I was fortunate enough to be called into an interview with the charismatic Paul Stone who works for Radio Reverb in Brighton. The interview was about an hour long and the main subject was my novel, Just Two Weeks. Especially selected music to match the mood of my novel was played in between sections and we talked about this and that while the music ran its course. To be honest it was less like an interview and more like a chat. We broached other subjects including this blog, my disability, what inspires me to write, whether or not I am a bohemian. Oh yes. I did a reading from my novel too! His colleague intercepted occasionally to put across his views of blogs and life in general, and to introduce the next interview with the band Red Diesel. And the entire interview took place while a large dog who had initially jumped up top greet me, slept peacefully at my feet.
I was sorry when the time was up.
As he says – sit back with a glass of wine/cup of coffee/tea and have a listen….
P.S. Because Molly our cat was mentioned I gave the interview her picture.
I said my next post would be about the inspiration for my novel Just Two Weeks. Well true to my word here it is. I will start off by saying it was a visit to Sri Lanka which inspired me. Raven Reviews offered me a guest post about the inspiration for my book. They posted it on their blog and included some excellent photos which really depict my words well. You can read it here.
Interview about my new psychological thriller Just Two Weeks
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In your own words, please describe your book.
Just Two Weeks is about a revenge stalker that the protagonist meets quite unexpectantly on holiday and the terrible consequences that this seemingly innocent encounter brings.
What genre/genres does your book fall under? It is a suspense/psychological thriller.
Is this book part of a series? No
What was the inspiration behind your book? A holiday in Sri Lanka where Part 1 of the book is set.
What led you into writing? Was it a lifelong ambition, or the result of some type of turning point in your life? I’ve always written poetry and short stories but when I had to give up work due to an injury, I went back to university and studied for a MA in Creative Writing. Then the bug took hold.
So far, what has been the greatest moment in your writing career? There have been two: An…
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