23 July 2009 | Comments (2)
Clare Dudman has written an interesting review of ‘The Mistress of Nothing’ and published this alongside an interview with me on her blog, ‘The Keeper of The Snails’. Thanks to Clare for this. The interview includes a few questions that diverge from the topic of the novel, including my thoughts on snails! Clare has been writing this blog for a considerable time now and has built up a really interesting archive of interviews with writers. She’s also a novelist and has written what sound like a fascinating novel based on the life of a arctic explorer and scientist, Wegener’s Jigsaw. One to add to my summer reading list.
22 May 2009 | Comments (0)
As the publication of ‘The Mistress of Nothing’ creeps nearer here in the UK, I’m organising a virtual book tour with my publicist at Serpent’s Tail in the UK, the lovely Rebecca Gray, and at McArthur & Co in Canada, the bewitching Devon Pool.
My image manipulation skills are so poor - but this is the final version of the cover - the woman has sleeves! Yes!
I stole the idea of a virtual book tour from Elizabeth Baines, so thanks to Elizabeth for that!
To date we have five bloggers who have expressed an interest in reading the novel and interviewing me for their blog. They are as follows:
If you have a blog and are interested in reading the book and talking to me about it, send me a mail - katepullinger (at) btinternet (dot) com.