Thanks for that.
Actually The Indie Book reviewer Yellow Pages is now in its second edition and is on Kindle (which you can read on the PC too) and VERY useful.
As for the plans for the Hourglass Institute Series there are currently 2 books in Print: Tomorrow's Guardian
has gone down quite well I am pleased to say with the review sites (coming in about 4 and a bit stars on average )
The sequel, Yesterday's Treasures is also out an initial reviews are also good.
I had planned a third book which I hope to have ready next year.
IN the meanwhile I am just putting together a blog tour for my Historical Fantasy Novel The Last Seal
which has been re-edited and is being re-released this summer.
17th century London - two rival secret societies are caught in a battle that threatens to destroy the city and beyond. When a truant schoolboy, Ben, finds a scroll revealing the location of magical seals that binds a powerful demon beneath the city, he is thrown into the centre of a dangerous plot that leads to the Great Fire of 1666.
I will post about the blog tour when it is organised so those interested in arranging one themselves can see who I approached.