Squizzey and I are off to spend the weekend at the Hay Festival in Hay-on-Wye. As you can see, the little rascal is all ready in his festival gear and shades, chilling in his hammock in the sun.
Last month, author India Drummond was at The Nut Press talking about her debut novel, Ordinary Angels. This month, to celebrate the launch of her latest urban fantasy novel, Blood Faerie, India will give away five Kindle copies of her book on its release day, June 1, 2011.
Blood Faerie is the first in India Drummond’s new series, Caledonia Fae.
When I began writing Love & Freedom I decided that American Honor Sontag had come to Brighton, England, searching for her English mother who had left when Honor was a baby.
I didn’t immediately realise that it would represent a new start – like her, I believed she was just taking time out, a four-month odyssey that would allow her a break from a bad situation in her Connecticut home town of Hamilton Drives. Although, I suppose, having taken such a radical step as to take off without even telling her family where she was going, it was logical that she was ripe for change.