Hoovering the anthology
You may remember that the East Dulwich Writers' Group published our first anthology, Hoovering the Roof, last year.
I'm delighted to announce that the book has been shortlisted for the National Association of Writers' Groups awards. Result to be announced at a ceremony on 4th Sept.
Meanwhile, we're editing the content for the 2nd anthology, to be published in Nov. And this is where you come in. We need your help (again) to choose a title. Please go here to vote in our public poll.
Blushing for 33
There are several events coming up to publicise 33, the anthology of short stories with one set in each of London's boroughs.
You can find details on Glasshouse Book's Facebook page and the books (spilt into 2 volumes) are available to buy on their website.
Meanwhile, there's a very nice review here that had me dancing (and snivelling).
Blogging for the Spaces
I have been invited by the lovely Liane Spicer to write a guest post for Novel Spaces. My post will be appearing there on 15th September.
The winning team who organised the fabulous Festival of Writing in York earlier this year have turned their awesome talents to a Getting Published Event on 2nd October in London. It promises to be a very productive and useful day. In case you're wondering, I'm one of the Book Doctors.
Dance Your Way to Psychic Sex
This book by Alice Turing is magic. Yes, you read that right - it's not just about magic ... Even the way it has been produced has an undeniable whiff of the supernatural about it.
For a read unlike anything you will have come across before, order your limited edition copy here. You can read reviews (including one by yours truly) here.
While I'm sharing news of recently or about-to-be published books, I'm betting you will find Sue Guiney's latest novel impossible to resist. I can't wait to receive my copy and I'm excited that this blog will be a stopping post on Sue's virtual tour. Watch this space ...
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