Steven Hague's Blog – September 2008 Archive (5)

Weekly Blog - Monday 29th September

Last week I had the pleasure of attending my first ever book signing event, which occurred at the Norwich branch of ASDA supermarket on Saturday 27th September. Special thanks go to some of the staff at Asda for helping to make this happen: Ron Drewry, for flagging the fact that I was a local author to the branch manager in the first instance, Jo Mackenzie, for making sure that everything ran smoothly on the day, the irrepressible Big Rob, who acted as my ‘hype man’ by drumming up lots of… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on September 29, 2008 at 8:00am — No Comments

Weekly Blog - Monday 22nd September

I’ll keep this week’s blog on the brief side as I’ve got a large turf laying operation on the go in my back garden, plus there’s what promises to be a very exciting finale to the Ryder Cup coming up later today!



Work on ‘The Beholder’ continues apace, as I sailed through the 50,000 word mark at the end of last week. In theory, this puts me at somewhere around the half way point for the first draft, although I’ve got a feeling that this novel may turn out to be slightly longer than my… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on September 22, 2008 at 7:08pm — No Comments

Weekly Blog - Monday 15th September

Local Fame Beckons?



This week’s blog comes to you a bit earlier than usual, as my talented web maven Chris is off on her hols for a well-earned break, no doubt happy to be free of my daily e-mails asking her for another ‘minor update’ for the site! This also means that the blog is shorter than some of the novellas I’ve been posting recently, as at the time of writing I’m only halfway through the week.



Anyway, to business. Wednesday 10th September saw the publication… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on September 15, 2008 at 7:19pm — No Comments

Weekly Blog - Monday 8th September

Sightings and Signings



Last week saw the release of the long awaited (by me, at least) October edition of Arena magazine, in which I was featured as one of the six best new thriller writers in the UK today. Each writer got a full page spread in the magazine, comprised of a professional photograph alongside a Q&A. The brief for the Q&A was to be punchy, pithy, and funny, so the pressure was on to come up with some comedy gold.



Prior to the magazine’s release… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on September 8, 2008 at 8:12pm — 2 Comments

Weekly Blog - Monday 1st September

Press and Taxes



Last week was all about press and taxes. The press angle came from an interview I had with Keiron Pim, the literary editor of my local newspaper, the Eastern Daily Press (EDP). The interview went very well, with Keiron proving to be a really nice guy, and I got to tell him all about Justice For All, along with my background as a born and bred Norwich lad. An EDP photographer will visit my house next week to take some shots of yours truly to go alongside the… Continue

Added by Steven Hague on September 1, 2008 at 10:00pm — No Comments

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