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John Cee Stannard & Blues Horizon
Newsletter March 2018
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Hi all
So it’s March already and this is the first newsletter since November – sadly slacking.

After 18 months of talking about doing an electric album, I’ve finally moved from thinking to prepping.  And a slightly new approach in that instead of doing all the direction myself, I’m handing over some of that responsibility to someone else.  Another year or so and there could be some real progress.  Actually, the hope is to get a draft studio version started in April or May.

Also looking forward to the end of March when Lynne and I go back into Whitehouse studios to make a start on another Tudor Lodge album.  First three songs now fully prepped.  We so enjoyed our video session with QWT and you can see a bit of what we did here:  and we are looking forward to a special evening playing the Cellar Bar at South Hill Park July 5th for Graham Steel.

John Cee gigs confirmed for the next few months are:

Friday 23rd March       Binfield Social Club   * Forrest Rd/Terr Rd Nr Bracknell, RG42 5HS
Saturday 7th April        The Retreat                 * 8, St. John Street, Reading RG1 4EH
Sunday 29th April        Brewery Tap              * 40-42 Ock St, Abingdon OX14 5BZ   5pm Start
Tuesday 1st May          Global Café                * 35 London Street, Reading RG1 4PS
Sunday 20th May        Global Cafe                * 35 London Street, Reading RG1 4PS  5pm Start
Friday 25th May          The Turks                    * 31 London Road, Reading RG1 5BJ
Saturday 23rd June      Boars Bridge Festival * Bramley, Hants RG26  5EY         Mid-day set
Saturday 9th June         The Row Barge           * 7 Riverside, Guildford, GU1 1LW
Saturday 7th July         The Rose and Crown  * 108 High Street, Sandhurst, GU47 8HA
Friday 20th July           The Prince                 * 2 High Street, Crowthorne RG45 7AZ
Saturday 28th July       The Retreat                * 8, St. John Street, Reading RG1 4EH
Friday 10th August      Carpenters Arms         * 59 Park Street, Camberley GU15 3PE


For the 2017 album, To The River, and loads of other stuff
please visit the shop at:

Austin Macauley currently have a reduced price on my novel:

See you soon.
All the best

John Cee






John Cee Stannard & Blues Horizon
Newsletter November 2017

Hi all
I know nothing about rissoles, but I can give you a quick reminder of what’s happening the rest of this year.

Starting tonight 28th October at The Row Barge, 7 Riverside, Guildford GU1 1LW

Sunday 5th November 2:30pm in the Wilde Theatre bar, South Hill Park, Bracknell

Friday 10th November, Smokin’ Billy’s, St Mary’s Butts, Reading

Sunday 19th November, The Horns, Crazies Hill, near Henley RG10 8LY

Saturday 9th December, The Retreat, 8, St. John Street, Reading RG1 4EH

Thursday 14th December, Anchor Folk, The Blue Anchor, 55 High St, West Byfleet

Sunday 17th December, 5:00pm The Brewery Tap, Abingdon OX14 5BZ.


Note the afternoon sessions Nov 5th and Dec 17th.  The rest are evenings.
Also really pleased with the relaunch of our Tudor Lodge ep Season Of Christmas.

And excited about Tudor Lodge recording a video session for QWT on 4th November. Our half hour set will be recorded in front of a live audience, very intimate and great fun, if you’d like to come along (it’s in Lightwater) please let Lynne know very soon on 07557 366006 as it is by invitation.
Also we are thrilled that Graham Steel is organising a themed evening for next July in which we will be featured.

For the time being (until CastIron site is fixed) you can buy the Tudor Lodge ep Season Of Christmas from my JohnCee shop:

The 2017 album, To The River, as well as the previous John Cee albums and my novel, also from my John Cee shop:

Or, you can buy the novel: “The GRiPPENHAM Tales – The Hidden Truth”
directly from publisher: Austin Macauley in paperback and e-book formats:

Oh! And about those rissoles: You can get an in depth insight into my knowledge of the subject here:

Thanks for all the support throughout the year
See you soon.
All the best
John Cee                                                                              



John Cee Stannard & Blues Horizon
Newsletter August 2017

Hi all
For the first time ever – I mean ever – I was on holiday looking forward to coming home and escaping the heat.
Never thought I’d say that!  Here’s a holiday snap for you:-

Lucky I found this shop just in time, I only had three pictures left on my 36 roll of 200ASA film.
Kodak and Ilford: my lucky day.


