Do you have a favourite time of day to write?
I’ll write anytime, anyplace, as long as there isn’t too much noise.
What is the best thing about being an author? And the flipside – what is the worst?
The best thing is being lost in an imaginary world with people of my own creation, the worst thing is having to make bad things happen to my imaginary friends.
Is social media an essential chore or something you enjoy? Which forum do you prefer?
I love Instagram, I like to see other perspectives and views of the world – it provides a great window, especially if I’m writing on my own all day.
If you weren’t an author, what would you be up to?
I’ve not really dreamed of being anything else, so if I wasn’t an author I’d be trying to become one!
It’s the last day and the earth is facing oblivion – what book would you read?
Circle of Friends by Maeve Binchy. I would hope to recapture the sense of belonging and the warm glow the book gave the young me.
Please tell us what you are working on or your latest published work.
I’m currently editing my second novel, set in England during and just after World War 1. My debut novel The Lido Girls is available now and is on promotion to 99 cents for just a few more days from all retailers.
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