An Empty Coast

An Empty Coast
My latest novel

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Shameless, shameless, shameless!

Like I said, what's the point in having a blog if you don't use it for shameless self promotion?

Here's another review of THE DELTA, this time from the very astute Mr Jeff Popple of the Canberra Times (oh, and Jeff, if you think this one was a bit long, wait until you see Novel Number 8 - it's about 60,000 words longer than THE DELTA. Yikes!)


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8 comments :

Louise said...

I like a long book personally. It feels like better value for money.
Hope you had fun on Friday.

Grahame said...
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ali g said...

Thanks.
have to fork out $6 for a new scrap book now

dozycow said...

It must be good for you to see so many (well deserved) great reviews on The Delta.
I didn't think it was too long at all - it was an engrossing tale & seemed to come to an end all too quickly....

RobertLW said...

When it comes to Mr Park, length is not an issue. Make of that what you will!

I'm just delighted it selling so well for you, TP, and it's not even close to Father's Day yet! It will walk off the bookselves (especially for the Big W special and with the continued airplay of your TV ad)when people seriously look for Father's Day gifts.

I'm just so sorry that the lion on the cover had to be (pictorially) castrated for sensitive sensibilities. There's some sort of reverse link between a lion with no family jewels and Father's Day, but i can't quite put it together. TP, you're the writer; you put it togther!

Anonymous said...

With the main character having the name of Kurtz, this novel must be the modern day version of Hearts of Darkness!

tonypark said...

"The horror, Anonymous... the horror."

Anonymous said...

Hi Tony,

Really enjoyed your talk and meeting you at Narellan Library. Please keep your fabulous books coming - I know what you mean about Africa being an addiction. Personally I am not interested in reading much else except stories set in Africa.

Karen