I am totally gobsmackingly thrilled to say that my fantasy novel is now available in paperback
“The GRiPPENHAM Tales – The Hidden Truth”

Published by Austin Macauley on 31st July, twelve years in the making, and well over a dozen rounds of proof reading, editing, adjusting, and re-reading. It is available directly from their website in paperback and e-book formats at:

Or, for a signed copy directly from my music store:


Of course the albums are all there too in both physical and download formats:

See you soon.
All the best
John Cee





John Cee Stannard & Blues Horizon
Newsletter July 2017

Hi all

Can you believe it – half the year gone already?

Just had a great weekend; opening for the wonderful Boars Bridge Festival again on Saturday, then closing at the end of an enjoyable and varied evening at the Acoustic Café in South Hill Park on Monday.  A fabulous way to close June.

July starts with a busy weekend too.  Saturday 1st July we are back at the Row Barge in Guildford.  A lovely pub.  Then on Sunday afternoon, 2nd July, we play our first visit to The Brewery Tap in Abingdon where we start playing at 5pm.

We have been thrilled by the response to the new album which we released in January of this year.

“… well written and performed … ever present wit …
… creating a genre that is unusual stylistically, if not unique.”                  Morgan Hogarth – R2 magazine -UK

“The gospel tinged title track is nothing short of classic …
Blues fans shouldn’t let this one pass them by.”                                       John Roffey  –  Maverick  – UK

“… Stannard is a phenomenon with the pen and subtle humour …”       Luc Meert  –  Rootstime magazine – Belgium

The album is available from our newly revamped store page both in physical and download formats.  Of course, all the other albums are there too. 

Also on the website you can find my review of the Big Yella festival which appears in the July edition of the Blues In Britain magazine. 
Oh! And you can listen to my weekly Blues Hour show here: 
All the reviews are there in full on the review page, as well as future gigs including Thursday 6th July at the Acoustic Couch, 11, Market Street, Bracknell, RG12 1JG

See you soon.

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All the best
John Cee



John Cee Stannard and Blues Horizon
Newsletter January 2017

Hi all
Time for a very quick update as we settle into the New Year.

Firstly, my thanks to everyone who voted for us after my shameful plea for support in the last round robin.

Thanks to Severnfm for including me in their nominations for Best Male Vocalist 2016 for my work on the ‘Stone Cold Sober’ album. I came in second.

And of course, thanks to Graham for the nominations in the GSMC awards where we came third in the ‘Best duo/trio’ category, and “Stone Cold Sober” came second in the best album category.

I was also chuffed to have my Christmas EP hit No.8 in the IBBA playlist chart for December, and in the Italian radio station Flash 97.6fm it was No. 9 in the top 25.  What a lovely end to 2016.

2017 starts with the launch of the new Blues Horizon album “To The River” on the 27th January 2017 at the Wilde Theatre, South Hill Park, Bracknell, where we are supporting the great boogie piano player Ben Waters. He has worked with some of the finest bands and musicians in the country, including the Rolling Stones, Ray Davies, Chuck Berry and Jools Holland.  This will be a great evening, and I’m told there are still a few seats left.  Check out the box office at 01344 484 123, or online at  I am so looking forward to this evening.  That’s Friday 27th January.

The new album, as well as all previous albums, is now available for download at just £7.95 from our download store at   where you can also buy individual tracks.  The single “Run To The River” is available free – Yes – FREE!    Check out the video –

Physical CD’s from my store page at 

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All the best
John Cee










John Cee Stannard and Blues Horizon
Newsletter December 2016

Hi all

The first thing I have to mention is our nomination for the GSMC awards where we have been nominated for ‘Best duo/trio’.  It would be great fun to get some votes coming in, so your help would be really appreciated.  All you have to do is visit – put in the category ‘Duo/Trios’ and our name, John Cee Stannard & Blues Horizon.
Also in the GSMC awards, we are nominated for Best Album with Stone Cold Sober, again – a vote would be great.   Same link:-

You can check out the Facebook page at

And I’ve just heard that Severnfm have included me in the nominations for Best Male Vocalist 2016 for my work on the ‘Stone Cold Sober’ album.  How fun is that?  So it would be fabulous if you could also register a vote for that.  All you have to do is e-mail enter BEST MAN in the subject, then enter my name.  Thanks.  If you want to share this and help generate a few more votes from friends and family that would be wonderful.

