Welcome to Paul's Podcast Diary for Saturday 7th March 2020.
Coming up this week:
- My ‘chalk & cheese’ psychological thriller Two Years After has been on blog tour all week – so what was the final verdict?
- I’ve taken the decision this week NOT to attend LBF & SPF Live – I’ll be explaining why
- Wednesday was my last day of salaried work – I’ll let you know what’s coming up next. Plot spoiler – my tea consumption is likely to increase!
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This Week's Talking Points
1) Phase 6:
My sci-fi novel Phase 6 is set in a dystopian future where the world is entering Phase 6 of a WHO defined pandemic. Isn't it amazing how sci-fi often mimics real life! pic.twitter.com/rkYoaAuj3M
— Paul Teague (@PaulTeagueUK) March 2, 2020
2) Check out K-Lytics at: https://k-lytics.com/webinar-alex-newton
3) My blog tour:
ICYMI It's the start of the #TwoYearsAfter by @PaulTeagueUK #BlogTour today. Check out @NickiRICHARDS7 fab #Review who says, “It's a well written,gripping,shocking and enthralling thriller…”https://t.co/K6y0s1gO6q pic.twitter.com/6xrYwI2Ook
— BookOnTheBrightSide (@BOTBSPublicity) March 2, 2020
4) Dan Soule's adventures this week:
Slight overkill on the teaching room today. 500 seat lecture hall at the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland for 12 participants. Nice and grand:) Spring had sprung on St Stephen's Green outside. Compare that to the cool anatomy art on the walls inside.#phdchat @PaulTeagueUK pic.twitter.com/AfBGub7ggj
— Daniel Soule (@Grammatologer) March 4, 2020
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