Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Triskele Trail, Day 6 Interview on the Triskele Tour #Give@way



Triskele Books and Prism Book Tours presents...
A Week of Interviews and Giveaways!

Day 6. Triskele Trail: 

JJ Marsh discusses Triskele's first non-fiction release, Triskele Trail.




WHY did the idea of producing a book like Triskele Trail appeal to you?

We realised how far we’d come and in particular, how much we’d learnt from others sharing their experiences. It seemed only fair to pass on our own.


HOW would you sum up Triskele Trail in a one sentence synopsis?

Our roadmap to self-publishing, pot-holes, wrong turnings and all.


WHEN did the need for a book like this become apparent to you?

As more and more people asked advice on all aspects of indie publishing, we kept saying the same things, forwarding the same articles, repeating the same advice. Eventually, we decided to collect it all together in one place.


WHO do you think will benefit most from Triskele Trail, debut authors or established writers?

Both. Whether you’ve been writing for years or just starting, publishing your work is a completely new world, requiring a new set of skills. The book is a hand to hold as you navigate the roads along that journey.


WHICH chapter or segment of advice did you learn the most from while researching the book?

I think we’d all have different answers to that. So many of the chapters and tips written by the others are gold dust. Not just as eye-openers, but reminders of things I knew but had forgotten about. Putting the book together has been an inspiring experience, and totally reinforced my decision to go the independent route.


WHAT do you see as the next move from Triskele Books. You're certainly expanding your platform, so what's next?

Every six months, we stop and evaluate where we’re going. What’s working, what needs to be improved, and how best to move on. We’ll be planning the summer of 2014, writing new books and organising festival appearances; exploring formats, such as audiobooks, boxsets and translations; recruiting new writers for the end of next year; and finding more ways to connect books and readers.



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Mass Giveaway!

1 Signed Paperback,
2 eCopies...

Wolfsangel by Liza Perrat
Ghost Town by Catriona Troth
Overlord, The Rise of Zenobia by JD Smith

1 Signed Paperback of any one book out of each series, 
1 eBook Boxset of each, 
1 eBook of each book in both series...

The Charter, Closure, Complicit by Gillian Hamer
Behind Closed Doors, Raw Material, Tread Softly by JJ Marsh

Print copies available to win in US/Can/UK. eCopies available Internationally. Open to those who can legally enter and are able to receive winnings. Winners will be drawn randomly on Rafflecopter. Winners will be awarded according to their preference in the order they are drawn. If there is no preference indicated, they will win according to the consecutive posting order. Winners will be announced on Rafflecopter and notified by email after the giveaway has ended. They will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Rafflecopter or any other entity unless otherwise specified. The odds of winning are determined by the number of entries. This giveaway was organized by the authors of Triskele Books and Prism Book Tours: www.prismbooktours.com and sponsored by the authors. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

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A Week of Interviews and Giveaways!
November 16 - 22

16 – Literally Jen - Wolfsangel by Liza Perrat

17 – Beck Valley Books - Ghost Town by Catriona Troth

18 – Deal Sharing Aunt - Overlord, The Rise of Zenobia by JD Smith


19 – The (Mis)Adventures of a Twenty-Something Year OldGirl - The Boxset from Gillian Hamer

  

20 – Brooke Blogs - Boxset by JJ Marsh

  

21 – Colorimetry - Triskele Trail



22 – Grand Finale
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