Monthly Archives: April 2013

How much do authors earn – typical UK royalties

I’ve been asked this several times recently so I thought I’d try and answer it. And I shall be talking about the typical royalties offered by many UK publishers for a paperback fiction book. (We do things differently at Celandor … Continue reading

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Latest Projects…… Carers Federation/Double Impact/Nottingham Women Poets

We are currently working on a book with the Nottingham Carers Federation which will be an anthology of stories by people who care for those suffering from addiction. The stories already submitted are breathtaking and sometimes heartbreaking in their honesty. … Continue reading

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Stories in Sandstone – a Nottingham Anthology

This is our latest book, a collection of Nottingham based short stories by members of the Notts Writers Group. The formal launch will be at the Guitar Bar, Hotel Deux, Nottingham on May 30th. I am reluctant to say more … Continue reading

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Nottingham artist and photographer Trish Evans

Trish allowed us to use one of her photographs for the cover of Grime Kerbstone Psalms and both me and Miggy were thrilled by this. We saw her work at an exhibition she held at Antenna, a venue in Nottingham … Continue reading

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Grime Kerbstone Psalms by Miggy Angel

Miggy Angels book, Grime Kerbsone Psalms, is now on sale from our website, www.celandor.co.uk. We do intend to have an ‘official’ launch as soon as possible because it certainly deserves one. So how did this book come about, I hear … Continue reading

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Bringing things up to date….

Hi. Been a while since I wrote anything on here which is daft as LOADS happened! (But then that’s probably why…. no time.). I’ve decided to close down the Climbing Mountains blog (which was elsewhere) and post messages about the … Continue reading

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