Peter Court


Indie Author - Published on Smashwords Edition

Owner - Peter Court Media Services – Photographic and video services
January 2010 – Present (4 years 7 months) Market Harborough - Leicester - UK

Smashwords Interview

What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
I am a newbie to self-publishing therefore I still have to establish a book-marketing platform. I have obviously informed all of my social media contacts and urged them to pre-order my book, “Tis only the price of a cup of coffee” I implore them! (Moreover, it is! With the current exchange rate US $ - GBP £, the GBP equivalent is only? - £2.00p!)
Describe your desk
I have two office desks. My secondary desk, at home, is pristine, there is no clutter around or on my secondary desk, it is laid out so as not to upset my better half. I can find my reference books, my pen, and my cup of tea whilst the brew is still hot and palatable. They are all there; all laid out in an orderly fashion and close to hand.

My primary desk is in my office, my Narnia and my office is about a mile away from my home address. Access to my office and my primary desk, (which I think is lurking somewhere in the middle earth), is akin to opening the cupboard door which once opened leads both myself and the casual visitor into a world unlike any other that I know. There is clutter, it is not pristine, I frequently have to search high and low for my reference material, my pens, and more importantly, my cup of tea, which once found is invariably cold. It is my Narnia from where I get my inspiration, where I can think and do things without interruption. This it is my office where I think my primary desk resides.
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Where to find Peter Court online


Two Pensioners and a Porsche - The German Alpine Route and Beyond
Price: Free! Words: 29,170. Language: British English. Published: July 19, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » Travel photography, Nonfiction » Travel » Trip Journals
Two Pensioners and a Porsche is a journal with photographic and video content compiled during a twenty two day car journey accross the Continent of Europe. The purpose of the journey was to explore The German Alpine Route, some 450 kilometres of alpine scenery from Lindau, Lake Constance Bavaria to the infamous Eagles Nest at Berchtesgaden. The journey then continues via.several countries Beyond.

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