Okay, since I almost missed out on the Historical Novelists’ Book Fair, I’m going to get this one scheduled right away so that it will go live at the beginning of the Contemporary Novelists’ Book Fair.
I’m not sure why I’m so excited about my creator, Melanie Robertson-King taking part in this book fair because the book she’s put in it doesn’t include me – but two characters I’d just as soon never see or hear their names mentioned again.
Bittnerness aside, here’s the link to Melanie’s entry over at her blog, Celtic Connexions. Her post just went live.
I think when you read the excerpt, you’ll know why I’m feeling bitter… unless, of course, you’ve read A Shadow in the Past and you’ll already know why.
If you click on the Book Fair badge at the top of the page, it will take you to the site where the links of everyone taking part are are available.
I’m chuffed to bits for her. She had a rough day yesterday with her husband’s car getting clobbered whilst it was parked on the street (minding its own business even). Now it’s insurance and adjusters and stuff so she deserves a bit of sunshine – not that she didn’t before.
Anyway, pop over to Melanie’s blog Celtic Connexions and see what the award is all about.
Wow! I can’t believe I almost missed this. The Historical Novelists’ Book Fair ends on 15th April. I’m really glad I didn’t sign up for it because I almost missed the boat entirely. Besides, I’m only a character so I don’t think I could sign up. Oh well, at least my creator, Melanie Robertson-King, took part. You can see her entry on her blog Celtic Connexions.
Other great authors are taking part, too, so you can click on the Historical Novelists’ Book Fair badge at the top of this post and it will take you to the page where everyone has signed up. There are lots of brill books there, but I have to admit being partial to A Shadow in the Past by Melanie. Hmmm… wonder why?