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Offline Anna Faversham Reading
23 Jun 2016, 07:45 AM | Post: #151

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(19 Jun 2016 04:53 PM)Campbell Wrote: Wrote:  I've got debut author Robert Crouch on the blog today to talk about his new book, No Accident, which comes out tomorrow.

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(19 Jun 2016 10:40 AM)Kath Middleton Wrote: Wrote:  I have a guest on my blog today - author Jim Webster who was so busy writing his next novel he forgot to publicise the next book!

http://www.kathmiddletonbooks.com...
He's catching up  and makes interesting reading.

Why am I suddenly reading everyone's blog posts? Because I've just sent an interview off and, as usual, I'm doing the research afterwards.
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24 Jun 2016, 04:44 PM | Post: #153

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Here's the interview I did with Mersey Radio this week. I shan't say anymore, for tis truly horrible. Somebody get me drunk in September so I can forget the sound of my voice because in my head my voice sounds rather pleasant, not this high pitch, nasal-y pre-pubescent sounding Manc that appears to have taken my place!

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Offline Anna Faversham Reading
25 Jun 2016, 08:54 AM | Post: #154

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No, Matt, it sounds fine, you're better than he is. Don't tell him I said that. And you definitely don't sound pre-pubescent, quite manly, I thought. And remember - I never say or write anything I don't mean, not because I'm good but because my memory is hopeless, always has been.
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It's the usual Mersey Radio chaos, but overall not a bad interview at all (when Frank settles down!). And now we all know how to pronounce your surname! Big Grin
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Offline cecilia_writer Reading Murder by the Glass by Lynda Wilcox
25 Jun 2016, 12:27 PM | Post: #156

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I agree with Anna - Matt, you were much clearer than Frank. I had a bit of trouble with his accent but then I am not really used to Liverpool - one of my sisters-in-law is from Formby but she has lived in Scotland since the 1980s and her accent has moderated a lot!
Excellent interview!
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25 Jun 2016, 02:09 PM | Post: #157

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Thank you all Smile His random interview style really was confusing at times and it tripped me up a few times as I wasn't able to reply. I mentioned Terry Pratchett and he was off on his own, I was going to mention a list of others and I never got the chance haha!!
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I have an Author Chat with John Marrs on my blog today. I've enjoyed everything he's written and his new book, which I've had the opportunity to read and review, is up for pre-order at the moment.

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If you aren't bored enough with voting then the Bumpkinton Photo Competition is now open on my website Smile

Just pick your favourite and vote and the winner wins lots of prizes! Smile

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