Today I’m welcoming into the first draft hotseat crime writer Harry Bingham. And in Harry’s own words; The twenty-five word bio: Forty-something. Married. British. Kids. Living in Oxfordshire. Runs The Writers’ Workshop. Used to be a banker. Now a full-time writer. Likes rock-climbing, walking, swimming. Done. When you decide to write something new, what is the first […]
Fight The Fear And Ask Anyway
Yesterday I went to my local library to pick up a couple of books, because I obviously don’t have enough on my bookcase or Kindle or on NetGalley waiting for me, I’m ordering them from my library as well! Anyway I pottered in with the simple intention of collecting what was waiting. I had the […]
What It's Like Writing Crime Fiction As A Serving Detective Constable
This is another in the bite-sized interviews I started a couple of weeks ago with Mel Sherratt. The bite-sized interviews are a chance to drill down into one aspect of an authors work. Today I’m really pleased to be able to have Lisa Cutts on the blog discussing what it’s like working as a serving […]
Are You Watching Enough Television?
Apologies for the lateness of this blog post. As some of you may already know, my daughter was admitted to hospital on Friday night and is still there, so I am not prepared with posts as I usually am. I have a little time before visiting hours start and have wanted to write this post […]
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