A Murder Of Crows

By Ian Skewis

A psychological crime thriller set in Scotland

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Day 53: London and growing pains...

It's been a very industrial time over the past few weeks, so much so that I have not had the time to write my blog because I've been too busy raising funds!

I teamed up with fellow writers Jennie Ensor, Phyllis Richardson and Martine McDonagh and we read from our books in front of a small crowd in a pub in Highgate, London. It was a long way for me to go just to read for 20 or so minutes but it was worth it in order to meet up with fellow writers and with the publishers too - who also introduced us.

Since then my book has picked up again and is currently at 41%.

There are so many people who have come forward to show their support and though it is very humbling and difficult to have to ask for money in the current financial climate I am happy to see that there are people who are willing to see this project fulfilled. At times, I have to say, my moods have been one minute up, the next down, and the process is often a painful one, but thanks to your support I am managing to stay afloat!

Thank you to the following for your pledges:

Anne Cunningham

Stephen Christopher

Jennie Ensor

Elizabeth Tucker

Phyllis Richardson

Martine McDonagh

Paul Kramer

Colleen Mooney

Thompson Sunerton

Nicola Miller Gillies

Sue Whitten

Richy Kenny

George Allan

Chris Nicholson

Ceri Gray

David Sismore

Very kind of you all and thank you!

Coming soon...the Hillhead Book Launch, Sunday 21st February at Hillhead Library, 1.30pm, hosted by Gavin Mitchell from television's Still Game and featuring Jennie Ensor and another guest tbc...

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