Symi Film Festival
The news from the Symi Film Festival now is: “SIFF have reached 150 films submitted. Normal deadline is 30th June and late (more expensive) is 15th July.”
In my news, I’ve started work on the next instalment of The Saddling story. You might have read The Saddling and even The Witchling, well, The Eastling is going to be the third part of the on-going mystical trials and tribulations of my invented, old-world community living in the past, yet in the present, in the wilds of Romney Marsh. It might be too late now, but if you’ve not read The Witchling, it’s on sale over the summer solstice for $0.99 on Kindle. All my books are free on Kindle Unlimited so you can always grab a read there. The reason it’s on offer at this time of year is because that’s when it’s set. The Saddling was winter solstice, The Witchling summer, and The Eastling is set over the autumn equinox. I’ve only managed a rough outline and a first chapter so far, so don’t start queueing at the online bookshops just yet.
And that’s my news for today, except to add that the weather has perked up a bit, the day boats have been coming and going, and life on Symi potters on in its usual quirky, warm fashion.