Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Interview and review

If you feel that the one thing you need to while away your lunch hour in peace is an interview with me, it's your lucky day; blogger and writer Donna Hole has provided you with just that, throwing in a review of The Dog of the North too.

If you are in the rather larger camp that neither knows nor cares where my next interview will pop up, Donna's blog has lots more entertaining material, and you need not stint yourself simply because you've already heard everything I have to say on the narrow and self-referential topic of the writer's journey.

6 comments:

Len Tyler said...

Thanks, Tim. A very interesting piece on your writing and a great review of Dog of the North.

Aliya Whiteley said...

Yes, very enjoyable interview - thanks for posting the link.

Alis said...

Nice piece - and great to hear Donna enthusing so vividly about a book I enjoyed just as much!

Ann Weisgarber said...

Well done, Tim. Your honesty about the ups and downs of your publishing process is refreshing.

Best of luck with historical fiction. I'm looking forward to the next Stretton novel.

Deborah Swift said...

That's a great post, and a lovely review. Can't wait to read your historical when it comes, Tim.

Ellie said...

Nice work, Tim! I am vey pleased to see this.