Happy New Year!

Happy new year, everyone! As ever, this is a time for reconciling the old, and thinking about what will happen in the year ahead.

Last week, I took a look back at some of the highlights of 2012 on Facebook and Twitter. If you missed it, here are the links to the highlights. They include posts from this here blog, some reviews from amazing blogs from both sides of the pond, and a series of interviews I did as part of the Best Indie Books blog tour in September. They're all well worth a read, so feel free to look around. 

Tuesday 18th December: We started with one of Pegasus Falling's best reviews, courtesy of Zohar at ManOfLaBook.com

Wednesday 19th December: Author Juliette Hill's interview with yours truly from September's #BestIndieBook Festival

Thursday 20th December: Award-winning author Melissa Foster's article about the power of cross promotion, and the huge success of the #BestIndieBook competition.

Friday 21st December: Another great interview with Mike by Amanda 
Socci on her blog, SocciWriter

Saturday 22nd December: The day Mike was invited on to Nick Coffer's show on BBC Three Counties Radio to talk about Pegasus Falling

Sunday 23rd December: A look at the fantastic response the book has had on Goodreads. Check out some of the great reviews readers have left.


Monday 24th December: Anne Cater's wonderful review on her brilliant blog, Random Things Through My Letterbox. If you haven't seen Anne's blog before, it's well worth a look. Earlier in the year, one random thing
landing on Anne's doormat was Pegasus Falling. As you can tell from the
review, I think she liked it!


I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I owe a huge thank you to everyone who read, reviewed, commented on, hosted and supported the book throughout the year. I could not have hoped for a better reception to William's work, and I certainly couldn't have made 2012 such a success without the myriad of people who gave up their time to help us out. I wish I could have included all links to all reviews here, because frankly, every single one means a heck of a lot. 

So what of the future? Well, tomorrow I'll be posting about what you can expect from acute Angle books in 2013. 2012 was quite spectacular in many ways, and with the second and third instalment of the Cypress Branches trilogy due out this year, 2013 promises to be even better.

Stay tuned!

Happy reading,
Mike

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