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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
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.
Kathleen Jennings has taken over designing the badges for the Restoration launch bags … but she goes and gives me three options! Three!
Just plugging last edits into Restoration, powered by the kindness of the housemates who bring me cocktails (one a night so it’s not terrifying, drunken editing that makes Beloved Publisher cry).
I’m sitting in the Boatman’s low dark craft. I was in
Since I had word last night from The Beloved Publisher (AKA Jo Fletcher) that she doesn’t hate the new Verity novel, Restoration, (in fact she’s really rather fond of it), I shall post this in happiness and relief. Coming in August 2018.
So I’m generally not allowed near sharp objects but in the interests of research I was today given training with several swords.
I needed to get some good info for Restoration, the final Verity book, so I contacted my fave swordswoman,
So, tonight I’ll be at Trent’s Place – AKA the Avid Science Fiction & Fantasy Bookclub.
From 6.30pm-8.00pm we’ll be talking about Vigil, the first book in the Verity Fassbinder series set in Brisbane.
Ask me anything!
I’ll probably answer truthfully, or at least amusingly.