Mike Lunnon-Wood Message Board

David Tasker posts on 3/19/2015 9:36:43 PM Piers, Wonderful news and I hope it goes well. I am travelling for three months - starting in August - Would be just wonderful to fill my ebook reader with MLW books :-)
Steve colbeck posts on 3/19/2015 10:23:33 AM Great news!! Looking forward to getting these books on my ipad
Piers Lunnon-Wood posts on 3/19/2015 2:11:01 AM Hello there, please may I refer you the below email I just received from my Father's friend and publisher. With this in mind I am pleased to say the progress though slow, is now a train on rails, and I am hoping to be able to update you more as we put this plan into practice. Thank you all for your kind patience. Piers L-W "Dear Piers I wanted to drop you a line to let you know that, after a meeting last week, I think we’re in a position to push ahead with plans to re-publish some of your father’s books and then, beyond that, look at publishing the as-yet unpublished manuscripts. I’ve ordered up copies of Let Not the Deep, Kings Shilling, Long Reach and Heraklion Blue, which I think are the four we should start with and I’ll be sending them for scanning – a process which can take a few months, but which I’ll instigate right away. I’m happy to say that, through Amazon, we should be able to make the books available as print-on-demand paperbacks for those who’d prefer physical copies. And I’d like very much indeed to draw up a contract along the lines we discussed last year and get that to you if you’re still keen"

David T posts on 2/6/2015 4:55:21 PM Piers, Very excited and pleased to hear that you are hot on the trail of publishing some of MLW manuscripts. ebook format could be very good - Over the past couple of years since I have retired I have travelled quite a bit and found the convenience of using an ebook reader for novels. I still much prefer the printed format to technical, history or illustrated works and the seems to be the same for many people I talk to. Good luck - I have my credit card ready :-)
pete posts on 2/6/2015 4:26:27 PM Yes that's good news - would love to be informed when you are able to publish A Broken Square... thanks!
Steve Colbeck posts on 12/3/2014 2:35:06 PM Thats brilliant news, ebook is a great format although I do have all his published books already but I would love to have them on my iPad!
Trevor Long posts on 9/30/2014 1:41:08 PM Great news Pier, let's us know as soon as they are available.
Piers posts on 9/30/2014 1:36:48 AM Hi All, I have recently been in conversation with the director of a large publishers, with a view to bringing Mike's 'back catalogue' back to life on E-books and also- publishing "somewhere out there" and " Broken Square" I met him in London last week, and it could be a matter of months before his books are republished and you can for the first time- buy his new books. Rhodesia- is a more complex beast as it requires a collaborative effort to finish, and would need a Zimbabwean military author ideally. We're on the hunt. Very exciting, I will keep you updated. All the best, Piers
Greg Lambert posts on 9/15/2014 11:31:04 PM Hi guys, I love the books written by Mike LUNNON-WOOD, and I am sorry to hear of his passing. I am trying to complete my collection of his books. As I have moved with the times, I now have an iPad, any suggestions as to where I can get his books as ebooks?
David Tasker posts on 8/8/2014 1:52:19 AM I am late posting here but such is the nature of Internet forums that the get "discovered" constantly. MLW books are superb. If ever the was a tribute to the Scottish (or was it British) Coast Guard then "Let not the deep" is it. For years I have scoured bookshops for his books and it is only this week that I realised that he passed away in 2008 - Not only a tragic loss to readers but a loss to the planet. If his family has unpublished works that would be wonderfull if they were able to be put into print. Regards David T, Tasmania
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