Testing: Macedonia, Here I Come

This is by way of being a test of my ability to write a post from my Kobo, and an announcement. April 26-28, I’ll be in Macedonia for the launch of the Macedonian translation of Torrie and the Pirate-Queen and the “Days of Canadian Literature” Event. Very exciting. As it’s such a short stay, I’m not taking my computer, but I’d like to be able to update the blog. Writing this way is very clumsy, but it works. Sort of. Expect brief dispatches! Next, must figure out how to upload from camera-less tablet. Eight weeks to go…

Post-script, added from a real computer: Okay, aside from “to writersunion a post” and a lot of missing spaces, that was reasonably comprehensible. I’ve now edited it to make it more so. I am no good at this one-finger tablet typing. It would be better if the tablet could register my fingers, but half the time it can’t. Non-conductive skin? Anyway, onwards with my preparations.

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About KV Johansen

The author of Blackdog, The Leopard, The Lady, and the forthcoming Gods of Nabban, epic fantasies from Pyr, I also write for teens and children, including the "Torrie", "Warlocks of Talverdin", and "Cassandra Virus" series, and the "Pippin and Mabel" picture books, as well as a couple of short story collections and two works of adult literary criticism on the history of children's fantasy literature. I have a Master's degree in Mediaeval Studies, and read a lot of fantasy, science fiction, and history. Blog at thewildforest.wordpress.com
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