Thursday, February 28, 2008

A Tie-In Post

This post connects to a forthcoming post which will appear here about sense of place in fiction.


Me (at the ripe, old age of 18) with an East German Border Guard



The Berlin Wall, after the fall



Rio Fortuna Waterfall, Costa Rica



Rice Fields in Bali, Indonesia



Not the first time I've held hands with a monkey...



The monkey temple in Bali, Indonesia



Sunset in Tunisia



Along the BC coast, north of Vancouver



The beautiful BC coast



The sunset from my apartment in New West, over Coquitlam



Bonus points if you recognize this place...



Vancouver, from Stanley Park


At Stanley Park



The walking tails from Rocky Point Park (which are in THE FRAILTY OF FLESH, the follow-up to WHAT BURNS WITHIN, due out in November.



The walking trails from Rocky Point Park


Now, for some amusement with setting, check out Have You Ever Been To Scotland, Dag? and while you're there, congratulate Russel on his book deal with Five Leaves. From Publishers Marketplace:

Russel McLean's THE GOOD SON, introducing a troubled Scots PI, who is dragged into a world of lies, violence, long-held secrets, and murky criminal double-crosses while investigating an apparent suicide, to Ross Bradshaw at Five Leaves, for publication in Winter 2008/2009, by Allan Guthrie at Jenny Brown Associates.

Can you tell I'm excited about this one? This means an excellent book to look forward to this fall... along with THE FRAILTY OF FLESH, of course, but I'm more excited about Russel's book because I haven't read it yet.

This just in: Brian's review of CRIMSON ORGY is now online. He makes me want to read it.

4 comments:

Lyman said...

Was the Mining Museum used as a locale for the X-files? If it wasn't, the building they DID use was strikingly similar.

Sandra Ruttan said...

Hurrah Lyman! Someone finally got it!

Vincent said...

Seeing all those pictures makes me want to go travelling.

James Goodman-Horror Writer said...

Oh, those are some outstanding pictures, Sandra. Thanks for sharing. :D