I don’t enjoy writing the first draft. For me, it’s like drawing teeth––getting the plot down on paper. The broad, necessary brush of a watercolor wash before the magic starts with draft two.
I don’t own an iPod. I listen to all sorts of music, ranging from Clannad and Kate Bush, Genesis, and Fleetwood Mac, The Clash, The Stones, Blondie, Rachmaninoff, Siouxie, and the Banshees––anything with energy or mood. I can’t stand Pop Idol.
I have some terrific ARC readers in my VIP Lounge Newsletter. They are the best guys––I’m always looking for more ARC reviewers for my ongoing series.
A History of the SAS. Having served in the British Army during the 1980s, I enjoy reading about Special Forces, as well as history books, both ancient and modern.
Back in the 1990s, while hauling trucks across the continent. I used to park up at night and visit the nearest pub. I’d sit in a dark corner like Strider, and watch people with a beer. That’s when the stories started coming.
The next volume in my epic fantasy series The Giants’ Dance follows right after Blood Feud’s cliffhanger conclusion. It will be available in December. It’s the second adventure with my new crew set in the Pseudo Norse/Oriental backdrop and will be followed by Shadow of the White Bear early next year.
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