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Restoration in paperback form!
Well, guess what’s coming out in paperback!! Hello, Restoration, my last child.
So, if you’ve been waiting, arms crossed, grumping “I won’t buy it until all the trilogy is out, even though that might affect the chances of getting
On Writing and Finishing a Trilogy
Over at Always Trust in Books I talk about the agony and the ecstasy of finishing off my Verity Fassbinder supernatural crime/urban fantasy trilogy.
Write a trilogy, they said. It’ll be fun, they said.
I should start by saying that
2018 in review
Having spent yesterday excavating my desk for the purposes of organisation (resulting in a list of 32 items to do, 8 of which I managed to cross off yesterday eve), I’ve spent the morning crossing 3 more off said list and procrastinating
Sydney: Restoration Event
I’ll be at the wonderful Galaxy Books on 20 September at 6pm to do a Q&A about Restoration, Verity and the writing life, so come along and ask me stuff. I’ll sign books, too – mine, other
And Restoration has been launched! Thanks to everyone who came along and listened to Dr Kim and I banter, and my parents heckling from the audience. Thanks to the wonderful staff at Brisbane Square Library who always look after
Restoration: launch reminder and interviews
So, this is your last reminder to RSVP for the Restoration launch, which is happening tomorrow night at Brisbane Square Library. Me, Kim Wilkins, cupcakes, amusing profanities, books! So, 6pm arrival for a 6.30 start, details are here.
My baby is out in the world.
‘Slatter’s dark imaginings, spritzed w/ humour, pack age-old magic into a contemporary setting with a sure hand. This woman knows her stuff.’ MARGO LANAGAN, bestselling author of Tender Morsels
And lest we
Grabs from the first couple of Goodreads reviews of Restoration – thanks to Paromjit and Imogene respectively. <3
1. Angela Slatter writes a bewitchingly compelling addition to this series. Her greatest strengths are her witty and humorous writing style
OMG looks like the rumours are true and it’s a real book! Reviewers like Liz Barnsley have got copies of my baby!
Back home at last, to find Himself had arrived a few weeks ago and has been waiting patiently in the pile of mail.
Soon he’ll be on the shelf with HP Lovecraft, and I shall make them stare at each other for eternity.