Just Launched: A Thing Called Joe

Aline Waites has written all her life, both books and for stage, but her latest project was her first venture into self-publishing. She needed a book published produced quickly for a launch in the US that her agent had arranged. Having been traditionally published, there was no compromise on quality. We were able to guide her through the process, produce a gorgeous cover and get the books ready for the launch in Washington, all within 8 weeks.

Find out more about the book below:

Aline-packshot-for-blogAn often humorous, highly unusual love story combining laughter, betrayal, despair and death, everything in fact that makes life worth living.

Joe Tully, indomitable and a staunch individualist, has spent an adventurous and somewhat hectic life around the world as a professional musician, accompanying vocalists both classical and jazz. Now he is seventy-five and has found himself back in London and pushed into sheltered accommodation by his unsympathetic son-in-law. He spends his time smoking pot, swearing at his cat and reluctantly getting to grips with modern technology.

A chance encounter with an old friend recalls the turbulent romances of his youth in swinging London and he is forced to confront and perhaps understand the events responsible for his current situation.

A Thing Called Joe’ explores our hero’s heady past and his hopeful present.

Buy the book on Amazon here.

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