Tell us about your latest project
I have only released one book so far. The title is Always There. It’s a drama about a group of friends and their journey through a series of events that could change their lives forever.
What inspires you?
My greatest inspiration has been my son. I love to write and don’t feel as though I need much inspiration to get me started.
Would you still write if there was no financial need to, and if not what would you do instead?
I definitely don’t write for financial reasons. I write because I enjoy it. Yes it would be lovely to make millions like some authors have, but I know only a few have achieved it. I wouldn’t know what to do with myself if I didn’t write. I think I’d be lost!
Writing is obviously an important past time for you, when did you first know you wanted to be a writer?
I was fourteen when I first realised I wanted to be a writer but it remained a hobby for a long time. It was only a couple of years ago I decided I had to start taking my passion for writing more seriously.
What’s your perfect writing day like?
My perfect writing day is having an empty house so I can get carried away and not have to worry about what is going on around me. I like to get involved with my plots and characters and find it easier if I don’t have any interruptions.
You like to have an empty house, do you need it to be quiet then or just no distractions to write?
I like to have music playing in the background and definitely no other distractions.
Do you find the character’s, the plot or single scenes come to you first when you get a new idea?
I tend to start with a single scene and work around it building the plot and characters.
What are you planning on doing next/What else are you up to?
I am currently working on my next book, A Time To Let Go, which is another drama. I am hoping to have a go at writing in a different genre after this next drama. I don’t want to give too much away, but I do have some ideas!
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