Massive radio fan as I am, it was a great to be asked to record an interview with Geoff Carter of UK Talk Radio. He asked me how I got started as a writer, where that led, and about my debut novel, The Chicken Soup Murder.Continue reading “UK Talk Radio”
I like solitude. Even before I needed peace for writing (though, come to think of it, I’ve managed to work with the sound of sanding and drilling going on for the past few years) I liked being on my own: to hear my own thoughts and observe the world and dream, not having to talk (except to myself) or be derailed by someone else’s thought train.
And then you take yourself and your work out in public …
The sad coda to the story of Trish’s novel in my blog post ‘News: people are kind’ is that she really didn’t have very much time. She passed away on the 9th of March 2017 just as her novel came into being. Continue reading “Trish’s novel lives as author passes away”
Sometimes we think we don’t know how to help – and sometimes we think we do. Continue reading “News: people are kind”