I had to re-record my interview with Rob Richardson of Express FM last week because a technical hitch unfortunately meant the original interview could not be transmitted. I didn't mind though. It's always good fun talking to Rob Richardson who also runs a very lively writing group and web site called Write Invite, which has some very exciting and rather unusual short story writing competitions.
My interview will be broadcast on Tuesday 6 July between 7pm and 8pm, on Express FM. I'm also due to be interviewed that morning on BBC Radio Solent, the Julian Clegg Breakfast Show, at 6.45 am. So from one end of the day to the other!
Meanwhile two of my crime novels have been chosen as Hot Holiday Reads on The Book Depository's web site. In Cold Daylight, a stand alone thriller, and the third Inspector Horton marine mystery crime novel, The Suffocating Sea, are being featured. The prices are good and The Book Depository offer FREE worldwide delivery. There is more information on my web site.
The new marine mystery police procedural novel is coming along quite nicely. I've written the first two chapters but it's early days yet and there's a great deal of research to do. After getting the idea for a novel and drafting a rough plot outline I like to start writing as soon as I can then continue to research as I go along.