In other news – I seem to have spent a huge amount of time in the studio this year.  My Christmas EP was finished in time for launch a couple of weeks ago.  Three originals and two that are rewritten covers. (Which I guess makes me a co-writer).

Also just completed is the next Blues Horizon album “To The River” due for release 27th January 2017.  I am really excited about this one.  Ten new original songs plus our interpretation of Jelly Roll Morton’s “Winin Boy Blues” and a completely new reworked version of “House Of The Rising Sun”.  Great guest appearances from Simon Mayor (violin), Matt Empson (piano), Jason Manners (guitar), Julia Titus (vocals) and the  Farnham Voices Community Choir. Yes – I have a choir on this one for two songs with a slightly Gospel feel. As part of the promotion for this, the title track “Run To The River” is being released as a FREE single on 4th January 2017 and can be downloaded from  Yes – FREE!                                 

As mentioned in my last newsletter, this year Lynne and I spent a lot of time working on the new Tudor Lodge album titled S P A C E S.  I honestly think this contains some of our best work and I’m really proud of this one.  We launched it at the Boars Bridge Festival on 25th June and you can hear clips from it, and of course, buy it – at

I’m still enjoying presenting my weekly Blues Hour show on You can catch up any time at my website:

We end our Blues Horizon gigs this year with a return to the Row Barge in Guildford on 17th December and kick off 2017 at the Wilde Theatre in Bracknell on 27th January supporting Ben Waters (recognised one of the UK’s supreme boogie piano players). February sees us back at Binfield Social Club as well as playing the Plough in Farnham, and Bracknell’s Acoustic Café.  Then in March we have The Bridge in Bracknell and the Hope and Anchor in Wokingham.

You can buy all the albums, the EP, listen to clips and read reviews in full, at the web site:

There’s a special bundle offer: All 3 current albums AND the Christmas EP for just £20.

All the best

John Cee

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John Cee Stannard and Blues Horizon
Newsletter May 2016

Doh! – Almost half a year in and no newsletter – appalling – well here it is.
The last shout out mentioned another album.  We got started on schedule in March and have some great tracks part recorded.  I’m now taking a two month break from it before going back into Whitehouse studios at the end of July with a plan to finish it in August ready for a September launch.  If all goes to plan, we will be recording a couple of choir parts on location and mixing in some great Simon Mayor fiddle and mandolin as well as a touch of Jason Manners guitar and Julia Titus vocal – so the guest list is looking very exciting.

Meanwhile – I’ve been really busy working with Lynne on the new Tudor Lodge album titled S P A C E S. We are thrilled with the way this has turned out.  As usual, there’s some wonderful Lynne song-writing and singing, a couple of jointly written songs, and one by me – the first verse of which was written during a concert on the back of my raffle ticket.  I wrote it, but Lynne delivers it beautifully. The production is fabulous, due in no small part to the great work by Matt Bew in the Whitehouse Studio.  Mike Baker has added a guitar solo which has gone into my top ten guitar solos of all time, and James Billinge has added a touch of drums to a handful of songs in the most supportive and subtle way imaginable.  Really proud of this one.  The plan is to launch it at the Boars Bridge Festival on June 25.  That’s a fab fab fab charity music festival in aid of Berkshire MS Society.  Check out the festival at .  I’ll be doing a set there with my Blues Horizon buddies as well as a Tudor Lodge set with Lynne – I’m excited already.  By then you should be able to hear clips from the new Tudor Lodge album, and of course, buy it – at

Just a little reminder of my blues show on which you can also hear on catch up any time, on the radio page of my web site:

Up-coming Blues Horizon gigs include Binfield Social Club on June 10th, Boars Bridge of course on 25th, Rose & Crown in Sandhurst on July 2nd, then back to The Cricketers in Badshot Lee on July 29th. There’s a couple in August including a new venue for us; Boaters Bar in Caversham.  Then we get into September which is looking very busy.  We are totally chuffed to be working with The Graham Steel Music Company who started representing us this May.

