The Bone Dragon gets full review in the Guardian!

Many, many updates to the blog coming soon but just because I can’t bear to wait…

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/oct/19/bone-dragon-alexia-casale-review

Such a wonderful review from Linda Buckley-Archer.

And coming on the heels of the terrific, thoughtful review by the lovely CJ Busby: http://awfullybigreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/the-bone-dragon-by-alexia-casale.html

So energised to write now. Can’t wait for tomorrow when I get to dive into Chapter 2 on Book 3!

Want to know more? I’ll be at Bookstock tonight (http://www.northlondonreadinggroup.co.uk/bookstock.php) – a few tickets left if you’re interested.

3 comments

  1. Wow, that’s such a fantastic review! In such a public place too. That’s brilliant. It seems odd to say congratulations so long after it came out, but I’ve no other word suitable. So, congratulations! 🙂

    If that doesn’t make people go out and read it, nothing will.

    I can see it on a gcse set text list already. “The dragon is a metaphor for Evie’s emotional state, discuss”.

    Hope you’re well. I trust you’re busy with the lack of blogs lately- not complaining, just that I’ve noticed.

    I finally moved house! After 7 long months, I’m now living in the very rainy Biggleswade. The sun may shine here, but I’ve yet to see it. It’s so lovely to be living in a small town in the country and yet still commutable to London. Dare I say, I feel like a grown up?

    Let me know when you’re about for a coffee and a catch up.

    Fi xx

    Sent From my Mobile

  2. Great review. Many thanks for letting me attend your class in Harefield. Would appreciate that advice about submitting play synopsis, etc.

    Regards, Kay Shelley

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