All done

It’s great now to have Wilder Wales as a book, rather than just a pdf. We have a publication date too, of March 2015. That means that it will have taken three years to get from proposal to bookshop. I posted the pitch to Graffeg on the way to what was a marvellous weekend in Portmeirion (the warmest March weekend on record). We now have a few digital print copies and the ‘proper’ print is happening any time soon – see Graffeg’s pre-order page here.

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