Earlier this year, an article in The Spectator investigated a death. The death of murder. Crime rates are dropping, not just in Britain, but all over the world. A good
Is crime writing getting harder? Earlier this year, an article in The Spectator investigated the death of murder. Crime rates are dropping all over the world. A good thing, surely?
Catriona Troth, my colleague at Triskele Books, is the antithesis of the bang-out-a-book-a-year philosophy. Ghost Town was not an easy delivery. I followed the gestation of this book and couldn't
Alison and I 'met' on the happy occasion both our books were chosen as Editor's Choices in the first Bookseller Indie Author Preview. Turns out we have a lot in
Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened. Several years ago, I met a very special woman. Yesterday, I learned she had left us. So I'm posting my interview with her
I took the decision quite early in the publishing process to have different covers for my ebooks and paperbacks. And for the latter, I needed a fine artist. My inestimable
Fantasy? Don't like it. Not my kind of thing. Then I started reading some. And it turns out I do like fantasy after all. So I invited two authors whose
I stumbled across Simon Gough's The White Goddess: An Encounter earlier this year. It was one of those rare moments when you just know you've made a discovery. So today, I'm reblogging a