“I grew up with my brother and sister on a small, quiet road in north Bristol. We had twins next door, twin girls across the road and two more down the street. I believed that multiple-birth children were numerous and our lives no more novel than the next child’s.”
A big thank you to TAMBA (Twins and Multiple Births Association) for publishing my article on twinship, individuality, and finding the right path.
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, 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.
Having considered your comments from the previous posts – Cover design and Cover design – an amalgamation experiment – I have now come up with this new front cover design for A Walk to the Water.
The aim was to comprise elements from the three previous works (see below for reference): Colour, companionship, walking, adventure, nature and art. Your advice on the matter has been invaluable, and, should you have a few spare minutes, I would love to hear your thoughts on this new design.
The previous design ideas:
Thank you, again.
As if I hadn’t already asked enough of you…here is another book cover design. After assessing the comments from the previous cover design post, I feel this comprises elements from both. Below is a reminder of the two previous images.
If you have any thoughts, I would love to hear them. Thank you and enjoy your day.