Three excellent things have happened:
1. Hungary has won the global race to get Marry Me into the shops. Our friends at Athenaeum have published their edition already, under the title Elvehetlek feleségül? (Will You Marry Me?). And very nice it looks too, all in black:
2. The first review of the British edition has come in – and it’s a beauty. The Observer‘s Kate Kellaway is an early contender for our coveted Reviewer of the Year Award. In fact, this might just be the best review of anything ever. Normally we would pull out a quote or two, but this one is such a masterpiece that it seems wrong to chop it to bits. Read it here.
3. Magnificently, Aiden Moffatt has been filmed reading two of the stories from Rhodes’ new book. Here he is with Stick:
Aiden’s new record with Bill Wells is brilliant. You can buy it here.