I’ll be appearing at Bakewell Bookshop on Friday October 7th alongside Dean Lilleyman. Doors will be around 7pm.
To secure a place on the night contact the bookshop directly.
Thanks so much to Pippa, Eddy, James, Dean and Laura for being so fantastic on the night, and Matthew at Urbane for being so generous in supplying the books.
Thanks to everyone who came and everyone who donated money. We raised approximately £500 for Spoonie Survival Kits and Sophia’s GoFundMe.
Photos courtesy of Fox Moon Photography.
Waves is available everywhere now.
Fellow Urbane alumni Christina Philippou has interviewed me for her site here.
I will be posting a return interview with Christina in a couple of weeks time.
Right, so Amazon, in what is undoubtedly the greatest moral error they have ever made as a business, failed to recognise that Waves is the new Harry Potter, and sold out of copies on the very first morning they went on sale.
From what I’m told, existing orders will be fulfilled very quickly, and new copies will be available soon.
In the meantime, if you’re desperate to get a copy immediately (to prevent ridicule for being the only kid in town who hasn’t got one) do try direct orders from Urbane or even the kindle version if you go for that sort of thing.
Or, if you’re in Sheffield over the weekend, come to the launch and grab one in exchange for giving money to a good cause.
Waves is on sale as of today. You know the drill. To get your copy go to any of these places:
For those of you who use Goodreads, you can find Waves on Goodreads here or my author page here.
There will also be a Goodreads giveaway at some point over the next month or two.
What? Launch of Waves.
When? Saturday September 17th. Doors 7pm. Readings to start around 7.45pm.
Where? Eten (upstairs), 2-4 York Street, Sheffield, S1 2ER (next to Sheffield Cathedral)
Who? There will be readings from Eddy Baker, James Giddings, Dean Lilleyman and myself. Laura Hegarty will also be playing a few songs.
Anything else? Copies of Waves will be available in exchange for donations to Spoonie Survival Kits and helping Sophia fight Lyme.
Is there a poster containing all this information? Yes.
Faye Savory, a woman I have no personal connection to whatsoever, has interviewed me for her site as part of her Inspired By series. I definitely recommend checking out the far more deserving people she has interviewed previously.
You can read the interview with me at this link.