There are pros and there are cons as to self-publishing. One of the quickest ways is through Amazon Kindle.
I must admit to a certain buzz at seeing four books with my pen name R J Llewellyn there on an Amazon page.
Returning to the cons side…However ther are naturally drawbacks to this short-cut system. One of these being the Amazon Search engine, which seems to be most enthusiastic in its endeavours not to leave any stone unturned. It is obviously concerned that in its efforts to be speedy it may leave out something. This in turn leads to a certain lack of discernment on its behalf, I cannot however be too critical though, to be so would be mean spirited. Therefore I take it upon myself to clarify certain matters
The following are my authoritative works on British history covering the period of first colonisation of the isles west of the mainland of Europe, up until the time Richard III expired on Bosworth field and Henry Tudor became Henry The VII (he was so efficient and austere he refused to be split into parts as had been the fate of Henry VI).
The following are the first two parts of my Fantasy series The Precipice Dominions. This will comprise four parts and one prequel. There are three volumes from the same ‘universe’ which predate these and are self-published through Lulu, via Amazon but quite frankly are not really worth anyone’s effort and have been consigned to passing references in this series.
This sorted out
I must address the following:
Now whereas I do admit to having certain strict, authoritarian styles of hard left-wing views on how nations should conduct themselves, these do have a benign sub-text and it seems to me a bit unfair to be associated in some form by this book, when my name does no appear in the contents or any of my works in the collection. In short it is nothing to do with me
Attribution not Fair to the correct Contributors
Regrading the following works, whereas it would be flattering to be associated with such detailed and academic works that are no doubt used as a form of important reference in the scientific areas covered therein it would be very, very unfair for me to claim any involvement whatsoever. Particularly as I do not understand the titles, much less the contents.
Therefore dear reader you are advised not to use my pen name when searching for my works. Rely only on titles, plugins and suchwhich.
Thank you for your time.
However I am very proud to be associated with this anthology
Put together by the efforts of Rachael Ritchley Rachael’s Blog Site