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September 22, 2014

My new book cover is here!

by Penny BroJacquie

The time has come for the secret to be revealed. A secret which is dreadful! Har har har!

It seems that I have a new book coming out and today I have the pleasure to get its cover revealed.

So here it is…

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Book Title: ‘The Undead Must Die’

Book #1 in The Order of the Black Rose series but can be read as a standalone.

Author: Penny BroJacquie

Release Date: November 2014

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Floriana, a British art student, travels to Greece to admire and study the magnificent ancient Greek artefacts. She couldn’t imagine though that a morning excursion to cape Sounion would turn to an agonizing race across Europe.

Surrounded by mysterious sects, presumptive killers and black roses, unexperienced and clumsy Floriana discovers with horror she is the keeper of the secret that can save humanity of its most dreadful enemy: undeath.

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Now let’s raise our glasses!

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August 20, 2014

‘City Break In Athens’ is now LIVE on Amazon, B&N, IBooks and more

by Penny BroJacquie

 

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I’m beyond excited to let you know that my first book City Break In Athens is now available on all major online bookstores.

City Break in Athens is a travel guide to the city of Athens, Greece and I worked hard so it becomes the best friend for those who’re planning a trip to our beautiful city. It’s the first instalment in a travel books series I’m planning to published under the umbrella of Yia Su!, I brand I founded a few years ago aiming to provide solid advices to travellers to Athens.

I’m going to share with you my experiences as I’m taking my first steps into the self-publishing industry in my future posts on my writing blog Penny Writes.

For now all I want to do is take a big breath and enjoy a glass of cold white wine. So, that’s how it feels to be a published author… (she exhaled exhausted).

City Break in Athens is now available for sale on:

August 12, 2014

Hamlet’s Day all the way!

by Penny BroJacquie

 

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Have you heard the news? Benedict Cumberbatch is going to step into Hamlet’s shoes next year. If you had no idea about it and you first heard it from me, then you probably have already missed your chance to book your ticket to the show.

Let’s make it clear. Benedict Cumberbatch will star in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet at London’s Barbican theater in a run that will last from early August until late October — next year.

Tickets went on sale n Monday at 10 a.m. London time but who knew what would happen next? The theatre’s allocation of tickets had sold out by about 5:30 p.m. London time.

As a huge Benedict Cumberbatch fan I wouldn’t have missed the chance watch him perform on stage in one of Shakespeare’s most popular works.

Without having a clue about what was happening I logged in on Barbican’s website on Monday afternoon only to find myself in a virtual queue of more than 35.000.

Just a few minutes later the theatre’s allocation sold out but a notification encouraged all those in queue to visit ATG (Ambassador Theater Group) website which got an exclusive allocation tickets.

And yes baby, that’s how I got my ticket! Fingers crossed in 13 months from now I’ll be in London watching Benedict Cumberbatch as Hamlet. The rest of the cast hasn’t been announced yet but it’s rumoured Gary Oldman is going to play Claudius. That would be awesome.

But that wasn’t the end of a good day. Just a few minutes after I received my ticket order confirmation email, another email arrived in my inbox.

This time it was from my publisher’s! My ePub proof for City Break In Athens, my travel guide for the city of Athens and my very first book, is now ready for review!

And wait, I have more. Here is what was written in my publisher’s message:

“If anything is “rotten in the state of Denmark”, please “reject” the proof (blabla)”.

No doubt it was Hamlet’s Day all the way!

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