Posted by: gillarbuthnott | November 14, 2020

Dipping my toes in the virtual water

Book Week Scotland programme launched – The NEN – North Edinburgh News

I’m a bit late to the party, but I am at last engaging with the idea of online events. My first one was last week, when I talked to the senior Reading Force book group about my novels The Keepers’ Daughter and Beneath. Actually, the conversation ranged over all sorts of things, from Netflix to snakes (memorably described by one participant as ‘giant worms covered in fingernails’!). Next week I’ll be having a conversation with the junior Reading Force group in an event that – uniquely – will be combining The Chaos Clock with What Makes Your Body Work… So we’ll be doing experiments on ourselves while discussing the novel! Possibly. Who knows?

Also coming up, as part of Book Week Scotland, is a chance to see a film of me prattling on as part of Leisure and Culture Dundee’s A View of my Favourite Things strand. The film goes live on November 19th and you can click through on the link above.


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