Thursday 29 September 2022

Reckoning Blog Tour Day 7

I'm rolling on to the next stop of the tour for my new release, Reckoning, and today I'm being interviewed by Teresa Coltrin at Journaling Woman. It was a lot of fun, so I hope you'll join me!

Tuesday 27 September 2022

Reckoning Blog Tour Day 6

 Rolling onto week 2 of the blog tour for my newest release, Reckoning, and today I'm guesting at Annalisa Crawford's blog with an appearance from Hedgeson, a character who seems villainous - or is he? And what are his true motivations?

Saturday 24 September 2022

Reckoning Blog Tour Day 5

Happy Saturday - it's day 5 of my Reckoning blog tour and today I'm appearing at Jean Davis's blog with a post about when good characters go bad. Check it out!

Friday 23 September 2022

Reckoning Blog Tour Day 4

Onto day 4 of the blog tour for my new release, Reckoning and today I'm guesting at Melissa Maygrove's place with an exciting excerpt! Check it out.

Thursday 22 September 2022

Reckoning Blog Tour Day 3

Onto day 3 of the blog tour for my new release, Reckoning, and today I'm talking genre mashing over at Diane Burton's place. Hope you can join me!

Wednesday 21 September 2022

Reckoning Blog Tour Day 2

It's day 2 of the blog tour for my new release Reckoning, and today I'm guesting at Victoria Marie Lees' blog with some thoughts about wrapping up a series. Hope to see you there!

Tuesday 20 September 2022

Reckoning Release Day

It's an exciting day today as the final part of my Black & White trilogy, Reckoning, makes its way into the world! It's been fun to get the series wrapped up and I hope it makes a satisfying conclusion for readers.

Title: Reckoning

Author: Nick Wilford

Genre: YA dystopian

Series: Black & White

Series #: 3 of 3

Release date: 20th September 2022

Publisher: Superstar Peanut Publishing 


The time has come for those who perpetrated wrongdoing and suffering on the land of Loretania to face their judgement. Lord Histender and the other members of the deposed Reformers’ Government are in jail awaiting trial for keeping that country in a state of disease-ridden deprivation, alongside other heinous crimes.

Wellesbury Noon and Ezmerelda Dontible, the kind and benevolent new rulers of Harmonia, are looking forward to seeing justice finally being done. But nothing is that simple. Lunkin, the psychotic former Chief Scientist, has one more trick up his sleeve and is wreaking havoc even from behind bars. Soon, Loretanians who have come to make a new life in Harmonia are falling victim to hate crimes and brutal attacks. And things take a turn for the desperate when Wellesbury himself becomes compromised.

Can Welles and Ez turn the tide of public opinion and secure justice for the people of Loretania before it’s too late?

Purchase Links:

Amazon US / Amazon UK / Smashwords / Barnes & Noble / Kobo 

Add it on Goodreads

Don't forget you can always download the first part of the trilogy for free: Amazon US / Amazon UK

I'm also kicking off a blog tour that will run until October 1, so I hope you can follow along! Today, I'm being interviewed by the folks over at Nightbeats - check it out here.

Wednesday 7 September 2022

IWSG September 2022

Time for another posting of the Insecure Writer's Support Group! Hosted as ever by Alex J. Cavanaugh, the aim of the group is to offer a safe space where writers can share doubts and insecurities without fear of being judged. Today's co-hosts are Kim LajevardiCathrina ConstantineNatalie AguirreOlga GodimMichelle Wallace and Louise - Fundy Blue!

First, exciting news as the blog tour for Reckoning, the last installment in my Black & White trilogy, kicks off in less than two weeks, on its release date of 19th September. This is going to be a lot of fun!

Let's turn to this month's IWSG question: What genre would be the worst one for you to tackle and why?

My initial instinct for answering this was romance, but having thought about it, I definitely couldn't write a nonfiction book. Too much research involved and I would get bogged down with trying to keep my sources straight. Although I studied journalism, I've moved away from that style of writing and enjoy the freedom to invent whatever I like!

Interested in reading others' answers to this question? Find them here.