The World of Yvonne Marrs merchandise is now available
A first for 2021 – Podcasts from Yvonne!
Yvonne’s YouTube channel
Please note, the channel is in it’s infancy.
I have created different playlists for the videos for different areas of my work, so as to avoid confusion if you are looking for something specific. I will start with instructional videos from Y Marrs Colourist.
Shout out to Syemak who is creating music especially for my videos!
Find him here: Syemak on SoundCloud
More details about Yvonne and her books from Amazon.
As mentioned before:
Yvonne’s Creative website – and the link to her brand new eShop to buy from her directly!
On their shared site, Yvonne and her husband John, have separate galleries for exploration.
Yvonne’s LinkTree page
The next link is for the two songs of Joshua Francis’s that he and Yvonne worked together to create – Yvonne wrote the words, and Joshua created the tracks! Both sufferers of invisible illnesses, they share a common bond, and wanted to show fellow sufferers that ambitions can still be achieved, even with having chronic illnesses. Yvonne published an eBook of prose entitled “Putting the Visible Into So Called Invisible Illnesses” from which the two tracks were taken – ‘Churn, churn, churn’ and ‘Of All The Things’.
Artwork designed by Yvonne Marrs, words by Samantha Francis.
Listen to it here!
Link to Yvonne’s eBook from the collaboration:
Yvonne continues to help her good friend Stephen E J Tomporowski publish his books, even from opposite sides of the pond!
Steve and Yvonne rose to the challenge of putting together short stories for an eBook. Most of them are from Steve’s archives, and some of Yvonne’s are snippets from her already published work, but it is an unusual and enjoyable mix.
Above you will find a free preview to give you a taster of the book before you buy!
A mention also to a fellow writer, who can critique your work or give a full editing service. thenovelfixer.com
Special mention to the wonderful Lynn McLaughlin – check out her website here!
Last but not least…
The wonderful rescue work done locally by Sacha Bedford of Hattie’s Hedgehogs.