The author signing copies of Spirit Worlds for awe-struck waitresses at the Rikki-Tikki-Tavi guesthouse and restaurant, Kampot. Trying to look cool in Panama and rolled-up long-sleeves shirt. Photo by John Fengler.
Reviewed on Thailand Footprints. “Spirit Worlds by Philip Coggan (John Beaufoy Publishing 2015) is a spirit catching and spirit explaining book which also catches the eye.” Saving this for putting between quote marks on the cover of the 2nd edition.
Dear reader, please visit Goodreads and Amazon and leave a review and a star or two – they say it helps.
Launched Spirit Worlds at Baraca cafe in Kampot today. Quite a nice turn-out, and a good q&a session and some interesting people to get to know. Many thanks to John Fengler who took the photo, to Elke and the rest of the folk at Baraca, and to all who so kindly turned up and listened and even bought copies!
Paul Kelly at the final-night street concert at the Kampot Writers and Readers Festival. A truly great four days.
Review of “Spirit Worlds” in the Phnom Penh Post.Book launch 8 November at the Kampot Writers and Readers Festival (click link for program of the festival), midday, Baraca restaurant, Kampot.
The very first Kampot Writers’ & Readers’ Festival will be held 5-8 November.
In Kampot, of course.
Spirit Worlds will be launched there, plus plenty of other good things. (The link is to Amazon UK, which always shows up first on google, God knows why).
The program will be out on 15 October.
Follow updates on Facebook.
As of today, 2,000 people have been invited, 1,400 have said they’re going, and the remainder are checking accommodation. (Moral: don’t believe everything you read on Facebook).