Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Freedom Come All Ye: UP FOR SALE!!!

Well, I am incredibly excited to announce that my first book is now up for sale! (YAY! play a peppy bagpipe tune everyone!) I talked about my book on my other blog The First Scribbles a while ago (too long ago) and now I have finally put it up for sale and before Wallace Day like I promised! This book is about William Wallace as a teenager and it will be a great thing to buy for yourself or a friend for Wallace Day (hint hint) It's really a young adult book, but there's no reason why anyone couldn't read it. There's nothing stupid or childish about it. It's simply my take on Wallace as a young man. A lot of my stuff from it is taken from Blind Harry because he's the only one who really talks about Wallace before Stirling Bridge. I added my own villain though, because I wanted a plot line! I think it's a good story, I'm happy with it, which means a lot, believe me, and I feel strongly about the characters. There's more historical people in it as well like John Graham, Marion Braidfoot and several others. So if you'd like to give it a go, it would make me really happy!

You can get my book from this link off of Createspace where I have it published:

It will also be available from Amazon in about a week, but it's the same price for you and I make more if you buy is from Createspace! Everyone likes to make money, you know.

So at least take a look at it, and if you do buy it, tell me what you think. If you really like it, maybe you can even go on Amazon and write me a nice review! Don't mean to ask too much, ye ken.

Well, I'll be back soon with some Wallace Day posts, I've been a slacker lately.

Slainte, Hazel


  1. Congratulations, Hazel!! What an accomplishment! I can't wait to pick up where I left off from your chapter previews you gave us.

    Cheers! Karen

  2. Thanks, very much, Karen. I'm very excited to see what you think of it!

  3. Congratulations on the publication of your book!! This is such a busy week for me that I am chomping at the bit to get back to the story! Next week will be much calmer. Great so far !! Love, Aunt Dottie

  4. Thank you! I'm glad you're liking it!

  5. We got your book in the mail and cant wait to read it!! I think is looks so nice! It will be much easier to carry with you too since its not as large as the Manuscripts! Congratulations!

  6. Aye, it is, glad you like it :):)