For me this is the equivalent of being stacked fifty deep in Tesco or Asda, which is something I’ve always fantasised about. All I have ever wanted is readers — this is the dispiriting aspect of writing poetry, and the shining opportunity of novels: there is the possibility of reaching real readers who might enjoy your work and inhabit the worlds you’ve made. It always helps when your work is extra affordable, so I’m thrilled to report this mahoosive though temporary discount. If you haven’t read Larchfield yet, this is the moment!

If a print book is more your thing, and you’re in or near Inverness, I will be talking about Larchfield and signing real world print copies at the Ness Book Festival on 4th October. The event happens at Waterstones Inverness, and is free! If you click the link below you will be taken to an eventbrite site, which is the gateway to a ticket…