Alexandra Amor of the It's A Mystery Podcast kindly invited me over this week to have a chat about where my writing journey started, how I write, and what I might have lined up next project-wise.
You can watch the podcast below, or head over to Alexandra's Mysteries With Character blog here to read the transcript.
That's right, two subjects you wouldn't normally expect to see in the same headline, but thanks to Craig over at the 9mm blog, I had a chance to chat with him about all things crime thriller fiction and Australia recently. Including why I want to be like Helen Mirren when I grow up...
You can read the full interview HERE.
This week, I hopped over to CRIMINALLY GOOD, a fabulous crime fiction resource curated by Lucy V. Hay - author, script editor and producer.
I've been a huge fan of Lucy's work for a while now, so it was an honour to join her at her blog.
We had a chat about how my story ideas evolve, what got me reading crime fiction, and which crime fiction book I wish I'd written.
All is revealed HERE.
I recently wrote an article for the Alliance of Independent Authors' blog about what you can do to prepare, participate, and... erm... can't think of another "p" word... survive your first radio interview or podcast.
I don't think it matters what you do in life, whether you're a writer or have an interesting job or hobby that appeals to other people - the thought of a live interview can fill you with dread. Hopefully these tips will help. Head over to the original blog post HERE.
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