I am in Amsterdam. I have a crush on this city. It has canals and kittens and art and pretty, pretty architecture! I wish I had more time to spend here, and I feel I simply must return when it is slightly warmer.
I have been here courtesy of my lovely Dutch publisher, De Bezige Bij. They have my gorgeous Dutch cover all over the place:
Including on the street, which is both bizarre and delightful:
(Am not certain what the pile of dirt was about. It adds to the surreality of it all.)
Headed back to Boston tomorrow but have had a splendid time here & I believe I am done with travelling for 2011 once I’m home, so I will hopefully be able to catch up with blogging and email replies and everything else that’s been neglected during the whirlwind of the tour.
Also, I have lost all concept of time. Am hoping I’ll re-adjust once I’m in one place for a while.
kyle cassidy · November 17, 2011 at 4:43 pm
so awesome. what a joy it’s been following all of this.
Gabriel Fitzpatrick · November 17, 2011 at 5:25 pm
I think I’m in love with your cover designer. Is it the same person for each release, or are you/your publishers somehow finding amazing local talent everywhere you go?
Marcheline · November 18, 2011 at 12:40 am
So glad you are enjoying the whirlwind! Am currently on disc 7 of the circus on CD. Friedrich Thiessen enjoying the circus is you, enjoying Sleep No More. Chandresh Christophe Lefevre’s two-townhouse mansion is a-la Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter. N’est-ces pas?
P.S. When I was listening to the Harry Potter series on CD (for the hundredth time or so), I noticed that Jim Dale pronounced the word “pattern” like “pattin” (when Dumbledore borrows the knitting magazine from Slughorn’s bathroom). I have now noticed that you use the word “pattern” many times in your novel, because I am listening to Jim Dale say “pattin”. A lot. Which makes me giggle. 😎
Rosemary · November 19, 2011 at 9:29 am
Just lovely cover! Hope you continue to enjoy your travels.
In honor of The Night Circus, I created these ceramic pieces:
A teapot and a single cup are all I have completed so far, but there will be four more cups to come.
My friends at the small bookstore in town suggested that I send you a link to the photos.
Loved the book and I look forward to reading more from you! 🙂
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