Finally, I’ve mentioned several times before my fantasy novel ‘The GRiPPENHAM Tales – The Hidden Truth’ which is available on kindle – well I am still hopeful that it will be available in paperback in time for Christmas.

Thanks for all the continued support and encouragement.

You can buy all the albums, listen to clips and read reviews in full, at the web site:

There’s a special bundle offer of all 3 albums for just £20.


All the best



John Cee Stannard and Blues Horizon

Newsletter December 2015

Gosh! – Another year has come and gone, and what a wonderful year it’s been too.  We’ve been to so many great concerts this year, seen so many great bands and musicians – you can’t beat live music.

The Blues Horizon gigs have been getting better all the time and we are having so much fun.  I’ve been bowled over by the brilliant reviews the Stone Cold Sober album has received, and we’ve enjoyed a considerable amount of airplay. Particularly chuffed to have reached No.11 in the IBBA play list chart last August.  We start work on the new album in March next year and I’m already excited about it.

In October, after doing MyMusicMix for eight years, I started my new show on Blast1386:  My Blues Hour goes out every Friday evening at 7pm. Of course you can catch up at my web site: where you can also hear MyMusicMix as well as hear clips of the albums – or even buy one.  If someone you don’t like is really into classical music – Stone Cold Sober is the album to give.  As presenter of my Blues Hour, I have become a member of IBBA (Independent Blues Broadcasters Association) which is a great community, and there is information about them in the Blues In Britain magazine.

I’m still popping into BBC Radio Berkshire every couple of months or so to chat on the ‘mid-week men’ slot about any subject that crops up.  Great fun.

I’ve also had a couple of great weeks in the studio with Lynne working on the next Tudor Lodge album which is coming along wonderfully.  A couple of months ago we completed our first ever EP: Tudor Lodge at Christmas; available from all good download platforms.  You can hear clips on the web site:

Next year is already beginning to look like a busy year – I do hope we get to see you at a gig somewhere during the year.  Meanwhile, thanks for all the support and encouragement, and have a wonderful Christmas.

You can buy all the albums, listen to clips and read reviews in full, at the web site:

There’s a special bundle offer of all 3 albums for just £20.


All the best



John Cee Stannard and Blues Horizon

Newsletter August 2015

 Paul Jones is one of those people who, if you are a blues artist, or part of a blues band, you really want to talk to.  Find a way of getting in front of him and tell him all about your songs, your music, your album, your gigs – everything.  Just to get a chance to promote yourself and maybe get your new CD played on his radio show. Everyone wants to get played on the Paul Jones Blues program.

A few weeks ago I went to a Blues Band gig at South Hill Park – what a great night.  They’ve always been tight – playing as good as ever, Paul’s voice and playing also as good as ever.  During the break, they all came out to the merchandise table out front.

Paul Jones was standing next to bassist Gary Fletcher.  I’d covered one of Gary’s songs on my “Doob” album, and he was kind enough to guest on it, playing bass and guitar.  I’d not seen Gary since the session, so I went up for a chat, talked about my gigs, his solo gigs, his album, my subsequent albums.  I even gave him copies so he could see what I’d been up to.  No-one was talking to Paul Jones at that particular moment.  He was kind of right in front of me – next to Gary.  I could have said to him “You must have really enjoyed playing the Albert Hall last week at the Leadbelly fest”  (He was one of dozens of great musicians paying (and playing) their respects to Leadbelly at this wonderful event – I was so lucky to be there)  but did I?  No I didn’t.  I thought “poor guy must get sick to the back teeth of people coming up to hype their stuff, he won’t want to talk to me, he might even get a bit annoyed – I’ll leave him be.”  And with that – I gave him a polite nod and returned to my seat for the second half.

I’ve been kicking myself fairly frequently ever since.  But moving on:-
I am thrilled to be appearing on BBC Radio Berkshire with Mike and Howard for a couple of live songs and a bit of chat at mid-day on Saturday 10th October with Matt Allwright.

August 8th was a busy day – Tadley Beer & Cider Festival in the afternoon, then off to Bracknell for a gig at the Silver Birch in the evening.  Were we knackered or what?

