We’re mere days away from FantasyCon, and I’m really looking forward to heading off to Nottingham. It’s a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and meet new ones.
I’ll also be signing copies of The Road to Bedlam on Saturday from 12 until 1pm in the Dealer’s Room along with Colin Harvey, who will be signing copies of Damage Time and Andy Remic who will be doing likewise with Soul Stealers. At 3:30 I am booked to do a live reading – just after Ian Whates, so it’s worth coming along for the hour.
In the meantime, reviews of Sixty-One Nails have started to appear in the United States – this one hot off the presses: ~
Shevdon’s blend of history and folklore creates a rich picture of a London that is both real and full of magic. The plot is quick and though the book is a little hefty, I finished it in all of two days (and that was with a movie break to watch all three parts of the Red Riding trilogy, too!). The Courts of the Feyre is a world that I happily got lost in and can’t wait to return to. Really and truly amazing stuff, folks. I just can’t recommend this book highly enough.
~ No More Grumpy Bookseller
Thanks to Becky for the great review – I hope she likes the sequel as much.