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Date for the Diary: The Flesh of the Peach Book Launch

The book launch date is now set!

 

25th of April, 6:30pm at Blackwell’s Edinburgh!

 

Book your free ticket here

if you’re on Facebook, you can let me know you’re coming along for the wine and nibbles and bookishness here.

 

 

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Flesh of the Peach is a real live thing

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Just a moment ago, my copies of Flesh of the Peach arrived, bringing with them a sleety snowfall against the windows.

I’m overwhelmed by how pretty this thing is. the cover is scuffed, doodle-y, but that’s all part of the book itself. Ah! You could, if you were so inclined, pre-order the book directly from Freight right now. The launch will take place on the 25th of April, at Blackwell’s Bookshop on South Bridge in Edinburgh (I will be making up a Facebook invitation nearer the time) at which there will be wine and possibly snacks (and definitely both at the afterparty).

I’m in the process of arranging readings for the book elsewhere, and have some big ones to announce (again, a little nearer their dates). Copies of the novel are going out for review. You can add the book to your Goodreads TBR.

If you’d like to hear me read anywhere, and have suggestions, please get in touch. I’m about on Twitter, trying not to let my heart fly out of my chest.

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Glasgow Launch of On the Edges of Vision

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Yesterday was the launch of On the Edges of Vision at Waterstones Argyle Street in Glasgow. Kirsty Logan (author among other excellent works the brand new A Portable Shelter )was an excellent interviewer, with thoughtful and probing questions on the influence of Scotland on my writing, on monsters, flash fiction- and trash telly. I’d like to thank her, everyone who came along, and of course huge huge thanks to Caron and the rest of the staff at Waterstones for ensuring that everything ran so smoothly. What an absolute delight of an evening!

 

 

 

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My book in some pretty great company on the first floor – if you are stopping by the Waterstones in Argyle Street, why not pop in and say hallo!

 

[All photo credits go to D, who also took the pictures at Story Shop]

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