If you’ve never heard of it, Nanowrimo is an annual event in which novelists and aspiring novelists are challenged each November to write 50,000 words in the course of the month. It’s been going on for quite a while and although, November being a Novemberish kind of month, I occasionally make a private challenge to … Continue reading #Nanowrimo2019 – what’s the point?
The old home town was not looking the same when I arrived at Dunfermline Bus Station (why do they keep moving it?) last Saturday morning for the second Outwith Festival. ‘Reminds me of the Gala Day,‘ said my old school friend Marilyn when we eventually caught up with each other, and yes, there was that buzz … Continue reading Past meets present at Dunfermline’s new arts festival: #iamoutwith
The launch party on April 14th was followed by such a busy two weeks of book and family events it has taken me until now to take stock of ‘life after publication’ and what comes next. Because the launch, as Linen Press reminds me, is just the beginning. What strikes me first of all … Continue reading Feeling the love and spreading the word
I hope I’ve already thanked everyone involved in my Bristol book launch of In the Blink of an Eye directly, but after such a brilliant evening I had to put some thoughts and photos in a post. I was thrilled so many friends arrived, from many walks of my life (including those arguably spoiled spoiled … Continue reading In the Blink of an Eye enters the (Bristol) world
Where? Spike Island Cafe Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX Myself and Linen Press are delighted to have booked this warm, bright and welcoming venue which is part of the Spike Island art complex, close to Bristol’s Historic Harbour. When? Saturday 14th April, 5 – 7 pm The cafe serves drinks and snacks all day. After 5 pm we’ll … Continue reading Party, party! Bristol Book Launch for In the Blink of an Eye