Hi Folks, it’s been a while since I had anything much to talk about. As always projects are starting up and falling apart, or progressing slowly. Patience. It’s always all about patience. Well now I finally have some good news: my three novels are available again. With help from Duncan Lockerbie at Lumphanan Press and Tapsalteerie (who published my poetry collection, Fractures), First Time Solo, Silma Hill, and The Waves Burn Bright are available as ebooks from Amazon. They will hopefully be rolled out on other ebook providers/formats before long, so if you aren’t a Kindle user, please wait a little longer. Christmas is just around the corner, so why not get a copy for a loved one, for a secret Santa gift, or even for yourself.
In other news, I attended the Japan Writers Conference in Hokkaido last month and met a lot of wonderful and interesting people involved in writing, publishing and translating in Japan. I did a talk on a possible future of genre fiction, which seemed to down well. Next year the conference will be in Tokyo and I’ll definitely be in attendance. See you there.
I wrote a few more reviews for the Japan Times: Isako Isako by Mia Ayumi Malhotra, Speculative Japan 4, and When I Was a Wolf by Shuji Terayama.
More news as and when.
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A friend has had good luck with the amazon subscription service.
I hope these and future endeavours go well.