Sunday, August 2, 2009

The Rainbow Orchid volume 1

It's here at last - The Rainbow Orchid volume 1, published by Egmont UK, is now available. And if you'd like a copy, you're spoilt for purchasing options! Besides your local book shop (in the UK) you can order it from Egmont and get some badges, you can order it from me if you want it signed and sketched in, or you can get discounts at Amazon and Borders.

I also now have t-shirts available, and not forgetting the lovely giclée prints that have been up on the shop for a few weeks now.

There's a very nice interview with me, conducted by David O'Connell over at his Scribblehound website. I say it's nice because David asked some interesting questions that I really had to think about! And I should also mention all the events I've got coming up - but I'll just point you towards the new events page for that.

I will pick out two - if you visit Foyles gallery this week (from Tuesday, at the shop on Charing Cross Road) then you'll be able to see an exhibition of artwork and sketches from the book. And I'll be doing a talk at Caption about The Rainbow Orchid and some thoughts on self-publishing and being published - that's on the the Saturday from 5.30-6.30 pm.

And finally - don't forget you can sign up to the free Adventurers' Society and print out your very own membership card. If you see me and bring it along, I will stamp it with the official Society stamp!


  1. It's a fabulous book and I'm looking forward to many more Julius Chancer adventures to come! I'll definitely be popping in to Foyles this week.

  2. I'll be popping along to Foyles this week too I think - can't wait to see it! And that interview with David is great too - it's got me fired up to get back to work!

  3. Brilliant! Can't wait to get stuck into this :)

  4. Brilliant book. Brilliant party. Brilliant.

  5. Fantastic, I can't wait to pick up my copy!

  6. just back from Internet Holiday so belated congrats on a beautiful book which will be on my shelf as soon as I can find it.


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