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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Angela Savage Reflects

Angela Savage has managed to overcome the blow of failing to pick up the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Crime Novel with Behind the Night Bazaar. In fact, she has turned things around with a magnificently choreographed piece of basking in the reflected glory of two winners by posing, rose-between-two-thorns-style with Adrian Hyland and Garry Disher. Angela has posted the photo on her blog for all to admire. Very nicely done, Angela.

One wonders what happened to the photos Angela had taken with Michael Robotham and Jaclyn Moriaty, Richard Flanagan and Laurent Boulanger, Barry Maitland and Adrian Hyland, etc, etc.

In an earlier post on her blog, Angela has promised to maintain her blog but will cut back her posts in favour of her next novel. That will be fine Angela because we all want to know what Jayne Keeney has been up to this past year.

1 comment:

Angela Savage said...

Hi Damien,
I've been meaning to drop by for ages and say thanks for the post on my bid for reflected glory. Given the photo, I couldn't resist! In my defence, I did warn Adrian and Garry that I was going to do it.
I'm making plans to spend some time back in SE Asia next year to research the next Jayne Keeney book or two. Will keep you posted.
Warm regards,
Angela