Books on the Underground

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I have previously posted about this scheme, in which authors contribute books which are marked with a distinctive sticker and then placed for public consumption on the London Underground. Loads of people read something on the Tube, if only the free Metro newspaper, so the scheme is a great idea. Check out the website for more details. Anyway, there have been two sightings of In a Milk and Honeyed Land in the last few days – at Earls Court on Monday, and Notting Hill Gate today. Let’s hope someone is enjoying the read…

Other news from the Orangeberry book tour –

  • An extract (first chapter) and brief description at The Book Connoisseur
  • An author interview and some blurb at The Reading Cat – the interview has some stuff about the forthcoming Scenes from a Life as well as more general things.

There’s more to come over the next few weeks… which should keep me quiet in between proof-reading and such like.

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