My next project - currently with my publisher and slated for an autumn release - was inspired by this viaduct close to my house. I used creative license to uproot it and place it further into town, where I needed it.
I spent many happy hours playing beneath this viaduct as a kid, and I still walk down that way with my own kids. It's an impressive structure, built in 1908, and makes a great echo when you shout beneath it.
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In March this year I was featured on my publisher's blog here. The original interview took place about a year before, so some of my answers mention things that have already happened. The answer I gave about looking back at older projects turned into the That Sadie Thing collection.
Since I was published in 2012, Vagabondage Press have restructured, and are now known as Battered Suitcase Press.
As this is a new site, I thought I'd help you get to know a little bit about me by linking to a few interviews/guest blog posts I've done over the last couple of years - not all at once, one at a time, so you have to keep coming back :-)
In March 2012, I visited M Pax's Wistful Nebulae blog and wrote about where I get my inspiration from. (If you're interested in knowing more about M Pax, her new site is here.)
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If you found yourself here by accident, hello! I've been a published writer since 1994, but in 2011 I found a publisher for my novella Cat and The Dreamer. On this site you will find all the latest info about me and my books.