Sooo, I'm still deep in copyedits (notice I didn't say 'copyedit hell', though, because weirdly… I'm enjoying them - yes, I know I'm strange), which means no time for a proper post again. And the Hound has gone on strike, as apparently I didn't pay him enough for his post last week.
Anyhow, not to worry, because I have some cool stuff to share. Firstly, I'm not going to be the first person in my family to get
published! My dad, an extremely talented insect and plant
photographer, a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and chairman of
the RPS Nature Group, has a book out on 15th June from Crowood Press. It's
called INSECT PHOTOGRAPHY - ART AND TECHNIQUES, and is aimed at both
amateur and professional photographers. He's wanted to get a
photography book published for a long time, and I am so thrilled for him!
You can order the book directly from Crowood here or find it on Amazon here.
Secondly, Alexander Gordon Smith came to run a horror-writing workshop for a young writers' group I've been helping out with at work. He was brilliant, and the group had a wonderful time, so a huge thank you to him! If you haven't read his FURNACE series yet, I can highly recommend them, and I can't wait to read his latest novel THE FURY, which sounds absolutely terrifying!
Finally, if you missed it on Monday, check out ACID's playlist (and a sneaky look at the theme tune to my WIP!) over at The Lucky 13s.
See you on the other side!