Joan Edwards won the free book for commenting on my appearance at Melanie Robertson-King’s blog, Celtic Connexions. She chose Striking Back from Down Under, which should give her 26 enjoyable reading sessions. While I am writing to you, do take … Continue reading
This is a reminder: currently I am featured on Melanie Robertson-King’s blog, and would welcome comments. As usual, I am offering a free e-book to one commenter, and also,I reckon my answers to her questions are entertaining. At the same … Continue reading
Well, virtually anyway. On April 24, Melanie Robertson-King is releasing an interview she was gracious enough to organise, in which I hope to entertain you. Please visit her blog, Celtic Connexions, and see what you can see. As usual, I’ll … Continue reading
Please have a look at a report in Mountain Views Mail concerning my just-published book, From Depression to Contentment: A self-therapy guide.
While this chat with a nice young lady is in part about Hit and Run, her insightful questions had us touch on many topics. Anyone commenting will be rewarded with a warm glow of satisfaction, guaranteed. Everyone wins! You can … Continue reading
Yes, he can! Well, I can, and I have. Even if you have read all my interviews over the past few months, I reckon you’ll find this one entertaining and amusing. And if you haven’t, then even more so. Please … Continue reading
Rita interviewed me soon before Guardian Angel was published. To celebrate the release of Hit and Run, we had another conversation at her blog. Only, Rita has the bad habit of keeping a guest author visible for only one week. … Continue reading
As I promised in my just-out September issue of Bobbing Around, Rita Chapman is interviewing me at her blog. The interview went live now, and will stay there for a week, so pop over and have a few laughs.
I am delighted to let you know that Lynda Dickson of Books Direct has interviewed me. If I say so myself, my answers are pretty good, and even old friends might find some of them illuminating. One commenter will get … Continue reading
Mary Tod is a high-profile historical writer, who does a very informative annual survey of readers, and has interviewed several famous writers. I consider it an honour that she has interviewed me, too. Given the focus on historical writing, the … Continue reading