Scene of the latest book promotion of Georgina. My thanks to the town’s iCentre and railway station book shop. (The latter has appeared twice on television travel programmes)
Following on from Tyndrum, other locations which received a visit included Dalmally, Taynuilt and Oban. When promoting a book, scenic landscapes add to the enjoyment.
The above location was visited yesterday to promote The Time Jigsaw books. Ideal, given that nearby Crianlarich has a scene in two of them. During my time in Tyndrum, I noted a small, but busy place. Perhaps why it is the only Scottish village to have two railway stations – Tyndrun Upper and Tyndrum Lower which serve two railway lines. One to Fort William, (Upper) and the other to Oban.
Still a personal favourite, although all The Time Jigsaw books are special.
It’s good to hear that libraries are starting to open. Not just for authors to visit and discuss their books, but also to serve their local community. Reading is good therapy and with recent lockdowns, library members have no doubt suffered. The libraries also serve as a community hub for children, as well as adults.
It’s a joyful occasion when the first draft of a new novel is complete. Especially, if that particular story is ahead of schedule. However, my experience of writing previous books in the series is that fine-tuning plays a major role. A spy fantasy thriller set in 1962, it includes a well-known character from book 1.