After years of “doing other things”, I have eased my way into writing novels. Novel writing is a strange process, full of twists, turns and tea. And wine. And talented Vermont Teddy Bears called Auguste. And snails, well, one Snail in particular.
I learnt about computers and electronics from a relatively tender age, back when all you needed to fix a computer was a piece of string and a coloured bead. Now I apply that vast* knowledge to writing science fiction thrillers and other things too.
I live with a Snail, chickens, dogs and a lot of guitars.
I still “do things”, from time to time. And I love** DIY.
My novels are available to enjoy from here.
If you don’t mind me making a suggestion, you need to slap your name on damn-near everything on your blog. I wanted to quote you on my blog, and I had to look up your name on Amazon. It needs to be on your blog–preferably in the header somewhere (so it can be seen on every page), but definitely here on your About page.
As an author, your name is EVERYTHING. You want people to reference you by name in conversations and on their blogs and in their reviews. Don’t make your name hard to find. It’s your brand. Your marketing tool. When people go to list their favorite authors, you don’t want, “and that guy from the writing blog.”