I am excited to see my guest post on The Undercover Soundtrack go live today. Novelist Roz Morris hosts a weekly series in which she asks other writers to talk about using music as part of the creative process.
In the post, I talk about the creation of On the Holloway Road in more depth than I think I ever have on this site. That’s quite shocking, since I’ve been blogging for the full three years since it came out, and haven’t written much at all about the writing of it. I guess that sometimes I don’t think a writer talking about his writing is very interesting, and so I spend more time reviewing other people’s books instead. But when someone else asks me to talk about my writing process, that’s different – I can do that. Does that make any sense?
Anyway, please head over to Roz’s site, and leave a comment – I’d be interested to hear what you think! It’s my first ever guest post, so I’m hoping people like it.
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