Halloween offer of £5.00 per paperback copy of World's Apart: short Story Anthology announced.
Final confirmation is in: CEA Greatest Anthology Written contains 111 stories, by 111 authors. The collection contains: 473080 words, 599 pages.
Today KMorral visited the East Anglian Festival of Culture to receive her certificate and winning copy of the anthology published to raise funds for Alzheimers Research UK.
The event was a fascinating chance, albeit only briefly attended due to time limitations, to talk to authors and explore the range of books written in the locality, hear readings from the winning contributors to the anthology and listen to a motivational speech from one of the other attendees.
KMorral was once again interviewed by Jill Bowyer of Salford city Radio's 'Drive with Kaleidoscope' talking about KMorral's involvement in the World Record Anthology and the overall process of achieving a literary world record.
Listen again here, with the interview taking place approximately 15 minutes in.
World's Apart is currently attending the Beijing book fair. fingers crossed for increased interest.
22 August 2017 - World Record Anthology.
Over the last few weeks KMorral has been editing a short story for submission into a Guiness World Record Attempt anthology. The record is targeting the most number of authors in one anthology - currently set at 50. Our organiser is targeting 100, with 112 interested authors from all over the world and 55 currently submitted, we ar eloping positive. to achieve the record, alongside technicalities, we need to sell 1000 copies (some of which can be e-books).
The anthology -'Greatest Anthology ever written' can be pre-ordered, and full details, found through Celenic Earth Publications website.
So it turns out, that being left alone for two weeks at work, getting a stinking cold and having a birthday with parental visits has a greater impact on website updates than anticipated.
As of the 8th of July, the cover of the East Anglia Festival of culture anthology will be one of the images submitted by KMorral Fiction Photography.
Two new images just submitted for the East Anglia Festival of Culture photography competition: the winning image to be the cover over a new Anthology of local authors short stories. All in support of Alzheimers Research UK. Fingers crossed :-) but a good cause to support anyway.
This week World's Apart attended BookExpo USA in New York.
This week Worlds Apart will be attending the London Book Fair (14 - 16 March), sharing the AuthorHouse [printing company] table with other recent publications. This is the first chance for the wider professional literary world to see what it and KMorral has to offer. Wish us luck!
KMorral gives her first live (telephone) interview tonight on Salford City Radios Kaleidoscope hour (5-6pm), with Jill Bowyer. Listen online here as KMorral discusses the stories behind the stories and the experience of writing.
Had a busy day playing with photographs… the first of the valentines collection is now available through KMorral's Redbubble shop… lots of inspiration still simmering and more works in the system.
And … after a months delay, the first monthly features have found their way to the Photography Page. Check them out here.
So… KMorral's first ever full interview is now live, thanks to blogger and author Jesse Teller! You can find it online as part of his Friday Interviews series visit jesseteller.com
The questions were distributed and answered in November and KMorral is looking forward to the next step - a live telephone interview for Salford City radio on the 7th of February 2016 (between 5 and 5.30pm).
KMorral is delighted to confirm that Worlds Apart is now online through the reading and reviewing website GoodReads. An author account has been set up , where you will be able to communicate directly with KMorral, you will find some of her many interests in reading and will be able to share your review of Worlds Apart with the world. Visit KMorral's profile.
WORLDS APART Out Now... Visit my Fiction page for full details.
This collection of 6 short stories offer the readers a tantalising glimpse into the lives of the very different characters. An insight into their daily existence, or an exploration of a thrilling episode which has the potential to prove deadly.
This weeks features celebrate farming after a lovely day at Gressenhall Farm and workhouse Apple day
This weeks, delayed due to a recent house move, features celebrate World Animal Day on the 4th of October
This weeks features celebrate the bunnies after they made a sticker sale :-)
This weeks features celebrate the sky after a weird, inspirational and mildly scary drive home last week (with thunder storm, rainbow and golden sunset all happening at the same time.
In celebration of a big week and a vanished month, this weeks features are a combination of house move and celebration images and writing.
This weeks photography page features focus on the layers in nature.
Somewhat astonished at the extent of the delay, this weeks features are a celebration of summer fun.
This weeks features are a mix of pictures and words, celebrating a fantasy theme. Check them out in full here.
This weeks features have been selected to acknowledge Open Farm Sunday here in the UK.
This weeks features are a tribute to Manchester (charity concert on tonight) and the solidarity of music with urban centres and musical instruments forming a mix of images.
This weeks features celebrate nature in the diversity of creatures and views.
This weeks features have a musical theme :-)
This weeks features are a reminder of sunny holidays in Crete, last year.
Continuing with the spring theme, this week's features are a multitude of flowers.
This weeks features, having been delayed by holiday without internet and distraction in the form of reading material, are now in place: the theme? Holidays! :-)
This weeks features are now in place, with a theme of fantastic beasts.
After an oversight last week, this weeks features are all short stories: available to read through Redbubble
In stark contrast to last week, this week's features are full of colour!
This weeks features are have a black and white theme, split between Smudge and Bart and architectural images.
This weeks weekly features have a rather obvious 'Valentine' theme - being either red, floral or heart shaped. A gift to all singles and couples alike.
07/02/2017 To hear KMorral live, listen to Salford City radio 94.4FM: listen again here
The first of the valentines collection is now available through KMorral's Redbubble shop.
The first monthly features now in place on KMorral's Photography Page.
My first official Author interview is now live!
Smart, professional marketing material arrived!
Goodreads account all set up, just waiting for some readers and ratings!
12/12/2015. Books delivered! New Christmas tree made! Ready to distribute to all who want it.
Delivery delayed :-( distribution as soon as possible.
750 copies ordered… bulk purchases enables a discount price to the online retail price available elsewhere. 10-15 days for delivery (for release date of 05/12/16!) and then all hands to the grindstone to distribute samples, leaflets and pre-ordered copies.
With Christmas just around the corner, KMorral's Christmas Collection has been re-introduced to her photography portfolio. Get a selection of Christmas cards, wintery images and festive curiosities to get yourself, or your friends, in the winter frame of mind.
Final Proof approved! Worlds apart will available from the 14th of November. Now I just have to get the marketing sorted! It has suddenly become very real very fast!
First Proof copy seen, reviewed and returned with comments. Getting twitchy about seeing the real thing now!