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Book launch

Gog-Magog was officially launched at Bexhill's de la Warr Pavilion on January 7th. A prestigious location indeed, and I'd like to offer my heartfelt thanks to the staff there for all their help, especially James.

Around 35 people came, to hear me give a talk about the book using Emily's prints as prompts. I then read an extract from the opening chapter (which ends on a cliffhanger, so hopefully some folk bought the book to find out what happens!). Emily and I then answered any questions. Everyone said they enjoyed it. Much to my surprise, I did too.

The photos show myself with Emily and Erica, the designer, who takes credit for everyone saying how beautiful the book looks.

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