As an experiment I’m running a Themself giveaway using the new e-book  giveaway service on Goodreads. This is only available to people with Kindles registered with so do please share it with people you know living in North America. Also my apologies for not making the Themself giveaway available in the UK. I’ll run a UK giveaway in the comments section below. If you want an e-book version leave me a comment before 21 March and I’ll email you the e-book in return for an honest review. 

100 e-book copies of Themself are available between now and the 21st March for users using the link above (or the button below).

Themself Giveaway

Themself is a collection of contemporary fiction, poetry and life writing reflecting on James Kemp’s life experiences as a part-time student, father, cub scout leader, school governor and full-time project manager in his forties.

As well as the stories and poetry he wrote there is commentary on how and why they were written. He shares notes on how to build worlds, create characters, tell stories, write poetry and fiction. There are also some writing exercises for you to try yourself if you feel inspired by Themself!

The main stories in Themself are:

  • Night Patrol – a tense night on patrol with the British Army
  • Rounds – a young midwife solves a problem by helping several others
  • Refusal – an immigration officer deals with a visitor who is more than she claims
  • Hunting Nazis – two former SOE agents settle some unfinished business in 1953 Berlin.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Themself by James Kemp


by James Kemp

Giveaway ends March 21, 2018.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter Giveaway

Not eligible for Themself Giveaway?

You can still get yourself a copy of Themself, and even read for free if you have kindle unlimited, Themself is also available in paperback.

If you read and enjoyed Themself then please leave me a review on Goodreads, Amazon or wherever you bought it from so that others can decide whether they’d like to read it too!

You might also enjoy my science fiction novella Crisis Point. It’s got five-star reviews from people who don’t know me.