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appearances
As usual, please call the venue to check times and dates before you set out just in case I am kidnapped by enraged badgers, eager to promote their dangerous monochrome agenda.

Updated 18th Mar 2021: Swindon, updated Dates, New Title for DS4


2021



April 19th 2021, 5:00PM Online Event
Wrexham Festival 2021. For all info go to: Wrexham Festival Website

May 3rd to 9th 2021, Online Event
Swindon Literary Festival 2021. For all info go to: Swindon Festival Website

July 2021: UK Paperback Publication The Constant Rabbit
Same as the hardback only smaller, more floppy and a few errors corrected. New cover.



Sept 2021: USA Paperback Publication The Constant Rabbit
A few events planned - if you want to be included, send me your details and I will pass them on..



Sept 2021: UK Hardback Publication The Great Troll War
4th and final episode in the Dragonslayer series, and it turned out rather well - find out how Jenny defeats the Trolls, and just what The Mighty Shandar is up to. Also features: Dragons, magic, the odious Sir Matt Grifflon, a heap of spoiled Princesses and a replica of the Chrysler Building just outside Exeter..






FUTURE ENGAGEMENTS



March 02031:   Asteroid belt and Saturn (technology permitting) More details TBA.
October 02042:   81-year-old Fforde talks to other members of old people's home: "I used to be a novelist, no really, I did. Is it lunchtime?" More details TBA.
July 02175:   Semi-lifelike cloned Ffordesque replicant to tour Gamma Quadrant in the Cygnus Cluster. More details TBA.
Setember 03431:   Much improved Fforde cloned back to life to face execution for sedition; all works consigned to erasure.
Janfebry 008910:   Last evidence of Fforde's books vanish forever with the removal of the 'Formerly Thursday Street' plaque from what is now W23-61 Rd in the conurbation known as EuroWest-79.
00012972:    Visiting archeologists from Thraal-7 discover incomplete copy of Well of Lost Plots from excavation in landfill. Deciphering takes seven hundred years and a further four hundred years of academic scrutiny before being accepted as historical fact.