Alongside friends and family, I was fortunate enough to be joined by my old geography teacher and walking mentor, Mr Wright, along with one or two new faces. Perhaps it was the scroggin they were really after?
Last night I walked the Craig Cerrig-gleisiad ridgeline, following its glacial scars west and onto the summit of Fan Frynych 300 metres above the valley floor. Without moonlight and without torch the night enveloped me, until all that remained was clarity.
A Walk to the Water: Six Million Steps to the Mediterranean Sea is now available. To get a hold of a copy please visit SilverWood Books, or any other major online bookstore, including Waterstones, Blackwell’s and Amazon.
I will be holding a book launch at the Spotted Cow pub in Bristol, from 7.30pm – 9.00pm on the 9th November 2015. Please do feel free to stop by should the distance be achievable.
For more information and regular updates, head over to my author website: danielegraham.wix.com/author
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, you will be able to get your hands of a copy via any one of a number of sites: Waterstones, Blackwell’s, Foyles 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.