All The News That’s Fit to Print

I’m just back from BristolCon, which was excellent, notwithstanding the nasty bug that struck some people, and the midnight fire alarm. It was great to see old friends and make new ones. And being brought an awesome chocolate dessert whilst moderating a panel is a luxury I could get used to.

The first Goodreads giveaway for Downside Girls was very successful, so I’m doing another, which runs until this Friday.

Novacon is only three weeks away, but before that I’ve got an evening at Wimborne Literary Festival, where I’ll be appearing with Urban Fantasy author Suzanne Macleod for readings and questions on Thursday 1st November.

And last but not least, top Spanish blogger Odo has been kind enough to interview me, and you can read the results here.

2 Responses to All The News That’s Fit to Print

  1. Rosie Oliver 21 October 2012 at 5:43 pm #

    Hello Jaine,

    Good to meet you yesterday at Bristolcon… hope you enjoyed it as much or more than I did.

    Sorry, but I’m going to go cryptic on you, but I don’t have your e-mail address… the matter we discussed yesterday is going for renegotiation and not sure exactly what will come out of it, except to say it’ll be bigger, better and a bit different. So could you hang fire on passing the word along… when things are settled, there will be a short note on my blog…

    Bets Wishes, Rosie

    • Jaine Fenn 21 October 2012 at 7:27 pm #

      Good to speak to you too. No worries about ‘hanging fire’ – just use the ‘Contact Me’ button on this website to get a direct message to me when and if there are any developments.

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