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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

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…

Discover An Unfolding Soul: A Tale of Bath in Britain’s Finest Georgian City

5 December, 2018 in Uncategorized

When you’re strolling through Bath’s beautiful and historic streets and perusing the stalls and shops for the perfect present, memento of your trip or simply looking for your next gripping read…

Reviews

Douglas Westcott’s ability to take history and make it interesting, dynamic and personal makes An Unfolding Soul the most enjoyable of reads!

Steve Travis

‘A great yarn. Douglas Westcott is a natural storyteller who very successfully weaves Bath’s history into a page turning tale.’

Michael Symons

‘History, passion and big business – an awesome combination, powerfully written.’

Trish Traynor

‘Breathes life into the historical city of Bath – a must read!’

Andrew Foulkes

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