Updates

The Arrow of Apollo: 70 % of the way to its target

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Dear All,

I've been quiet on this project for a month or two, but I'm delighted to see that THE ARROW OF APOLLO has now reached 72 % of its funding target.

This is a very important moment, as I have heard a rumour that all Unbound books which reach 70 % have a very high chance of becomming funded. 

Having already raised a considerable sum, there is now a relatively small stretch to go. I…

A Sisyphean Task

Monday, 9 April 2018

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Dear All,

I hope you have enjoyed a wonderful Easter: perhaps you are still enjoying the holidays.

The Arrow of Apollo has now reached 67 % of its funding target.

I will be writing about the characters in the book, weekly, here on my website. First up is Aeneas, the prince who escaped Troy and founded Rome; second is his wife Lavinia. When finished, the edited mini-bios will be part of…

The Arrow of Apollo: 61 %

Thursday, 1 March 2018

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Dear All,

As the snow rages outside, you may be thinking: now's the time I'd like to sit down and curl up with a book. You may even be wondering how long it will take for this one to appear.

Funding is progressing well, and my target is to reach completion within the next 4 months. Having reached 60 % it now seems a lot more achievable. Once that has happened, the book, which is currently in…

Thank you and Merry Christmas

Wednesday, 27 December 2017

Dear All,

A very short update from THE ARROW OF APOLLO: thank you once again for all your generous support in this project. We are making strides, and are now at 37 per cent funded.

I wish you all a very merry Christmas - and Saturnalia, too.

Philip

Introducing: Python

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Dear All,

We have reached 25 per cent funded! Thank you so much to you all for your generosity to this project.

As you will know, THE ARROW OF APOLLO is set in the legendary past. One of the things that has always interested me is: causes and consequences. What if Eris had been invited to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis? Then she would never have thrown down the golden apple, and would never…

Still funding
73% funded
288 backers