Robin Takes Off At Last As All One Could Wish

I seem to have spent the whole day on the phone or internet dealing with issues. Even on the way back from school with the grandchildren, after R had finished her Squad swimming, she was holding my mobile phone to my ear while I gave advice to a former colleague in respect of another who has probable legal problems. Then I was discussing a talk I have to give on Saturday, and chasing up swimming pool quotes . . .

I found time to follow up yet again on the dreadfully long-outstanding proof of the delightful book ‘The Robin and the Wish’, and this time fruit was borne. The prints were delivered and the issue of a double-page spread with a wolf, perfect on the PDF but almost invisible on the printed page, has finally been resolved. Also, contrary to the gloomy predictions of my UK partner in crime, the clarity of the illustrations provided are more than adequate on the size printed. So, we have another book ready to go!

I am thrilled. It is the most charming read, adequately described on the back cover:

© July 2019 Colonialist

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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13 Responses to Robin Takes Off At Last As All One Could Wish

  1. Baie geluk… niks kom by die eerste keer as jy so boek in die hand hou! ❤


  2. SueW says:

    Congratulations on finally resolving the issues. Very best wishes, may the sales soar as high as the bird!


  3. Sounds to be a most charming story, Col. Congratulations and good luck. Your life sounds hectic, as usual. 🙂


  4. Great news, and wonderful accomplishment. Good for you!!!


  5. disperser says:

    Many worthwhile things have arduous roads to completion. Congratulations.


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