In Her Defence -- Jane Edwards

In Her Defence : Bunch Courtney Investigation #2

 has hit the stores at last!

There is only so much one can say about a book launch. 

We have all been there with the drinks and cakes - in this case it was tea and homemade cakes. We went with the alcohol free as the launch was in the City Central Library, Hanley on a Saturday lunchtime, plus tea and cakes rather fitted the WW2 ethos of a tea party.
Books were bought and signed and much chatter occurs. I gave a short reading and then a Q&A session, which was interesting in that many of the questions revolved around my research - how much did I do, was it online or in hard copy etc.  
The reading was a little over ten minutes but the questions and answers went on for almost half an hour. But it was great fun.
The blog tour on the other hand was more tiring in many ways.  Fielding contacts across various platforms every day was a full time occupation!
So here it is – In Her Defence in all its glory.  Now to finish writing book three!
You can read more about Jan and her books on her blog HERE
In Her Defence is available through most leading booksellers in print and digital formats.
WORDERY /  Waterstones  /  Foyles
Barnes & Noble  / Baker and Taylor 
Digital sources:
Kindle  US / UK / AU/   Apple/  Barnes and Noble Nook  /
Kobo  /  Biblioteca /Overdrive / Playster / Scribd / Tolino / 24 Symbol

Winter Downs  Amazon (paper and kindle)  US  / UK/  /  AU 
Indie Bound /Book Depository /Wordery

Digital sources:
Biblioteca  /Kobo / Kindle


Umberto Tosi said…
Congratulations on your latest launch and all the dilligent efforts who put into the writing and promotion of "In Her Defence," Jane! Best of luck with it and the series!
Sandra Horn said…
Congratulations Jan! More power to your (writing) hand!

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