Posts Tagged ‘Beyond Her Majesty’s Men’

 

Following on from the formatting frenzy of Deliverance, I realised that HMM & BHMM were not yet available for Kindle, and thus I tackled the formatting of these Oldies but Goldies. So, here they are now:

Her Majesty’s Men (Kindle edition)
ASIN B007J6O3WE

Beyond Her Majesty’s Men (Kindle edition)
ASIN B007J6KNEG

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Better late than never (on my part) a heads-up to the lovely review by Elisa, which she published in December. She writes about Beyond Her Majesty’s Men:

“I absolutely loved this short story, there is practically no sex and despite this (or maybe thanks to this) it’s one of the most romantic and sweet story I have ever read, and if you considering it’s about rough soldiers, it was not an easy job to make it like that.”

You can read the full review on her LJ: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/1195527.html

I am truly happy to report that Marquesate’s Fund Raising page raised a whopping £480.82 when it closed at the end of December 2010. Thank you, everyone, for your generosity and charitable spirit. From readers of the free epic Special Forces, the Haiti charity auction winner, to buyers and readers of Beyond Her Majesty’s Men, and finally to all the friends I made through my writing.

I believe strongly in the work they are doing, and like the International Red Cross, they are one of the biggest and most widespread charities that are nondenominational, and that operate everywhere in the world – especially in those places where most of us wouldn’t want to be, and where medical support is most needed.

I ran a charity auction for MsF and Haiti at the beginning of 2010 and the generosity of the winning bidder – and some losing ones – was overwhelming. All profits (£0.40 per ebook) of Beyond Her Majesty’s Men will continue to go to MsF. I donate the profits once a year.

If you read Special Forces for free, and if you feel you would like to give something to the brilliant work that MsF does, you can donate to Médecins Sans Frontières’s international sites. Thank you, once again.

Marq

Wonderful news, dear readers who bought BHMM, I received the second revenue from Lulu, and in March 66 copies of Beyond Her Majesty’s Men were sold, which makes it – with £0.40 revenue for each wee book – £26.40 for MSF plus £7.45 gift aid because I am a UK taxpayer. 🙂

The money has gone straight to the fundraising page: http://original.justgiving.com/marquesate and thus to Médecins Sans Frontières. Thank you everybody!

Fly the flags and sound the trumpets, I received the first revenue from Lulu, and in the first month, 47 copies of Beyond Her Majesty’s Men were sold, which makes it – with £0.40 revenue for each wee book – £18.80 for MSF. 🙂

The money has gone straight to the fundraising page: http://original.justgiving.com/marquesate and thus to Médecins Sans Frontières.