It occurs to me that on occasion I’m supposed to market my books and worse still promote myself. So, I shall make myself a Field Marshall which is about as promoted as I can get. That only leaves me to market the book.
Probably most people would market their first book, the one that started the whole series. I want to have a word about the second book in the series which in an effort to confuse is actually a prequel. It tells the story of the newly titled Lord David before he settled at home to become the unsung hero he actually is playing his part in village life.
In the early days of the Title , David also inherited a job.It didn’t matter that he was already employed as this new job had cachet and also came with an unread “You WILL do this”. And he would. The job was to follow in his cousin’s footsteps as an unlisted, unofficial envoy for HMG (Her Majesty’s Government). It was a great honour of course, especially knowing if you were killed on the job no-one knew you or acknowledged you.
David undergoes a series of tasks for HMG in which he’s seriously out of his depth.He’s also confronted with women, something that’s been a bit of a mystery to him for most of his life. To be honest they scare him, to be more honest his wife Lady J scares him more and if she thinks there’s been any impropriety……………..
Meet Prunella who’s designs on David may not be entirely honorable.
Is it possible that the British stiff upper lip may not be enough to see David through on his missions. Will he in fact survive the visits home? There were some very nice reviews for this book for which I’m extremely grateful plus the usual very bad review which shows you can’t please all of the people all of the time. Check them out for yourself.
Ella Dee had this to say and I never even paid her.
“Had William Shakespeare been alive today and read The Queen’s Envoy, he surely would have written these words about Lord David Prosser… “Be not afraid of greatness; some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them”… but as he’s not, it falls to me to do so. Lord David doesn’t fail in any of his missions, including the mission to engage and entertain readers. ”