Being able to support my local library by donating a couple of copies of Here Lies Love was a great honour. The press came along and took some pictures, and you know what, I quite liked the photo they published. I’m not very photogenic you see, but for some reason, the picture didn’t make me feel embarrassed. What do you think?
Not too long ago, I was asked by author Jack Croxall to take part in his What do libraries mean to you? debate. You can head on over there to see what my local library did for me. It was really important for me to take part in both the discussion as well as donating to my library as over here in the UK (for all you guys who aren’t aware) the government is cutting grants and funds that are needed by the library. In my county alone, a good chunk of local libraries are under threat to shut their doors for good.
SaveLincsLibraries is a campaign over on twitter. Please follow them and give your support. The next generation could miss out on the cultural and social input libraries offer. It would mean a lot. Thank you.
Now, back to my writing. I’m currently writing the sequel to The Black Petal.
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