Simon Toyne at the Oundle Festival of Literature

I almost missed it because I didn’t realise it was on, but Simon Toyne (who I’ve been a big fan of since getting my hands on a pre-publication copy of his debut novel, Sanctus) was in Oundle this evening, being interviewed by his old RE teacher, Sandra Samwell.

But I didn’t miss it!

And it was great to meet Simon again afterwards. His latest novel, Solomon Creed was out in hardback late last year, and I believe the paperback is due out in June.






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