Thursday, 12 November 2009

Bad blogger

Just realized I've not actually mentioned a lovely visit I had to Waterstone's Bishop's Stortford...It was on the same night that Nick Griffin was on Question time and I'm happy to report that I had an easier time than he did. A really good discussion with local book groups, very interesting questions and we echoed Question Time to a certain extent with a foray into the issue of immigration (with reference to the Jewish strand of banking and moneylending in Madonna of the Almonds) Thanks very much to Valda and her colleagues who sent me away with a bottle of wine and a copy of Ghostwalk, both of which which I'm currently devouring.

3 comments:

starrybluesky said...

I am currently reading The Glassblower of Murano ( and loving it) - what a treat to discover there are two more books by you.

Marie Burton said...

Hi Marina~
This is not spam =)
There is a special opportunity to promote your book during the month of March with the group "Historical Fiction Bloggers Round Table". Our group has voted upon and selected your 2010 March Release to spotlight for a special week during March.
I cannot locate a contact email for you, therefore I chose to leave a comment and hope you respond.
Simply put, we are a small byt dedicated group of HF Bloggers who have decided to run special promotions along with reviewing your book, hoping that your publisher can send along review copies to us.
Please email so we can explain the nitty gritty, and I appreciate your time!
Marie at The Burton Review, member of the HF Bloggers Roundtable
my email is marieburton2004(At)yahoo(dot)com

動感 said...

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