About Me

Tollesbury, Essex, United Kingdom
I was born in the Summer of 1969 in Dagenham, just on the border of East London. School was largely unproductive but enjoyable, setting me up for something of a wayward but interesting life! On leaving school I had various jobs including putting up stalls at Romford Market, working in a record shop, putting up ceilings, gardening and road sweeping. After resigning from an insurance company to play in a band, I found myself unemployed for two years. Then finally I got back on my feet and I've been a psychiatric nurse since 1997. I wrote A Cleansing of Souls when I was 22 years old and followed it up with Tollesbury Time Forever almost twenty years later. I started writing The Bird That Nobody Sees in September 2011 and it was released in July 2012. In terms of writing, my heroes are Jack Kerouac and John Steinbeck. I would also include Kris Kristofferson, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits as literary influences. So that's me I guess - scruffy, happy and in love with literary fiction, music and life...

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Paperback and Kindle Version now available!

Well it's taken longer than I hoped and it was more complicated than I imagined but at last the Kindle version and Paperback version of Tollesbury Time Forever are now 'linked' and available from the same page. It's a complicated old business but it was worth it! 

Here you go!!

UK - Kindle - £1.99 and Paperback £5.99

US - Kindle - $2.99 and Paperback $8.99

I hope to have the paperback version of The Bird That Nobody Sees out by the end of September 2012. Should be a smoother process now I know what I'm doing!!




Nick Wilford said...

Good stuff, Stu. I imagine there's no greater feeling as a writer than holding your book in your hands, or thinking about it on someone's bookshelf - still has the edge over the Kindle, I think!

Stu Ayris said...

You're right there mate. Wonderful all round! Love it!!