Ramblecast: Villager

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Part Two:

My new book has just been published. It’s called Notebook and you can order a copy from the independent bookshop, Blackwells, here. (They also deliver inexpensively outside the UK.)

VILLAGER, is now up for funding. I’d be delighted if you were able to help with its funding by reserving a signed first edition hardback – with your own name printed in the back – here.

6 thoughts on “Ramblecast: Villager

  1. It will be more than OK, trust us, your readers, as we trust you.

    You are one of two of my favoured authors/commentators/social media go tos that have had shingles recently and neither of you recommend it as a must have experience. I am seriously considering being vaccinated.

    Thrilling listening to this ramblecast and how you approach your writing. Really can’t wait to have the published article in my hands, reading it. Just finished Notebook which was a joy to read, but there is anticipation to Villager that I’ve not had before. Am really very excited.

  2. I’m new to Tom’s work and enjoyed Notebook yet looking forward to a more structured piece of his fiction. Would love to know if Villager has found it’s conclusion yet and how long it takes from completion to going on sale? Tempted to get my name (or just nose) added to the acknowledgements.

    1. Hello Dave. Villager is about 3 weeks from completion. I was hoping my publishers would get it out there by autumn but because of the pandemic and the havoc it’s wreaked on distribution schedules it will now be coming out early next year. All the best, and thanks for the support! Tom

      1. Thanks muchly for the swift reply and the informative update. Keep up the good work. I do wonder whether you intend to visit other parts of the domestic landscape such as Kent or Bedfordshire for future work?

  3. Thank you so much for sharing your ruminations and reflections on your art with us all. You know, I’ll bet that there are several of us out here who are gently yet grittily nudged to get on with our own writing thanks to your generosity of spirit and your spacious capacity to share stuff in such a friendly and approachable way … mind you, despite a wildly elemental and fierce talent. It’s as if Emily Brontë turned out to enjoy hanging out and was not a bad golfer.

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