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Brian L Porter's Blog – December 2009 Archive (11)

A Plea for Votes in the Preditors & Editors Awards

I hope all my friends won't me asking for your support for my nominations in this year's annual Preditors & Editors Awards. As always, I really appreciate all the support given to me and my work by all of my friends and contacts and hope you will all feel able to do so once again. Voting opens on 1st January and closes at midnight on the 14th.



My latest release 'Tilly's Tale' written as Harry Porter is nominated for Best Children's Book and also for Best… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on December 31, 2009 at 11:57pm — 2 Comments

Legacy of the Ripper is a Kwips & Kritiques Recommended Read

I'm delighted to say that 'Legacy of the Ripper' has just been awarded 'Recommended Read' status by the reviewers at review body CK2S Kwips and Kritiques. This is great news as the book is also nominated for the 'Best Thriller' award in The Preditors & Editors Awards, won last year by 'A Study in Red'. I'll be posting news of the awards and how to vote when the polls open tomorrow 1st January and I hope a few of my friends will support my nomination, and also that of my children's… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on December 31, 2009 at 4:32am — No Comments

A Review with a Recipe for Tilly's Tale

As this will be my last post before Christmas, I wanted to share with you the latest, really lovely review that my humble little book, Tilly's Tale has received. Martha Cheves is a reviewer with a difference. All the book reviews she carries out are accompanied by a delicious recipe that goes hand in hand with the book. In this case she has provided a WONDERFUL recipe for DOG TREATS. Whoopee. I'm sure she won't mind me sharing her lovely recipe and her review with everyone, so without… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on December 23, 2009 at 3:50am — No Comments

Tilly's Tale Receives Another 5 Star Review

I'm happy to say that Tilly's Tale has picked up another 5 star review at Amazon.com. this follows hot on the heels of the previous two reviews received this week. The 'wag-o-meter' on Tilly's tail is almost off the scale. It just won't stop wagging! Tilly also 'signed' a couple of books at the dog training academy yesterday. She's getting rather good at it...lol



Here's the latest:



5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful tale to be shared!, December 18, 2009

By…
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Added by Brian L Porter on December 21, 2009 at 7:15am — No Comments

Tilly's Tale Receives TWO More 5 Star Reviews

I'm delighted to be able to add not one but TWO wonderful 5 star reviews received on Amazon and Barnes & Noble by Tilly's Tale. I'm so pleased that the book seems to be doing exactly what it was intended to in terms of reaching out to educate and inform people about the plight of abused and neglected dogs, and about the great work of those who work so hard to rescue and re-home them. As for Tilly, she's so happy her 'wagometer' has gone off the scale and her tail muscles must be… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on December 18, 2009 at 4:37am — No Comments

Tilly Merchandise Now Available from 4RV Publishing.

I'm delighted that 4RV Publishing have released a wonderful range of merchandise to accompany 'Tilly's Tale'. Fans of Tilly can now order from a superb range that includes tee-shirts, neckties, coffee mugs, sweatshirts and even doggie sweaters. To see the full five page range of gifts, (still available to order in time for Christmas) please go to… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on December 15, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

Tilly's Tale being offered with big discounts for Chrisitmas

I'm pleased to be able to let everyone know that 'Tilly's Tale' is currently being offered by the publisher at a 15% discount in the run-up to Christmas. The reduced price will apply up to the 20th December and can be obtained by going to http://4rvpublishingllc.com/ Obviously this price will benefit US readers but those in the UK can also take advantage of a small discount plus free Super Saver Delivery at… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on December 14, 2009 at 8:15am — No Comments

Another Great Review for Tilly's Tale

I've just discovered another great review of Tilly's Tale has shown up, this time on the site of Barnes & Noble.

The review says:



Absolutely adorable true tale!!!by Jacque_F



Reader Rating: 5 stars




December 06, 2009: What an absolutely adorable true story written by a…
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Added by Brian L Porter on December 7, 2009 at 8:48am — No Comments

Photo of Tilly With Her Book.

At long last I've managed to get Tilly to agree to pose for a photo with a copy of Tilly's Tale.

Here she is, seated in my office chair of course, from where the book was written. Tilly's Tale is available from the following sources:



Tilly’s Tale




Tilly is a small, scruffy terrier. When her master dies she is taken from his home by the old man’s son, who instead of looking after her, throws the little dog out into…
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Added by Brian L Porter on December 5, 2009 at 9:45am — No Comments

Tilly's Tale Receives Another 5 Star Review

I'm more than delighted that Tilly's Tale has just received another wonderful review which appears on both Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk



Here's what the reviewer had to say:





5.0… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on December 3, 2009 at 4:48am — No Comments

Tilly's Tale, Amazon.co.uk

I'm pleased to say that after the recent 'out of stock' situation, Amazon.co.uk are now once again able to offer 'Tilly's Tale' in time for Christmas delivery. There is therefore no reason why UK readers should be disappointed if they wish to obtain a copy for rapid delivery.



The book is available from all of the following sources:…



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Added by Brian L Porter on December 2, 2009 at 2:14pm — No Comments

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