Ordinarily, if someone has been kind enough to include me in a blog post, I will share it widely the same day the post goes live. In the immediate aftermath of the book launch for Carrion, there was a lot still happening, and I’ve been sharing other posts from around the launch and just before over the past few days. As a result, I haven’t been able to give some posts the attention they deserve.
The first of these was yet another from Kerry Parsons at Chat About Books. Kerry has been a great supporter of this launch, but is a great supporter of authors and book bloggers all round. Together with Steph Lawrence at StefLoz Book Blog, she organises regular events for the authors and bloggers to mix and mingle. I’ve been to most of them and have always come away from them feeling like it’s been an enjoyable and worthwhile experience. And it turns out that Stoke-on-Trent is reasonably accessible after all! If this is something you’re interested in doing, let me know, or contact either Kerry or Steph through their blogs.
But I digress. It’s time to turn to Kerry’s latest post – even though it’s now nearly a week old. So, if you want to know what I’d call my autobiography – and one or two other little snippets of information, click on the image to unlock it.
“You can’t hide anything from me. Remember that.” There was a certain gratification in the dread he sensed in them. “But you’re right, I do like to leave something behind for the birds.” He could never explain to anyone else the surge of energy he got from that simple act, and he had no intention of trying now. He didn’t need to.
It was time to let the ravens loose…
Some temptations are worth giving in to.
All you need to do is click on the Kindle.
You know you want to…