Reading this month has featured some quite harrowing stories, and the mood hasn't been lightened as much as I'd expected with Jacqueline Wilson's latest (though it is very good).
In more exciting news, that other anthology that I have stories in comes out very soon:
The Tea and Crumpet anthology, will be available in print on June 30 and in e-book on July 3, from JMS books.
Raise your rainbow umbrellas high and celebrate!
Enjoy this enchanting, entertaining and thought-provoking collection, a heartfelt expression of what it means to be queer in Britain, past and present. All these stories reflect the iconic sights and national character of the British Isles: a taste of our idiosyncrasies and eccentricities, but also an unashamed representation of the love, loyalty and laughter of our people.
Contributors include: Alex Beecroft, Jennie Caldwell, Stevie Carroll, Charlie Cochrane, Lucy Felthouse, Elin Gregory, Mara Ismine, Clare London, Anna Marie May, JL Merrow, Josephine Myles, Zahra Owens, Jay Rookwood, Chris Smith, Stevie Woods, Lisa Worrall, and Serena Yates. Edited by: UK MAT (UK Meet Acquisitions Team).
charliecochrane and I had lunch today, and put the world to rights, in between bouncing excitedly about anthologies. There aren't any pictures, not even of the very poncey glass my pint of beer came in, but I have spotted one or two new places to photograph when they're less cluttered with other people.