Showcase events are always great fun and we have a couple coming up:-
First on 29th August we are returning to the Norden Farm Arts Centre to play a short showcase set for the studio session.
Then on 30th August we will be at the Wokingham Music Festival.

Up coming pub gigs include:
Sept 5th sees us at The Horse and Groom in Mortimer.
Sept 25th we are delighted to be back at the Rose and Crown in Sandhurst.

If you can make any of these it will be great to see you.

The new album “Stone Cold Sober” was officially launched on August 3rd.

You can buy the album, listen to clips and read reviews in full, at the web site:

All the best



John Cee Stannard and Blues Horizon

Newsletter June 2015

The gigs so far this year have been going well, and as we completed the recording of the new album, it was clear that we were benefiting from having been playing together now for eighteen months.

The next few months includes appearing at the Boars Bridge Festival again on Saturday 20th June.  The festival runs from the evening of 19th to the evening of Sunday 21st.  Largely acoustic based music, it is a charity event in aid of The Berkshire MS Therapy Centre and we are thrilled to be invited back.  This year we start the Saturday show with a half hour set at 12:00 mid-day.
Check out the festival at

One week later on 27th June we will be at The Monument in Newbury.
We will be playing two new venues in July:  The Rowbarge in Guildford on 4th, then the 30th sees us at the Prince in Crowthorne.
We’ll be back in Bracknell at the Silver Birth on August 8th, then on 29th we are very happy to be returning to the at Norden Farm Arts Centre to play a short showcase set for the studio session.
Our final August gig will be the next day, on the 30th, at the Wokingham Music Festival.
Another new venue for us will be the Horse and Groom in Mortimer on September 5th, then on 25th September we are delighted to be back at the Rose and Crown in Sandhurst.

If you can make any of these it will be great to see you.

It never ceases to amaze us that a bunch of circa 70 year old guys can still be going out and doing this stuff – brilliant!


We are still getting a reviews for the ‘Bus Depot’ album, including phrases such as:

“Prime Cut” –  Musicworld magazine – Holland
“Blues was always meant to give people a better feeling, and in that, this album is totally successful.”  – Real Roots Café magazine – also in Holland.
And then French magazine ‘Sur La Route de Memphis’ had this to say – “John does not have a voice, but sings without complexity” – what’s he trying to say?

The new album “Stone Cold Sober” has a release date of August 3rd, but will be back from the factory in time for some pre-release availability at Boars Bridge Festival.

You can review clips from the album, as well as read reviews in full, as the web site:

Finally, don’t forget that “Bus Depot Blues” as well as “The Doob Doo Album” and all Tudor Lodge albums, including the latest CD, “Stay” are available from:

All the best




John Cee Stannard and Blue Horizon

Newsletter February 2015

Already we have several gigs in the diary for this year.  We kick off the new season on Sunday 22nd February at Readifolk.  Reading’s long running folk club starts at 8pm every Sunday at the RISC centre, which is above the Global Café in London Street. RG1 4PS.

The majority of our gigs are pubs, so we are looking forward to the contrast of playing in this more intimate folk club environment.
We stay in Reading for our next gig, The Bell & Bottle, Shinfield – RG2 7EE on 27th Feb.
We return to the Corner House in Maidenhead on March 6th.
Then we are back in Reading on April 3rd to play The Butler, Chatham Street, RG1 7DS
May 2nd              The Silver Birch, Bracknell, RG12 7DE
May 8th               The Three Lions, Godalming, GU7 3HR
May 16th            The White Hart, Thatcham, RG19 3JD
May 29th         Binfield Social Club, near Bracknell, RG42 5HS

We’ve been getting a lot of radio play, both internet and FM on the continent, as well as some great reviews.  You can read them all in full on the web site:
One of my favourite review lines:  “… It is nice and lively even though they are beginning to get on in years…”  Doh!  Pass the zimmer frame please.

“Bus Depot Blues” is available from the website:

Downloads are available from CDbaby and all major platforms:

There has also been some great support from UK on-line stations.  Many blues presenters are members of the Independent Blues Broadcasters Association (IBBA). Their October playlist chart put us at number 16 with tracks from “Bus Depot Blues.”  Wow! Thanks for that.

