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An interview with me on writing and A is for Angelica

Iain Broome
Iain Broome
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A couple of weeks ago, Tom Gillespie got in touch to tell me he’d chosen A is for Angelica as one of his books of the year. In fact, he said it was his number one book of the year and asked me to answer a few questions for his blog. I sat my big smily face down and happily obliged.

I actually found his questions quite challenging and really enjoyed answering them. I talk about writing in general, but more specifically about the novel and some of the decisions I took. You can read the interview over at Tom’s blog.

And you can find out more about A is for Angelica right here on my website.

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