I’m still coming down after the high that was the weekend of THE book launch. Out of the Ruins is now properly on its way. It will get into as many hands as it will get into, be read by as many people as will read it. I’m putting it that way because, although Ward Wood Publishing and I will do all that we can to sell as many books as we can, really, there’s only so much we can do. That’s why I’m grateful to my friend and fellow Ward Wood writer, Colin Bell, for allowing me to join him on his blog today, here. This is the last of my planned blog visits (although I’m always happy to do more — hint hint). I love having these chances to sit and talk/think about what I do and why I do it. Today’s conversation gave me a chance to talk about music, it’s influence on my work and the role it plays in the new novel. I hope you’ll take a moment to take a look.
Thanks, Colin! And now, over to you…….
PS Colin’s own terrific novel about finding oneself in unexpected places in the ’60’s is called Stephen Dearsley’s Summer of Love and is available at Ward Wood, and the usual online sites. I do recommend it, and you can read my interview of Colin here.Stephen Dearsley