tour Day 3

Onto day 3 of the blog tour for my new release, Corruption, and today I'm visiting Tyrean Martinson to talk about the sci in my fi - those little robots that might, one day, save us all. Hope you can make it!

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Corruption Blog Tour Day 2

Welcome to day 2 of the blog tour for my new release, Corruption! Today I'm guesting at The Girdle of Melian where I introduce Deniz's readers to one of the new characters making an appearance in this book, and he's a bit of a salty dog. Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Corruption Blog Tour Day 1

Hello all! I'm kicking off a two-week blog tour today for my new release, Corruption, to run until February 25. I'm starting off over at author Sandra Cox's blog. Hope you can join me!

Monday, 11 February 2019

Corruption Release Day

It's here! The second part of my young adult dystopian trilogy, set in a sinister future version of Earth, has made its way into the world. Here's all the details...


Title: Corruption
Author: Nick Wilford
Genre: YA dystopian
Series: Black & White
Series #: 2 of 3
Release date: 11th February 2019
Publisher: Superstar Peanut Publishing

Blurb:

Wellesbury Noon and Ezmerelda Dontible have found themselves in a position where they can make their native land somewhere that lives up to its name: Harmonia. However, they’re setting their sights further afield for their number one task: eradicating the disease that has plagued the neighbouring country of Loretania for generations and allowed the privileged Harmonians to live in a sterile environment.

After dispatching a team of scientists to Loretania, armed with cratefuls of an antidote and vaccine and headed up by their friend, Dr George Tindleson, Welles, Ez, and Welles’s brother Mal – who grew up in that benighted nation – start to worry when they hear nothing back, despite what they had agreed. Commandeering a fishing boat to follow the science team over the sea, they soon find that, while the disease may be on the way out, a new kind of infection has set in – the corruption they thought they had stamped out in Harmonia.

Can they get to the root of the problem and eliminate it before even more damage is done to an innocent people?

*** Warning – this book contains themes that some sensitive readers may find upsetting. ***



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To help celebrate, I'm kicking off a two-week blog tour from tomorrow. Hope you can join me. It'll be a lot of fun!

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

IWSG February 2019

It's the first Wednesday of the month and that means it's time once again for the group posting of the Insecure Writer's Support Group. It's a safe haven where we can share our fears and insecurities without fear of being judged. Hosted as ever by Ninja Cap'n Alex J. Cavanaugh, today's awesome co-hosts are Raimey GallantNatalie AguirreCV Grehan and Michelle Wallace!


My main insecurity right now is getting everything ready for my blog tour, which starts in - gulp - five days! I've been rather behind, but I'm getting there. One more guest post to write!

So what is this month's IWSG question? It's "Besides writing what other creative outlets do you have?"

Well, I've been focusing on writing for the longest time because when I get time to be creative that's my priority. When I was younger, though, I tried drawing, acting, and even songwriting (with pretty terrible results). Don't know if I'll ever get back to those, but you never know! I've definitely got ambitions to write something in the dramatic field, maybe for stage or screen.

So without further ado let's see what's happening with the IWSG right now.

The next IWSG anthology, Masquerade: Oddly Suited, (YA romance) will be released on April 30, 2019.

The authors are looking for blog tour hosts. If you can host a day and help spread the word about the anthology, sign up through Google Docs.

You can also pre-order either print or eBook: Barnes & Noble / Amazon / Dancing Lemur Press LLC
Print ISBN 9781939844644 $14.95
EBook ISBN 9781939844651 $4.99

Plus show your support and add Masquerade on Goodreads.


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This month’s WEP Challenge is 28 Days.

This prompt came up as a contest winner generated by the IWSG gang – we chose the winner from a whole bunch of creative ideas! Congratulations to long-time WEP participant, Toinette Thomas.

Incorporate 28 days in your entry. It can be the time limit for a task or a challenge. The quantum of growth, a journey, a change, and/or healing that happens in 28 days. Come in with a werewolf entry. Or don’t. Tell us about some other moon phase-based folklore instead. Fashion an epistolary flash as a series of 28 diary entries or postcards. Mainstream, fantasy, romance, travel – all wide open. A lot of things can happen in 28 days!

Sign up and post your entry on February 20.


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The IWSG Goodreads Book Club is changing things up!

5 Discussion Questions: We will pose 5 questions that you can answer about the book we’ve read as a group. You can answer one question or all five. It’s up to you.

Discussion Day Poll: Every discussion day, there will also be a poll that all members will get invited to answer. This is a great option to participate that is fast and simple.

Quiz: You can also help us create a Goodreads quiz for the book we’ve read.

Giveaways: Every Discussion Day, book club members will get a Goodreads message that will include the chance for members to enter a free Rafflecopter giveaway.

Freebies: When we announce the next reading selection, another Goodreads message will go out that’ll include a downloadable freebie, which could be anything.

Other Polls: We will also invite members to answer writing or reading related polls during our “down” months. One poll will be related to the book in some way.

We read a new book every other month, alternating between craft books and fictional books that demonstrate an aspect of writing. Members vote on our fictional books.

Join Here: IWSG Goodreads Book Club
Our February/March 2019 book is…
Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier
This book was voted on by our members as a good example of setting.
Discussion Day will be March 20th.


What other creative outlets do you have? Don't forget to check out more IWSG posts here.