Friday, August 2, 2013

Drive-by photo posting Friday.

The Astrologer on the "new fiction" shelf at the Seattle Public Library.

Next week, I swear, there will be an excerpt from the work-in-progress novel, and I also intend to write something about Andre Gide's excellent 1925 novel The Counterfeiters. I'm looking at as many French novels from the 20s as I can, and if they include criminal activity, so much the better.

7 comments:

  1. Congratulations! That is so awesome! Wicked awesome.

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  2. What's nice is that people are reading it. The library system has four copies, and there are always one or two checked out. So I have a very small sort of home-town success. Very small.

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  3. Whee! I love seeing my books and friends' books in the library. :)

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  4. I haven't read any of the books next to mine on that shelf.

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  5. Congratulations!! I'm excited for you!

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  6. Cynthia, thanks! It's actually weird, going into the library and seeing my novel. I've gotten used to seeing it on the shelf at the local university book store, but there's still a strange distance between me and these books. Like the whole thing is an elaborate practical joke.

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