Bletchley update – it’s been awhile

I haven’t posted for awhile but that doesn’t mean I’ve been idle. With so many balls in the air, my blog has faltered in its infancy. Still it’s time to tell you I’ve been writing, editing, designing, formatting, pulling-my-hair-out, researching, doing the day job, reading, forming contacts, failing to get responses from contacts, more writing, researching, talking, dreaming and, when I can, sleeping.

Oh, and Christmas revolutionised my  life. My Kindle – it was love at first site and has already become my No.1 research plaything and my physical bookshelves can heave a sigh of relief. As the queen of post-it notes, I now can do mark items of interest digitally too.

My book, Captain Ridley’s Shooting Party is still progressing – albeit slower than I had hoped. It contains exciting new research and will be in the public domain by the end of 2012.

John Jackson’s book ‘Hitler’s Codebreakers’ is much more advanced and is out 20 March 2012. My new independent publishing label BookTower Publishing is fortunate to have John’s expertise work to add to its list. The e-book version for Kindle should follow shortly after. All in all, 2012 promises to be a big year with excellent  books  to be published; finally bringing my Bletchley Park Research project into the public domain as well completing my book.

Hitler's Codebreakers

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