The annethology author interview menu grows apace and I'd love to know what you think of it so far. What's your take on the novels I've selected to unpick with their creators? Am I asking the right questions? Are you satisfied with the answers? What are your favourite quotes? How can I make the Q&A process even better? Please take the time to share your thoughts below. You might also like to take another look at the posts generated by my reflections on the similarities and differences between the novels and the things their authors have had to say about them.
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Annecdotist is the persona through whom I navigate that in-between space. When not roaming the blogosphere, I'm reading or writing, tramping the moors, battling the slugs in my vegetable plot or struggling to sing.
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