Event – a virtual celebration

Sue Clark will be marking the publication of Note to Boy on 23 July with a virtual book launch, complete with imaginary twiglets and a choice of computer-generated cocktails. Organised in conjunction with the independent bookshop, Mostly Books of Abingdon – let’s hear it for indie bookshops! – the event will include a conversation between Sue and Paul Mayhew Archer, the comedy writer and co-writer of the Vicar of Dibley and, latterly, stand-up comedian. There’ll also be a short reading from the book and an opportunity for questions.

Sue says: ‘After waiting so long to write my first novel and get it out there, I’m certainly not going to allow its publication to go un-celebrated.’

You can join the event via the links below!

Make my day – write a review

Reviews are the lifeblood of new authors and a great way of introducing books to fresh audiences. Reviews don’t have to be long and erudite; they just have to be honest. So please, after you read the last lines of your next book, take a few minutes to compose a review and post it on Amazon, Goodreads or whatever platform you favour. I and writers everywhere will thank you!

Note to Boy on the air

Would you like to hear Sue Clark pontificate about comedy writing? Here she is in conversation with Stevyn Colgan and Paul Waters for their podcast We’d Like a Word. Also featured is the rom com queen Mary Jayne Baker, though as you will hear, she goes by several other names.