This Publishing Lark

I’m so grateful for my new career as an indie publisher at Springtime Books. I get to work from home (tick) and I get to make a little cash to keep us out of the workhouse (big tick). But I don’t have to attend turgid meetings and pretend to give a toss (tick), I don’t have to listen to some pompous fart who loves the sound of his or her own voice (tick), I don’t have to write tedious business reports that no one can be bothered to read (tick), and, best of all, I don’t have to kiss the boss’s arse (biggest tick). Except for Liam’s of course.

I do, however, get to work with some incredibly fascinating and talented individuals. It’s a pleasure, not a chore, and I’m chuffed to have helped them get their words out there.

Springtime Books

As you can see, you can’t wipe the smile off my face. And there’s more to come. Business is brisk.

Titles from Springtime Books

8 thoughts on “This Publishing Lark

  1. Can I just say in the picture of you peeking out behind ‘Passage of the Stork’ you look remarkably like the late,great Eric Morecambe. Add ‘Look a Like’ to your repertoire?


  2. So glad you found a) you can write, b) you enjoy writing, and c) you can publish.
    I had to be 71 before I found I love writing (and publishing!) children’s books. Now if I could only make a few $$. Or at least earn back what I’ve spent. You have accomplished both, paying back and earning some!!


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