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Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Flickr.....

Yes, I know, I have finally joined the digital age. With the recent change in terms of hosting my website and digital content, etc, I have now transferred all photos from my old site to FLICKR - and what a fine piece of javascript innovation it is, too. I've also added lots of new photo content, including the recent splurge of UK signings to accompany the launch of my Solaris SF novel, BIOHELL. I did a small signing tour across Bury, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle and London, not exactly Paris and New York I am aware (and just had an email from Charles Stross to say the jammy bugger is in Ontario on his book tour- check out www.antipope.org/charlie/ for some very interesting reading); however, I like to keep a low low low profile, which will probably be exploded with my recent signing to Angry Robot Books, the new division of Harper Collins run by that very nice furry robot, Marc Gascgoine; I am sure they will have me dress up in faux fur. Or something.
Anyway. In the right hand column of this here very site you will see a Flash button for Flickr (providing you have been fortuitous enough to install Macromedia's little baby) and a single click will bring you into, err, Remic heaven. That's sounding dodgy, right? OK. Cough. I'll go now. I have to do some more work on Kell's Legend 2....... and yes, I am a few books ahead of myself, and aware nobody has even read Kell's Legend 1 yet!! But it's coming, baby, it's coming.......

3 comments:

James said...

http://sffeth.blogspot.com/

I know a "Lords of Midnight" by Mike Singleton map when I see one :)

Andy Remic said...

Heh, certainly is. I wish I knew who designed it to ask permission; but I don't :-( Still, it's good to try and help keep the old Speccy alive :-)

James said...

It just brought back great memories, I played that game to death, I think I still have a version for the PC which I play everynow and again, for me it was the best game ever on the Speccy, I think I even made a board game of it many years ago.