Thursday, 26 November 2009
Richard Bruton reviews Book of Lists on the excellent Forbidden Planet blog today. "The Book Of Lists is a strange reading experience, but it works rather well. Rainey’s confident and honest enough to not hold back the details of his life that others may not want the world seeing and by doing so he’s created something remarkably interesting and engrossing. But most importantly, he’s a very funny writer who can raise a smile on a great many of his pages."
If you're visiting here for the first time because of the review or have decided that it's about time that you got a copy, Book of Lists can be purchased from The Shop using Paypal for £10.95. (Price includes postage to UK destinations.)
Thursday, 12 November 2009
I'm on on the radio again! This time talking to Dickon Harris mainly about Book of Lists and partly about There's No Time Like The Present. You can listen to the show live on Resonance 104.4 FM in London or streamed here at 8 PM tonight. It will also be podcasted here.