Hey everyone, a very warm welcome to my little blog for the 5th day of #Fahrenbruary. If you are not really sure why you’re here or what the hell a Fahrenbruary is, then here’s a couple of handy links to help explain:
Fahrenbruary? What’s that all about then (via me, The Beardy Book Blogger)
#Fahrenbruary: Fahrenheit – The Anatomy Of A Transatlantic Love Cult (via It’s An Indie Book Blog aka Matt Keyes)
Ok, now that that’s all sorted, below I present to you a Question and Answer session with the brilliant Ian Patrick, author of the Sam Batford books Rubicon and Stoned Love. You can find out more about these superb thrillers in the Q&A and via the links at the end.
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Mooching around the blogosphere I have noticed that one of the most popular post types seems to be the Blogger Q & A. Now, I’m not well known enough yet to be invited to take part in one of these things, and I am actually much too shy to ask to be invited when one asks, so I thought why not do one of my own. Me interviewing myself.
So I messaged myself.
I waited. No answer.
I messaged again. Then I remembered that I probably wouldn’t answer quickly as I’d be too busy procrastinating over whether the request was genuine or some scam or other.
So I checked out my blog, thought it looked ok – well, it looked daft if I’m honest, but that’s ok because I do like a bit of daft – and I replied.
I got back to myself surprisingly fast with the following questions, or more of a rambling chit chat, which I now present to you.
Enjoy and maybe you’ll learn something about The Beardy Book Blogger 🙂
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