It’s March. In two weeks my debut collection of short fiction begins to make its own way in the world. Which means it’s time for a blog tour. This month I will be visiting the blogs of some lovely writers to provide answers to highly intelligent interview questions, to inject guest posts into their feeds or to be reviewed.

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As it stands right now the schedule looks like this:

Each stop will feature an exclusive book trailer featuring a reading from one of the 27 stories included in Looking Out of Broken Windows, so be sure to check out each stop to get a flavour of the collection as a whole.

Finally, during the blog tour, I will be giving away a copy of the Looking Out of Broken Windows to one lucky reader which I will post anywhere in the world. To win the copy of the book leave a comment on any of these LOoBW blog tour posts appearing across the internet during March 2014. The names of all commenters will be taken from all the post and put in the hat for the draw, which will take place on April 6th.

I hope you’ll join me as I do the rounds.

To get things started, today I’m over on Carys Bray’s blog talking about how I got started writing the short stories that found their way into my debut collection. Carys is the author of the brilliant, Scott Prize winning collection of short fiction, Sweet Home, and her debut novel, A Song for Issy Bradley, is out later this year.

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