EDWARD ST.BONIFACE INTERVIEWED ON LONDON'S 'RESONANCE FM' RADIO STATION:
Edward St.Boniface will be giving a talk on the practical details and process of self publishing on the London radio station RESONANCE104.4fm at 11:30am on Thursday 27 February, repeated on Monday 3 March at 4pm.
ED'S BOOK SIGNING!
Edward St.Boniface will be giving a talk on self publishing and launching his 'London Trilogy' from 6pm-7:30pm on the evening of Tuesday, 25 February 2014 at Pimlico Library, Lupus Street, Westminster. To book a place please contact the library at this email:
EVEL 'EVIL' TYLER IS ONLINE!
NINE ELMS LANE main character (also a gadfly in 'Riding House Street' and 'King's Scholar's Passage To Vauxhall Bridge Road') Evel Tyler has his own FACEBOOK page on which he shares his obnoxious opinionated odium with the rest of the internet population:
Annette Gisby in the UK and Sharlene Almond in New Zealand, have been kind enough to give me an author interview and first-three-chapters review respectively. Please view them at the links below.
ANNETTE GISBY author interview:
SHARLENE ALMOND blog review of the first three chapters of NINE ELMS LANE:
I emigrated to London in 1986 as a young man from Canada and ever since have lived mostly there. London is the most exciting and difficult city to get on in. It has always been the main motivating background for my own adventures and misadventures. Love of all the opportunities and pitfalls and variety metropolitan life in a great city offers is perhaps its greatest continuing influence on me and my literary ambitions. Concentrating mainly on science fiction and fantasy in my writing over the decades, in 2010 I decided to pursue a new contemporaneous direction and THE LONDON TRILOGY eventually came out of this. It was somewhat to my surprise since I wasn't sure if I could make a story set only in the here and now work. Something clicked for me, though and I ended up with three full inter-related novels. In early 2013 I made the decision to try my luck at self publishing, a long cherished dream. Rather to my surprise at the tender age of 46 I've almost become a true old fogey from the young fogey I've assumed the guise of for so long...