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Reading and Signing in Manchester

I’ll be at Manchester Central Library tomorrow today (Wednesday 3rd June) at 6.30pm. I’ll be talking about the writing process and reading from my latest novel Winged with Death.

I’ll be with Andrew Duggan who will also read from his novel, Scars Beneath the Skin.

We shall also sign books and be available for questions.

3 Responses to “Reading and Signing in Manchester”

  1. Glad I found your blog.
    I have been writing poetry books and mythic novels for 20 years — off the publishing circuit in 1990. Now I find my small press can do it all. How to get these books into the hands of those who will appreciate images in the genre of Robert Graves and Rilke, well that’s another matter.

    I ask the White Goddess for counsel. And thought I’d get my quandary out to you.

    I like your work.

    For posterity,
    Pamela Preston

  2. john baker says:

    More than 40 people turned up at the Manchester reading and we had to pause half-way through to accommodate them all, find new chairs, etc. So it was good and I think everyone enjoyed the readings. I signed a few copies of Winged with Death and added something to my coffers.
    The highlight of the evening for me was meeting Elizabeth Baines at long last, a writer I have admired at a distance for a very long time.

  3. Danielle says:

    I loved Winged with Death. Your novel is fantastic.
    The sentence “In the tango both leaders and followers lead and follow.” is worldly wisdom.

    jb says: Well, thank you, Danielle. It’s nice of you to say so. I might just go ahead and write another one for that.