Saturday, 2 October 2010

HIT THE NORTH!... Paul Brazill interviews little old me...

My latest interview is up over on prolific writer, Paul Brazill's blog, You Would Say That, Wouldn't You? It's part of his popular 'HIT THE NORTH!' series, whereby he speaks with writers from the north of England.

I chat about my crime novel, living in Manchester, and co-editing ezine Thrillers, Killers 'n' Chillers.

If you fancy a nosey, just click the here.

Regards,
Col

Ps. The photo is of the Beetham Tower in Manchester city centre.

11 comments:

Lily Childs said...

Splendid interview, well worth a peek.

Lee Hughes said...

He's a proper interviewee now, it's part of his comfort zone, could tell, he used loads of bigs words with confidence.

Seriously, great interview feller.

Paul D. Brazill said...

Nice to get you over there a at last.

Alan Griffiths said...

Just left a comment over there Col - it's a great interview and good to get some inside info on your novel.

Wishing you all the best with it and all your other stuff.

Cheers.

David Barber said...

Well done, mate. Something you're going to have to ghet used to. ;-)

Matt Hilton said...

Congrats, Col, and thanks for the shout as well. De nada, mate.

Sean Patrick Reardon said...

Col- I wish I could read it, but PD website looks like it may have changed recently, and now I cannot gat any futher than home page and it just hangs without loading the content. Might be my outdated Internet explorer version. I'm trying to find some way to read it.

Col Bury said...

Lil, thanks.

Lee, :)

Paul, My pleasure, bud.

Al, as ever, cheers, mate.

Dave, Not counting me chickens just yet, but ta' anyway.

Matt, I speaketh the truth.

Col Bury said...

Oh, sh*t, soz, Sean!
Try again, bud. I had some probs on Paul's site, but he said he'd 'cleaned it up'.

Sean Patrick Reardon said...

Col,

Finally got to Paul's blog by sneaking on the missus' PC, for whatever reason, my laptop isn't loading the the content. Hi spage has always been slow but..This sucks as his blog is a must read for me. Anyway, great answers and I can relate to the ones about finding time to write. 9 PM to 1 AM is the only time I can squeeze it in, but you gots to do what you gots to do. Your novel sounds like a real winner and it was great to hear a bit about it. Best of luck!

Col Bury said...

Sean,
Thanks very much for your kind words, mate. It's an exciting, yet surreal time... awaiting the outcome...

Paul's blog is okay for me now as he's dropped some of his heavy downloads, so I hope you'll find it more accessible now.

Regards,
Col