The calm after the storm …

Sore feet. Interesting contacts.

How do you spot a dignitary at the London Book Fair? They don’t wear badges. If I were coming again I would attend on day one. 

You may feel out of it as an unknown author. Yet everywhere the evidence of the need for authors is on the posters, products and peoples’ lips. 

Many folk seem overwhelmed by an excited energy. Old friends meet old friends. New guys, even in kilts get smiles but not the come on … till later.

I met a helpful person from Books from Scotland. It’s nice how our little country helps us. I’ve been invited to a whisky tasting they’re running. Anyone wants to accompany me … get in touch. 

There are a couple of authors who’ve taken stands. One was Carmelo Bucca an interesting man on a spiritual mission. I liked him. The common ground we attending writers share is a belief we have to be here to connect. Will we be proven right?

© Mac Logan

Mac Logan lives near Edinburgh, Scotland, and is the author of The Angels’ Share thriller series. You can see Mac talking about his writing.

The Angels’ Share and DarkArt, are available as are two back-stories Fumble and The First Battle. All are published by Fantastic Books Publishing.

Mac will soon be releasing series non-fiction books on the human aspects of work. Find out more here.

You can contact Mac here. Follow Mac on Twitter: @MacLogan_writes

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  1. Mac Logan

    I went to the whisky tasting. Isle of Arran malt. Excellent stuff. Golden, honeyed, a hint of fire and spice. It's distilled in Lochranza on Arran.

  2. Sandra Gore

    Books and whisky tasting – what could be better? Did you go? What did you taste?

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