The books now available from smashwords.com

I am currently compiling a list of radio stations and other media owners in the Washington State area with the plan to send out a press release publicising the book. Hopefully I will have a local book distribution deal or book stockist in place to direct potential buyers to. Fingers crossed. The book is now available to buy from smashwords.com and it seems to be popular.
 
I've completed the first read through of the new book and now I need to work on the layout. Then the next phase of the editing process can begin, which can take a while. 

It's Competition Time

I am currently running a competition to win one of five signed copies of Teen Cops ‘A Time for Redemption’ with whattodowiththekids.co.uk. Just answer one simple question for your chance to win. A similar competition will also be running on 16th July with littlebird.co.uk (on their Twitter account).
 
I’ve been busy for the past week editing the new book and it seems like this process will take at least another two weeks. The editing process can be very boring, but the end results should be worthwhile. I plan to post snippets from the new book Teen Cops ‘On Sacred Ground’ as the process continues.

WSP Videos

I will try to add new Washington State Police videos as I find them on Youtube. There are a few home made Teen Cops trailers as well and these are just where young film makers have developed their own ideas, rather than base anything on the Teen Cops books.
 
I had a big sales drive on the Kindle version of the book two weeks ago and this went very well. Copies seem to sell all over the world and  I wonder what the French think of it?
Teen Cops (A Time for Redemption)

Washington State Police Videos

I have found a selection of Washington State Trooper videos and posted these on the site. If you have any police related videos that you think might be of interest then please feel free to send them in. Or why not make your own Teen Cops episode?

Book location

I thought it might be interesting to see one of the locations from the book and I would like you to visit cafedelirium.com in Gresham Oregon. You'll need to read the book to find out more. Please like Facebook.com/cafedelirium. The owner Cody has been very supportive and perhaps one day I’ll pay Café Delirium a visit!

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