The Memory Code in Czech (and a new tag)

I am delighted to announce that The Memory Code is now available in Czech – alongside the English and Chinese editions. Click on the image for the link to this site where there are more details. If I could read Czech I could tell you more.

I eagerly await the day when I will hold a copy in my hand.

I also look forward to being able to get a good resolution on the cover image. All good fun.

Oh, and my publisher has started referring to me as The Memory Whisperer. She is referring to the role I play in the next book, due out in 2019. I wonder if that will stick!

We still don’t have a title for the new book even though it is written and in the editing and production phase. Things move slowly in publishing.

 

 

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Author: lynne

I am an Honorary Researcher at LaTrobe University. I am the author of 19 books, the most recent being 'Spiders: learning to love them' (Allen & Unwin), 'Knowledge and Power in Prehistoric Societies' (Cambridge University Press, 'The Memory Code' (Allen & Unwin, AUS; Pegasus Books, US and Atlantic Books, UK), 'Memory Craft' (Allen & Unwin, AUS; Pegasus Books, US) [and foreign translations, audio versions and so on]. My latest book is co-authored by Margo Neale. 'Songlines: the power and promise' and published by Thames & Hudson with the National Museum of Australia.

7 thoughts on “The Memory Code in Czech (and a new tag)”

  1. please update your blog, your life is interesting, and I am curious about your continued use of memory systems in your daily life.

    1. Hi Steven,

      I absolutely MUST update the blog. Life just got too busy with the new book and a serious health issue within the family. But all is calmer now. I shall blog again.

      sincerely,

      Lynne

    2. Done! Thank you for the push, Steven. I really appreciate your interest. I shall try and blog regularly now that “Memory Craft” is edited and my publisher is ready to pass it on for type setting. It’s been a long haul.

  2. That’s great – I am happy your book gets published in Czech. And surprised, since ours is a small market. I wrote the first positive review, hopefully it’ll attrack more readers 🙂

    1. Thank you so much. Is the review in Czech?

      If you wish, please write via email and I will send a book to you in Czech so you can let me know what you think of the translation. I don’t know when my author copies get here, but I would be pleased to send one on in appreciation when they do.

      Lynne @ lynnekelly.com.au without the spaces.

      Thank you again.

      Lynne

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