A reading of Winds

I was recently lucky enough to be interviewed for an article in the illustrious Huffington Post regarding my books and the writing process in general, by the US based author Mandy Jackson-Beverly, (author of the Secret Muse and regular Huffpost contributor and book-blogger.)

It was a fun unterview to do, and if you havent already read it, you can find it on Huffpost here:

Huffington Post

Mandy runs a channel over on Youtube also, talking about, and reading from various books, either as teasers or reviews, and I was recently extremely honoured to have her read an except from book one of my Changeling Series: Isle of Winds.

Please take some time to check out both her blog and her youtube channel, i guarantee you won’t be dissapointed. Both are full of excellent reccomendations, excerpts and observations.

And the link to her reading of my book, if you’re interesting in hearing it, is here:

youtube reading: Isle of Winds, by Mandy Jackson-Beverly

Changeling Book One: Isle of Winds, is available on Amazon. Book Two: Drowned Tomb, is due for release summer 2016.

About the interviewer:

Mandy Jackson-Beverly, born in Australia, moved to London in 1082, where she discovered the importance of the creative collective: the 1980’s fashion scene. In Los Angeles, she found creative freedom among the thriving, no holds barred visionaries of the music video world. As a costume designer and stylist Many worked for photographer Herb Ritts, and directors Joel and Ethan Coen, David Fincher and Julien Temple, and music icons David Bowie, Madonna and Tina Turner, to name a few.

Mandy’s novel ‘A secret Muse’, a darkly delicious tale and first in a triolgy, is now available on Amazon at the following link:

A Secret Muse: Amazon Link

 

 

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