I’m thrilled, humbled, excited and quite frankly baffled to at last reveal that one of my stories will be featured in an anthology being produced in memory of my favourite writer – the wonderful, fantastical and majestic Sir Terry Pratchett.
Set loose upon the world on October 31st, and with all proceeds going to Alzheimer’s Research UK, “In Memory” is a labour of love forged and formulated by the immensely talented Sorin Suciu and Laura May. Comprised of 16 hilarious, emotional, insightful and downright entertaining pieces of fiction (and one further story which belongs to me and one I’m still convinced has been left in by accident), the anthology promises to be a worthy addition to anyone’s bookshelf – even if you’re not normally keen on things like sci-fi, fantasy and laughing. And you can buy this lovely little bundle of joy right here.
On a personal note, I’d like to express how proud I am to be counted alongside authors such as Sorin, Laura, Scott A. Butler, DK Mok and others. They’re a fantastic and gifted bunch. You can find out more about the project and the authors involved with a flourish of your clickity finger here and follow it closely by allowing updates to be beamed directly into your brain here.
On an even more personal note, here’s a quick blog post with some of my thoughts on Sir Terry, the project, the theme of memories – and some insight into The Vividarium…