Celebrate Indie Publishing with author Deborah Miles from this post on The Quiet Knitter blog.
As it’s Friday I am delighted to share another post with you to celebrate independent publishing. Today’s post features a book that is so different from any other I’ve read recently. The book in question is Orchard View by Deborah Miles, and Deborah has kindly taken some time out to answer some questions about the ups and downs of being an author.
Digging in the garden, builder and current owner, Bill Maynard, discovers some old bones. He worries that the discovery will upset his plans for renovating and selling the house.
Fortunately, his neighbour tells him the whole area was a burial site at the time of the Black Death and finding bones is commonplace.
“Well, as they’re so old and the museums have enough bones already, I suppose we can ignore them. It’s not like there’s been a murder and we’ve just found the body,” he…
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