Wasteland. Book 2 of The Lost King series

I had such trouble when I tried to publish Nuggets, my collection of ultra-short fiction that I was expecting the worst when I started to publish the new novel.However, to my astonishment and joy, I only aged five years today in publishing this book. I had a real problem with the cover because the new crop I did made the picture too small. Fortunately, I had another copy of the photograph and this crop was the right size. How had that happened? I don’t know.Putting the novel up on Amazon was comparatively simple after this. Putting it up on Smashwords even more simple.

What a delight. I was able to download the book onto my Sony reader within minutes. I’ll have to wait 24 hours for Amazon. So if you want to read it today, and I hope you do, go to Smashwords.com and buy the book today.


About Martin Lake

Martin Lake lives in the French Riviera with his wife. After studying at the University of East Anglia he worked as a teacher, trainer and company director. A serious accident shattered his arm and meant that he had to rein back his work. He decided to concentrate on writing and is now writing full-time. He writes a wide range of fiction. His main interests are historical fiction, short stories and fiction for young adults. Martin has a series of novels 'The Lost King' which are set in the years following the Norman Invasion of England. They concern Edgar Atheling, last representative of the ancient English royal dynasty and his fight to regain the throne from William the Conqueror. Martin has also published 'Artful' the further adventures of the Dodger and 'Outcasts' a novel about fall of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. His latest novel, 'A Love Most Dangerous' is about a maid of honour who becomes the lover of Henry VIII. Martin’s work has been broadcast on radio. He won first prize in the Kenneth Grahame Society competition to write a story based on 'The Wind in the Willows.' You can get the collection, 'The Wind in the Willows Short Stories' from Amazon.
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