Cold Christmas is something of a legend in east Hertfordshire. The mere mention of its name often provokes a nervous hush, even among those who have never been there. Click here to read more about it’s fascinating history…Read More
I once heard a proverb about a wise man who spends a decade writing his memoirs…Read More
Those lovely people, Debbie and Jon from Switch Dunmow (my local radio station), kindly invited me back on their show in February, to celebrate the launch of the second Antonia Hawkins novel, My Bloody Valentine…Read More
The Roving Eye Interviews Alastair Gunn. The last great book I read, the crime novel I would most like to have written, and what I’d like to be if not a writer (among other stuff)…Read More
I’ve been back to visit Switch Dunmow (my local radio station)!
This time I’m talking about my second Antonia Hawkins novel (My Bloody Valentine), and four great books by other crime authors. (Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge, The Boy That Never Was by Karen Perry, If I Should Die by Matthew Frank, and The Distance by Helen Giltrow).Read More
If you didn’t happen to catch my interview on Switch Dunmow in June 2014, you can listen to it here! We discuss my route into writing, and my tips on how aspiring authors can get started.Read More