Monday, 14 April 2008

Writing round-up

I got home from Paris last night (a lovely week we had) to find my author copies of MO: Crimes of Practice waiting for me. It really is a beautifully produced book, acid green spine, smoothly-bound, clean white pages. I'm a little in love with it, just as an object, and looking forward to reading it in full.

I missed the day I was "up" at Every Day Fiction with my flash, An Angel in a Plane Tree, which seemed to go down well with the punters, despite being very English in its sense of humour (the site is edited by Canadians and many of the readers are Americans). Please do pop along and read about the bugger in the Barbour and his celestial host - and comment, if you feel the urge.

Every Day Fiction have confirmed that my flash, Lolita's Lynch Mob, is the third most read story on the site, which is not half bad for a site with 250 stories and over a thousand regular readers.

Back in a jiffy with holiday news and so on.

4 comments:

Tania Hershman/The Short Review said...

What a lovely welcome home, to see your anthology. Sounds wonderful, I want one! I am looking for a reviewer for it. And I remember your "Angel" story well, congrats on that and Lolita, all great news.

Sarah Hilary said...

Thanks, Tania! I think Ra said he was sending you a review copy of the CWA anthology. I hope you find someone to review it.

Nik's Blog said...

Brilliant news!

Sarah Hilary said...

Thanks, Nik!