I write a weekly column for Conde Nast Traveller and this week is about the rainforest of Guyana -- the setting for much of the novel.
More here http://www.cntraveller.com/recommended/culture/where-to-go-right-now
Also, I wanted to update everyone on Song's progress. As you might know, the book is already written but happily I have a few sessions with an excellent editor... and…
Song is fully funded. Pinch me. I can't quite believe it. Thank you to everyone for getting me to this point. I confess I'm as nervous as I am excited.
The view from here
This image is from a few years back when I was making a short film for the BBC on Guyana. I climbed to the top of a hill to capture the view above the rainforest canopy in Iwokrama. When I think back to that trip, I start…
80 percent! Thank you so much to everyone for their support. Unbound tell me that Song is their best performing book of fiction in terms of pace of pledging.
What a rollercoaster weekend it has been. Friday was unthinkable. Saturday, some solace.
It's Monday here (on the banks of the Ganges, in the foothills of the Himalayas) so I'll be refreshing my weekly column. This past week it was…
Happy New Year!
It's a month since Unbound launched Song and today we reached 60 percent of the target. Thank you to everyone for helping us reach this milestone.
My last column for Conde Nast Traveller -- 'Where I want to be right now' -- was one of reflection, wondering about what went right last year, what went wrong. And musing on plans, hopes and dreams. For me, so much of 2017 is about…
A big thank you to everybody who's pledged. It's not yet two weeks and we're nearly half-way there. THANK YOU.
I've had some press to help me on my way (thank you, Conde Nast Traveller).
And I'd be grateful if any of you might be willing to share the link: http://www.cntraveller.com/recommended/video/song-michelle-jana-chan
In case you might want to read some of my writing over the holidays…