Available On Amazon In Paperback And Kindle Ebook: Men Briefly Explained And Tongues Of Ash


STOP PRESS: Men Briefly Explained is now available on Amazon in print and Kindle ebook formats!

Print: http://www.amazon.com/Men-Briefly-Explained-Tim-Jones/dp/1921869321/

Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Men-Briefly-Explained-ebook/dp/B005HRYM32/

Keith Westwater’s Tongues Of Ash is also available on Amazon in these two formats:

Print: http://www.amazon.com/Tongues-Ash-Keith-Westwater/dp/1921869267/

Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Tongues-of-Ash-ebook/dp/B005HIV6J4/

Now, back to our regular programming:

In late October, Lower Hutt poet Keith Westwater and I are setting out on a book tour to promote our new poetry collections, my Men Briefly Explained and his Tongues Of Ash.

You can use this link to pre-order the paperback versions.

The Kindle versions are not yet available, and so the “Buy Kindle” links on these pages do not work yet. They will be updated once the Kindle versions are available.

Both books are being published by Interactive Press of Brisbane, who published Voyagers: Science Fiction Poetry from New Zealand in 2009.

Almost all the events on the book tour are now confirmed, and we’ll be releasing the tour details once all events are confirmed – but we start in Dunedin on Tuesday 25 October and end in Auckland a week later, winding through Christchurch, Wellington, and Eastbourne en route. Watch out for more details soon!

5 thoughts on “Available On Amazon In Paperback And Kindle Ebook: Men Briefly Explained And Tongues Of Ash

  1. Love the cover Tim!! I'm glad it's going to be an e-book. It means readers can buy from all over the world without incurring postage. Good luck with the publication. It deserves to do really, really well.Kathy

  2. Thank you very much, Kathleen – and, of course, thank you for your help, which will not be forgotten ;-)I am now waiting myself to see a (print) copy of the book – that might still be a couple of weeks away.

  3. I have should have added: I still smile every time I see that poor guy with his hangdog expression and his propitiary bunch of flowers! I just wish I knew what he'd done…

  4. Thanks, Meliors! I have never done a reading in Hamilton and would love to do so – it wasn't possible to fit into this tour, but if the opportunity arose separately, I'd be delighted to take it up.

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