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Case Study: Gordon Bloor

8 February, 2015 in News

Gordon Bloor writes under the pseudony Douglas Westcott and self-published his first novel, Go Swift and Far, with CPI.

“CPI came by recommendation from another self-publishing author and also had the great advantage of being local at Chippenham, I used them for the whole production purpose, including proof-reading and e-book conversion. I had a separate editorial team,” Bloor explains. “I needed someone I could trust and to show me how to produce the books, I needed a printer that was honest, helpful, reliable, experienced and capable of producing a first-class quality product at the most economic price.

“Sales of the book over the past 15 months (including the e-book edition) now exceed 5,000 and I am about to go to a fourth edition, ready for the Bath tourist market in 2015.”

Recent News

An Unfolding Soul Audiobook Available Now!

8 August, 2019 in Uncategorized

The wonderful audiobook of Douglas Westcott’s exceptional second novel is now available on Audible, Amazon & iTunes. The eagerly awaited second novel from bestselling Bath author Douglas Westcott is an…

January Sale

14 January, 2019 in Uncategorized

For a limited time only Douglas Westcott’s latest exceptional novel, An Unfolding Soul: A Tale of Bath, will be available for only £12.49!  With the weather dreary and grey outside and the warmth…

Reviews

‘Westcott has done it again, masterfully capturing the essence of magnificent Bath’

Jenny Lippett

‘Westcott burnishes his well won reputation as the  Grand Master of intrigue with this much anticipated sequel to acclaimed Go Swift and Far ; nothing less than brilliant as with the deft hand of an ancient god  he manoeuvres  the fate of the great and  less than good of Bath across the chess board of life. Check mate ; but who wins …..’

Patrick McCloy

Just finished reading your second book An Unfolding Soul which I have enjoyed as much as your first. As a Bathonian of 77 years I find it so scary and truthful as we currently experience The Third Destruction of Bath.

Malcolm Mitchell

‘Hard on the heels of ‘Go Swift and Far’ comes this hugely enjoyable sequel and another success for Westcott’

Jack Jenkins

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