March Author Update

The Beast from the East, bad weather to you and me, has swept away. All of a sudden, England has morphed from white to almost-green. Is Spring in the air?

As for me, I’ve been editing, editing, editing like the industrious literary beaver I am. The Theatre of The Moon – Nimbus takes greater shape daily as each chapter grows nearer to perfection. Who is La Contessa D’Argento, the proprietor to London’s newest theatrical attraction? Only time will tell.

The cold weather and an enforced period indoors has also helped in developing the several other projects I have on the go with no small amount of words being written in anger, as they say.

As well as the novel work, I have also utilised the Scrivener writing software I use to compile and order the short stories I am always writing. This has worked so well that given half a chance I’ll share how I did it for the benefit of others. Not only can I write and edit within one place but use the self-same database and templates for submitting work. It’s been a great help.

As regards published work, The Eternals is on promotion from the 8th – 9th of March in Kindle format for just $0.99 / £0.99 depending on your region. I hope this serves as a tempter to the other two books in the trilogy, Hunter Hunted and Into Eternity.


As always, I wish you all a great month.


Richard M. Ankers

Author of The Eternals Series

21 thoughts on “March Author Update

  1. Congrats on you book publication Richard and yes the snow was a beast and from the East it came with bitter biting winds.
    Glad its nearly all gone, almost over night after heavy rain fall. Just the drifts still standing. Lovely to see green again.
    And that sounds one interesting editing tool
    Wishing you well, Enjoy March, lets hope it goes out like a lamb. 🙂

    1. Aww, that’s kind. I won’t be around much now, Natalie. I need to focus on the writing and the blogging is a distraction I don’t need. I’ll keep popping back though. 👍

  2. Hi Richard! Glad to hear you’re “editing like an industrious literary beaver.” Yay. Good for you for taking the time to be creative and leap forward in your book preparation. 🙂 Happy editing (if that’s possible). 🙂

  3. Is this my old friend Richard or a famous author? It’s hard to tell the difference. I love this. I got a notification from Amazon in my emails that your new book was published. Congrats to you my friend. When I heard it was snowing there I thought how happy you must be. I’m so happy for you!

    When and if you get time we must catch up!
    Same ole’ stuff going on over here in my camp! 🙂 😀 Hooray

    1. Where’s that little cheery emoji chap gone? I’ve just been running through heavy snow. I was enjoying it until I ran through a puddle that went up to my shin. LOL Not so much after that.

      1. I’m amazed at all the snow you guys have been getting this year. You will certainly have your snow quota met for the year 😂😂😂 ❄️ I worry about the birds and little outside animals when the weather is like this. I won’t brag it’s warming here already. We hardly got any snow this year. 😌😉🙋🏼‍♀️

  4. Keep working like you do, because Spring is in the air and then you surely want to run outside more again 😉
    Besides that…I am so looking forward your next book!
    Sending you a big hug and until April. XxX

      1. Hm…rain is predicted here too. But not complaining, nature needs it…saw a lot of new ‘green’ waiting to grow 🙂

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