-First up, here's my homepage: www.samenthoven.com. It's the central hub of my sinister ever-evolving internet empire, BWAHAHAHAHA! erm, sorry. There you'll find direct links to all the places on the web where I maintain a lurking presence. If you've got a profile or page on any of those sites yourself feel free to add me, send me messages (I try to check all the pages once a day) or simply take a look to see what I'm up to.
-Have you enjoyed My Name is O? Have you (ahem!) read my other books - Crawlers; Tim, Defender of the Earth and The Black Tattoo? [You have? That makes me very happy! :D] Well, would you like some ideas about what to read next? If so, my LibraryThing Profile could be a good place to look. There I've put together a list of FIVE HUNDRED FINE BOOKS – things that I've read and love that you might like, too. The list is constantly being tweaked and updated and it's a mish-mash of all sorts: novels, comics, biography, history, art, science, whatever. It's a personal selection of favourite things, with no artificial separations by subject matter or (woo!) so-called 'age appropriateness': the only criterion is, "Do I think it's fantastic?" The widget at the side of this page will pick something out for you at random, but on the profile page there are a bunch of different ways into the list – reviews, author cloud, etc [isn't LibraryThing awesome?] – as well, of course, as a link to the list itself. It's also another place where you can leave messages for me if you like. Be my guest!
-My ContactAnAuthor Page. Interested in me coming to talk at your school, bookshop or local library? I LOVE doing events and visits. If you're a teacher, librarian or bookseller check out my page at ContactAnAuthor here. And of course, if you're reading this and you're not a teacher, librarian or bookseller but you'd still like to see and hear me come and do my stuff, then please send your nearest teacher, librarian or bookseller to that page, too!
-Barrington Stoke. I wrote My Name is O especially for Barrington Stoke, hoping (but not knowing) they would publish it: the fact that they did makes me very happy! To find out more about Barrington Stoke and the amazing work they do, click here.