A Walk to the Water publication – 19 October 2015

A Walk to the Water - Daniel Graham

A Walk to the Water – Daniel Graham

After five months of walking and two years of writing, I am delighted to announce that SilverWood Books have set a publication date for A Walk to the Water – Six Million Steps to the Mediterranean Sea.

As of the 19 October 2015, Β you will be able to get your hands of a copy via any one of a number of sites: Waterstones, Blackwell’s, FoylesΒ and, if all else fails, Amazon. A Walk to the Water will also be available as an ebook. For those local to Bristol, England, I will be holding a book launch in November 2015. More on that to come.

I have also created a ‘Daniel Graham author website‘, complete with a very serious biography and further contact information.

Thank you to all those who have helped me on my journey to publication.

20 thoughts on “A Walk to the Water publication – 19 October 2015

  1. Awesome job! So happy for you to have got this far, and I look forward to getting a copy for myself and settling down to have a good read. The cover looks beautiful, by the way. Are all the sites you listed to buy a copy able to send to Australia? πŸ™‚ Leah

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      • Danny, can I bother you by asking you to share a post on the day of your book release (or there abouts) as a reminder that your book is ‘out there’? I think it is just so EPIC that you have produced this book, and can’t tell you how much I look forward to reading it. Will you be doing any signed copies for international customers (like me?). Regards, Leah πŸ™‚


      • Hi Leah, you have no idea how much your keen desire to read my book makes me smile πŸ™‚ I will certainly send out a reminder. In terms of signed copies, I would be happy to send you a signed book. Perhaps we could converse over email?

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  2. Hi Danny, sorry for the late response to your comment regarding trying to get a signed copy of your book. I have had a busy time of late, and have found it hard to keep up with all the little things in life (such as blogging), that require a little extra time. Anyway, my email is: leahsam64@gmail.com so if you want to contact me via that I would love to hear from you πŸ™‚ Cheers, Leah

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  3. How did I miss this other than WP seems to reveal to me only five of the 30 blogs I follow! Congratulations! I’ll definitely order a copy. I love your writing, your drawings, and, you know, I love walking. πŸ™‚

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      • I ordered one yesterday. πŸ™‚ We’re having our first snow and I can see how your book is going to be a winter treasure for me. I’ve also found a beautiful place to walk, through a riparian world that’s new to me and along the Rio Grande. I’m used to hills and feeling that without a climb and a vista, nothing has happened. As I took this walk for the first time I thought, “Now I’m going to learn a new way to see.”


      • Riparian, what a brilliant word that is! I have no doubt that you will learn fast Martha, seeing a new way I mean. You seem like someone who truly adores nature, and with that you will certainly find the moments you are after. I look forward to reading about your Rio Grande adventures, just as you do reading A Walk to the Water. I now know, having sat back an absorbed the story for what it is, that it is a book of innocence and relationships, perhaps more than anything else.I hope you enjoy it.

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      • I had to learn to see the chaparral. That was a great lesson. I returned to Colorado with better eyes. Then I saw that any rocky landscape is the same — it’s a matter of scale. The colors, the tenacity of animals and plants, it’s uniform on this ONE Earth. There was in my chaparral wilderness a 9 inch high rock that looked exactly like Half Dome. The giant redwoods of that place were 6 feet tall wild lilac. If a being were the size of an ant, it would be Yosemite.

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      • What a wonderful image you just created. I would love to see your Yosemite someday. You could walk me through it and point out your observations πŸ™‚ Here, the hills are mountains and the bramble thickets, mangroves!

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