It’s been 27(!) years since I was in England, but I vowed “I shall return” and will be wading ashore in mid October.
As some of you know, I’m writing a book for the True Stella Awards about the loss of common sense in our civil courts, and I think there’s no better way to see how our court system got started than to visit the place where Anglo Saxon Common Law began.
I haven’t set my itinerary yet, but I’ll mostly be in London where I’ll be sitting down over a pint with local solicitors and others involved in their developing lawsuit craze to chat about things in the cradle of the western legal system.
While in London I hope to do my first overseas Reader Gathering. As I get my dates nailed down I will announce when and where. True will of course continue as usual. In fact, I hope to write a special British Edition once I get hold of the local papers! 🙂
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I indeed was able to produce an all-British-story edition out of newspapers from that trip, and have a Reader Gathering. Satisfactory!