“…The songs sparkle with originality…”       Marty Gunther – Blues Blast Magazine

 “… a timeless beauty …”  Steve Braun – Rocktime Feb 2015

Finally, don’t forget that “Bus Depot Blues” as well as “The Doob Doo Album” and the Tudor Lodge albums, including the latest CD, “Stay” are available from:

Also, Tudor Lodge will be appearing at Tweseldown GU52 8DY on Feb 26th, and at the Bracknell folk club, Windlesham GU20 6EN on April 21st.

All the best




John Cee Stannard’s Blues Horizon

Newsletter December 2014

 As we come to the end of 2014, it is also the anniversary of our first gig as Blue Horizon.  During our first year, which started at last year’s Henley Jazz & Blues Festival, we have enjoyed far more gigs than we imagined we would have.  The response has been great, and we have return gigs coming in for next year.

It was great to complete the new album “Bus Depot Blues” in time for the pre-launch at Boars Bridge Festival in June.  We formally launched the album in November and it has been getting some great comments and reviews.  You can take a look at them on the website comments page.

It would be churlish of me not suggest a CD as a stocking filler!

The new album is available from the website store page.

Downloads are available from CDbaby:

“…A very English nod to the blues…”           Morgan Hogarth – Rock’n’Reel

“Instantly you know the band is having fun…”  Luc Meert – Rootstime magazine

A TOTAL Winner… this is so straight unpretentious… this is what most recent music lacks…”                                                                                                                                              Lord Litter – Broadcaster and musician
And now for a little reminder that my fantasy novel, “The GRiPPENHAM Tales – The Hidden Truth”, is available on Kindle.  A ripping good yarn at a little over £2.
Just go to Kindle books and search for “The GRiPPENHAM Tales” or “John C Stannard”.  Or click on the here.

Finally, don’t forget the “Doob” album, and the Tudor Lodge albums, including the latest CD, “Stay” are available from from the CastIron store.

Happy Christmas and hope to see you soon.






John Cee Stannard and Blue Horizon

Newsletter August 2014

 In the May newsletter I mentioned that I was excited about finishing the new album “Bus Depot Blues” on schedule. I am thrilled with it.  We’ve just had our first review in Rootstime magazine, which you can read here:-  (it does not translate very smoothly from Belgian, which can be a tad amusing.)

The half dozen or so gigs since the last newsletter have been great fun and we’ve been well received wherever we go. We were pleased to get a fairly short notice booking at the Cody Club.

It’s hard to imagine sometimes that our first paid booking was only last November, so I am particularly pleased to say that we already have four return bookings in the calendar, and at least a couple more promises.

Upcoming performances include:

Saturday 23rd August – The Horn, St Mary’ Butts, Reading RG1 7RD

We are delighted to be returning to The Horn for our first return booking.

 Friday 19th Sept     Wokingham music club – this is another return spot – Support 

Friday 26th Sept    The Royal Standard   115 Frimley Road, Camberley   GU15 2PP            

Friday 17th Oct         Return to The Rose & Crown  Sandhurst                                                

Saturday 1st Nov    Return to The Cricketers 22 Badshot Lea Rd, Badshot Lea, Farnham GU9 9LU

As previously mentioned, we hope to be returning to Henley Jazz and Blues Week – between Nov 13th & 18th where we’ll be celebrating one year together.

 The new album is available from the website.

Downloads are available from CDbaby

Those Badger Music Media folks (Jan and Phil) have been beavering away at the videos; the most recent one being for Flood Water. They’ve done a simply splendid job, take a look: –

“…A very English nod to the blues…”           Morgan Hogarth – Rock’n’Reel

 “Instantly you know the band is having fun…”  Luc Meert – Rootstime magazine

Lastly, I am very happy to tell you that I have finally put my novel “The GRiPPENHAM Tales – The Hidden Truth”, up on to Kindle.

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I started writing this fantasy novel at the beginning of 2007, and finished the 6th and final (so I thought) edit in 2012.  The project then went a little on the back burner whilst I wrote and produced “The Doob Doo Album” and “Bus Depot Blues”.  More editing, and one copy of “Publishing E-Books for Dummies” later, and it’s there.

“Will there ever be a physical book?” I hear you cry.  I’d certainly like to look at that, maybe next year, but for now, let Kindle commence.


Go to Kindle books and search for

“The GRiPPENHAM Tales”


“John C Stannard”


See you soon