London Falling in the USA: Day Four!

It keeps going, doesn't it?  There are once again new London Falling US release celebrations, and it is my duty and my joy to let you know about all of them.

I've done a guest post at Book Chick City, talking about my Top Ten Stories Set in London.

I wouldn't normally link to positive reviews about my own stuff, but the insight of this feature piece on London Falling by Paul Di Filippo at the Barnes and Noble blog really impressed me.

And my book has sponsored a very popular podcast that I'm a fan of.  You'll find out which one on Monday.  I have taken great delight in making the team say exactly what I want them to...

In other news, on 5th May at 12.30, I'll be appearing with J.T. Colgan, Terrance Dicks and Tommy Donbavand on a panel at the Sci-Fi London film festival, where we'll be talking about Doctor Who in prose and what it's like either dipping into that franchise having been a success outside it, or moving on from it.  There'll also be a panel about Who comics, and a screening of Doctor Who and the Daleks!

And today's Girl Genius web comic, on the subject of the Hugo graphic story nominations was, I think, both gracious and charming. And was much appreciated at this end.

Until Monday, then, Cheerio!

8 Response to "London Falling in the USA: Day Four!"

  • DebbieB Says:

    Paul, I started 'London Falling' yesterday morning and couldn't put it down. Finished it in only a few hours. Excellent ride! Looking forward to the next installment...

    Debbie in the U.S.

  • Paul Cornell Says:

    Thanks very much! The sequel, The Severed Streets, is out in the UK in December, but I don't know the US release date yet.

  • Claude Says:

    Digging into LONDON FALLING now. I feel like I'm going to need a glossary to understand the language. Somebody once said the England and America are two countries divided by a common language. I shall persevere, all the same!

  • Paul Cornell Says:

    Good thing there is a glossary, in the back!

  • Claude Says:

    Bwah!? Good job, mate! I should do things arse about face! From now on I'll belt up until Bob's your uncle or something like that! :)

  • Paul Cornell Says:

    And now I have no idea what you're talking about!

  • Claude Says:

    I get my translations from the internet....which we KNOW is never wrong! LINKY THINGY>>>>

  • Paul Cornell Says:

    That's actually a pretty good guide!