This week's Surrey Advertiser printed an article about me. Not many complaints, it's a nice article. You can read it on the 'News' page of this website.
Though it's a lesson in how carefully you have to word press interviews. For instance, I told the reporter that Noontide Owls was a crossover book (Adult and Young Adult) therefore would have wider appeal than adult fiction. He chose to link this comment to something else I said - 'The book is really different from the others.'
So it came out as 'The book is really different from the others.It's building momentum and I think it will have a wider appeal.'
Which makes it sound as if the others don't have a wide appeal. THAT'S NOT WHAT I SAID!!!!!
Just one other small correction: I'm not a historian. Don't know where that one came from. Possibly, when I told the reporter about my art history persona, he forgot about the 'art' bit.