Monthly Archives: April 2007

My feet hurt

A whole day, in heels to, from and at the London Book Fair today. Normally I’m at my desk (with a bit of pacing up and down while I’m on the phone).

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London Book Fair

Next week, publishers, agents and all folks involved in the business of publishing, will have their minds and bodies focused on one thing: the London Book Fair, which kicks off on Monday.

If you’re going to be there, dear blog reader, do come and say hello in person! I’m at the Fair all day Monday and Wednesday, representing UK inpdendent publisher Myrmidon Books, on stand V900. Myrmidon Books published their first titles in 2006 and are committed to a programme of publishing orginal and imaginative fiction. Their latest titles are The Gift of Rain by Tan Twan Eng (cover picture below) and The Painted Messiah by Craig Smith.

The Gift of Rain Tan Twan Eng

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