The Launch of The Mile

I am delighted to be interviewing the very talented author, Craig Smith, about his very funny debut novel The Mile ( Pilrig Pressat its launch on  Thursday the 21st of November at Blackwell’s Book Shop, South Bridge, Edinburgh.

This event is ticketed, but tickets are FREE. Tickets are available from the front desk at Blackwell’s Bookshop or by phoning 0131 622 8218

“This is a much-needed injection of booze-soaked banter and comedy into the independence debate. Assured and heartwarming stuff.” Doug Johnstone

ps: the wonderful Ensign Ewart pub ( as featured in The Mile) has very kindly donated a bottle of  rare Century of Malts  to be enjoyed by all at the launch. So why not help celebrate the launch with a rare a wee nip 🙂


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4 Responses to The Launch of The Mile

  1. John Gray says:

    Great news Marianne
    I will be there first in the queue. Can I bring my own Quaich? By the way… I will buy Craig Smiths book as well:) I am very much looking forward to reading it. BTW When are you bringing out the sequel to The Food of Ghosts, I really loved the story and the Pacific island setting.

  2. Ruth F. Hunt says:

    Hi Marianne,
    I really enjoyed The Mile and was glad when Craig answered a few questions for my blog. I hope the launch goes well, and congratulations to Craig!
    Wish I could be there…

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