I Cast My Net and Look What I Caught

With the publication of The Spinner’s Game back in March, I decided to kick-start my Twitter account (@crispinakemp1) which I started in 2018 and had promptly abandoned.

To raise my profile (as they say) my activity has mostly been by way of retweets, some with quirky comments. But I’m also tweeting photos. Then at weekends, I tweet excerpts, first from The Spinner’s Child, and now from Lake of Skulls, with pictures of covers of course.

… and the NetGalley Reviewer, English Historical Fiction Author, Tony Riches, saw them and… he invited me to write a guest post on his blog, The Writing Desk. Woo and Wow!!! So I did. And yesterday he published it. Oh Yay! Oh Yay! Oh Yay!

Find my guest post on The Writing Desk here

So, thank you Tony

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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28 Responses to I Cast My Net and Look What I Caught

  1. Jen Goldie says:

    Congratulations! 😊❤🌹👏👏👏

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  2. A wonderful chance for you!

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  3. akshita1776 says:

    Congratulations!!

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  4. Hey that’s great! I read your guest post and it’s really interesting. I haven’t read a mythological fiction, perhaps, I don’t know the exact genre and I will surely read your book 😊

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  5. Congratulations, Crispina! What a wonderful opportunity! I read the guest post and should anyone come across it who has yet to read your wonderful series, I have no doubt they will be persuaded to check it out. Fantastic! 🙂

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  6. Dale says:

    Wonderful! Off to res it now!

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  7. Congratulations! I’ve got a Twitter account but I never use it – too quick for me I think!

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    • I couldn’t get on with it first off. But going back to it, I find I can use it to promote the books. And enjoying adding my brand of humour to the various tweets. But oh, I stay far away from the politicals!!!

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  8. Ben Naga says:

    Happy for you. 🙂

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  9. Congrats! On to check it out!

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  10. Brian Bixby says:

    And in the slow-to-catch-up category, don’t think I knew you did a gothic piece that young. I’m amused, because the two earliest stories I remember writing (both long gone) had gothic overtones: a disappearing grave, and a German vampire.

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