Just back from another fun year at T in the Park. More mud than usual this year, but it certainly helps having parents who live in Kinross!
Anyway, I realised I’d better do an update of all my recent Trackman news, so here we go:
I’ll be appearing at the Big Tent Festival in Falkland doing a ‘Meet the Author’ session. I’m on at 2pm on Sunday 22nd July in the Elm Yurt.
I’m super excited (and oh so slightly terrified) to be reading at ‘At The Edge Of The Sea and ‘At The Edge Of The Peaks’ which are mini-festivals curated by David Gedge. Yes, David Gedge! Technically I will be supporting The Wedding Present!
Anyway I’ll be doing a reading in Brighton on Saturday the 25th August and again in Holmfirth on Sunday 26th August.
Scots Whay Hae review
Alistair Braidwood has kindly reviewed Trackman for his excellent blog Scots Whay Hae! I have been a regular reader of this blog for a while and am really excited to feature.
You can read the review here – it’s worth checking out just because Alistair has linked to a video by the wonderful Ben Kweller.
P.S I also have to admit that my mis-spelling of Alan Hanson was just poor spelling rather than a deliberate music reference, damn!
Kindle special offer
If any of this has made you want to check out Trackman, the Kindle version is on special offer for two weeks and you can buy it here!
Finally, a picture from this year’s T in the Park. Summer in Scotland, you gotta love it!