Running up that hill

Cycling

An Other’s Look is now 75% funded. If we were on the London-to-Brighton bike ride we would now be seeing signs for Ditchling Beacon… which means the last push will be hard and I might fall off.

So with just 25% to go I need some help to get this book over the hill and down to the finish line.  If you’ve been thinking of supporting An Other’s Look but haven’t, then please do. If you know someone who might like An Other’s Look, please send them a link to my Unbound page. If you are a mysterious wealthy benefactor or a hitherto unknown distant relative with pots of money or Dr Evil looking for a way to atone for your past misdemeanours, or you just can’t bear these messages any more, then please give me a push.

It’s been a journey. I’ve approached everybody I know to the point that I am best avoided. I’ve handed out so many leaflets that people now give them to me. I’ve emailed, messaged, tweeted, and posted to the extent that I’ve become more virtual than real. I’ve given talks, readings, been on the radio, made videos, written articles, clung to people’s ankles – and 103 fabulously wonderfully generous supporters have pitched in.

But this last hill still looks awfully steep.

To support An Other’s Look please click here.

 

 

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About James Ellis

James is a writer. He is the author of three novels and has had a number of short stories published as well as a travelogue of his journey through Central America. He writes a regular column for The Gudgeon, designs and delivers workshops for new and developing writers, and provides a business writing service for private and public sector organisations.
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