This time last year I was excited to be going along to London Book Fair 2013 for two reasons. One was because WATCHING OVER YOU was being submitted at the fair by my agent and also because I was a
I’m a little bit shell-shocked this morning. It’s been SO long in the making that I’m not sure I can believe it. Today I will be travelling down to London with my fella and friends for my OWN book launch.
I’m not sure I can put into words how fantastic this year’s Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival was this year – or #TOPCrime2013 as some clever soul thought up. So, I thought I’d do it in pictures. From my
It’s #TOPCrime2013 time again. In full – Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate. This is the third year in a row that I’ve attended. It’s at a fabulous venue, The Old Swan, Swan Road and from the Thursday
So I’m back from the fair – and didn’t we have some fun. Last week, I wrote a post about how the previous two London Book Fairs I’d attended weren’t geared towards authors, more of a trade fair for professionals.