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Two new books in the pipeline...

It's been rather a long time in the offing, but very pleased to announce that I will be working with Bloomsbury (publisher of the sex and the death books - did I not mention?) on not one but two new book projects, working with two of my favourite NGOs. The Wildlife Pond Handbook is going to be, well, a handbook about how to create SPECTACULAR oases for wildlife. There were a few books like this back in the nineties, but there isn't really anything recent that pulls together all the exciting new research into urban wildlife, sustainable urban drainage and all the latest unbelievable things we are coming to learn about the value of ponds to more than just frogs and dragonflies. This builds on

Bloomsbury Sigma - September eBook bonanza.

Those lovely people at Bloomsbury Sigma -publishers of a mind-warping range of excellent and exciting popular science books- are having a September sale. You can get eBook versions of all their books (including -COUGH- mine) for the wonderful price of £1.99 or £2.99. More info is here. In recent months, I've devoured some superb reads from this imprint including Vanessa Potter's Patient H69 (which my wife also loved) and Helen Pilcher's Bring Back The King plus the very brill Science and the City by Laurie Winkless. All of these books are by authors so clued-up and into their subjects that, well, they put me to shame. Brenna Hassett's Built on Bones is also really great - a perfect double-bi

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