Today’s stop on the blog tour is over on the newly revamped blog of writer Neil Baker. Neil is an absolute gent and a very talented writer. He has given generously of his time to read and comment on my short stories prior to my subbing them and in doing so has helped me improve each and every one he has critiqued.
Neil quizzed me on the writing tools I use to get the job done. Check out the post here to find out all about my Bluebird, how Garageband helps me structure and polish my stories, and why sometimes even the floor is a valuable part of my process. Then leave a comment on the blog post or like the collection’s Facebook page to enter the draw for a signed copy of Looking Out of Broken Windows..
And don’t forget to catch up on any of the LOoBW Blog Tour links you might have missed:
- Monday 3rd March – we kick of today with Carys Bray interviewing me about how/why I started writing
- Thursday 6th March – Nik Perring hosts My Life in Short Fiction with me, Dan Powell
- Monday 10th March – my first editor and long time friend Jodi Cleghorn interviews me about the difference between crafting a collection and writing single stories
- Thursday 13th March – the beautiful and brilliant Bookcunt reviews the collection
- Saturday 15th March – The official lauch post on this here humble blog
- Monday 17th March – I pop round to Vanessa Gebbie’s blog to talk about the role that music plays in my writing process
- Thursday 20th March – Neil Baker interviews me on the tools with which I craft my stories
- Monday 24th March – I visit with Tania Hershman to talk about where I write
- Thursday 27th March – Sara Crowley interviews me about, amongst other things, my favourite type of biscuit
- Monday 31st March – and last, but certainly not least, I stop by Nuala Ní Chonchúir’s blog for a chat