My Writing Process – Blog Tour
Suzie, who writes fun-packed romantic fiction, is the author of Going Underground and Little White Lies and Butterflies which was short listed for the Guardian's Not the Booker Prize in 2013. You can read all about Suzie here
Meanwhile, I've been asked some interesting questions as part of this blog tour, so here goes:
Later I began to read books such as Other People's Marriages byRosie Thomas and Erin Pizey's The Watershed and finally realised that these were the kind of novels I wanted to write.
I write because I want to and, now that I’ve had my debut novel published, I hope that more people will continue to read what I write. But if they didn’t, I would still write. It's a simple as that.
Peter was born in Guernsey and I was lucky enough to meet him at the first ever Guernsey Literary Festival where he read some haunting poems about his island home.
Meanwhile, Jack Barrow is known for his controversial views. Jack, wholives in Hertfordshire, England, writes about popular philosophy in modern life. He says: 'I have a particular interest in the way people are rejecting mainstream religion and creating their own philosophies from the bottom up. These ideas cannot really be described as theological in the way that western religions are and they seem closer to eastern mysticism, such as Buddhism or Zen, while being dressed up with symbolism drawn from folkloric sources.
Jack's first novel, The Hidden Masters and the Unspeakable Evil is now available worldwide after receiving excellent reviews in the UK. He is currently working on a travelogue, 'which is distracting me from working on the second novel about an end of the world religious cult, Morris Men practised in the martial arts and the accidental destruction of a literary festival...' Find out more about Jack on: