However, some nice people did help out, and I think you should check out their work to help me say thanks.
Props to my lovely retweeters:
– Kirsty Wilkinson is an Edinburgh-based genealogist. She runs her own business called My Ain Folk, and if you are looking to find out about your family tree, she can almost certainly help. Her blog, The Professional Descendant, covers all kinds of information about genealogy and family history, and of course you can also follow her on twitter.
– Emma Livingstone is studying for an MA in publishing at the University of the Arts in London. She blogs about publishing, arts, music and culture here, and you can also follow her on twitter. And if you’re good, maybe one day she’ll help you get your book published…
– Sam Kurd is a writer and philosopher who reviews sci-fi and fantasy games, books and telly for places like Den of Geek, Sci-Fi Heaven and Cirque Des Geeks. He has also recently started work on a film script. Follow him on the twitter too.
And thanks to the people who helped me get from 85 to a more respectable 97 – Rab, Ian, Rachel, Juliet (aka The Crafty Green Poet), Bob, Alastair (overlord of STV Local North Edinburgh and Greener Leith), Emily (Jewellery Designer), Caro, Ellen (St Andrews Uni DoSDA contender 2011/12) and Cougar. If any of you want any links publicizing, let me know!
I appreciate that Facebook is deeply annoying in a lot of respects, but social networking feels like a pretty crucial part of getting this project into the public domain and that makes it a necessary evil. So please keep liking the 12 Books page and spreading the word through the power of stalkerfeed! Books 4-12 will thank you!