Thanks for the link to Ian's article. I had read some of it before, but had a look at it again. Makes for some great advice. Also make me realise how fortunate I am to have made it this far. Thanks again for the link and good luck with your editing.
It looks like we'll be going for an August release next year for Interrogated. Definately can't wait to walk into the local bookshop and see it on the shelf. I'm also relatively new to the business and was fortunate enough to get picked up fairly quickly. Still lots to learn.
I'm guessing we'll be bumping into each other from time to time. Look forward to it. Thanks again.
I've been in Oregon for 14 years now, after 20 in Southern California, and I love it. Even sitting here looking out a a mixture of fog and rain, I love it. Here in Eugene we get 5 months of spring, my favourite season. We're 80 miles from miles of deserted beaches (OK, so you need a wetsuit) and 80 miles from the mountains, and in spite of the abominable clear-cutting, there's forest everywhere. We get top classical artists visiting (eg Yoyo Ma) yet it takes only ten minutes to get home from a symphony concert, 15 from a univ. concert. 20 minutes from the city centre you can buy your produce direct from the farm. I grow apples cherries blackberries blueberries raspberries strawberries rhubarb redcurrants blackcurrants, plums---well, I could go on rhapsodising forever. Next time you come to the US, visit the beautiful Northwest!
I can almost see you walking through those dank, fog shrouded streets. As yousay, the Ripper stillholds a fascination for so many people around the world, mostly I think because he is stil unidentified. Glad you anjoyed the video trailer, and look forward to hearing from you again.
Loved your author-to-author entry - obviously, seeing I was the other author.
It was great to meet you and your gorgeous partner.
Really wish I got the Didge player to take a photo of us all.
I have, however, uploaded a couple of pics from our Sydney trip onto my page - including the hijacked LNG tanker, I mean giant car carrier hanging around Fort Denison.
I really really enjoyed Sensitive New Age Spy but - while I was reading it that week in Sydney - I kept expecting at every corner we turned, to bump into Alby or some of the action that was going on in the book. Sign of a good writer when your reader gets your story confused with real life.
We will be chatting with a few of the Sisters in Crime tomorrow night about 'our' grand idea for promotion...Stay tuned.
Thanks for the great site! It's affirmation of everything I've learned over the last six years. A little depressing, but it helps to know what one is up against and know that others face the same precipice!
Indonesia truly is one of my favorite places on the planet. I haven't been for about four years, it's about time I got back there. The next book in my series - out in the fall - is set in Indonesia.