Category Archives: 8Qs

8Qs: D.P. Lyle

Eight Questions is an occasional series of interviews that I’m including on the site. Being a naturally gifted (read: lazy) interviewer, I will be using the same eight questions in every interview.

This time, the questions are being answered by author D.P. Lyle, who – as well as producing his own award winning mystery novels and non-fiction – juggles careers as an MD and as a story consultant, having worked with many novelists and the writers of some TV shows you might have heard of such as Law & Order, CSI: Miami, House, Diagnosis Murder, and Monk. His blog on forensics for writers should be in every author’s internet favourites or rss feed.

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8Qs: Michael Bywater

Eight Questions is an occasional series of interviews that I’m including on the site. Being a naturally gifted (read: lazy) interviewer, I will be using the same eight questions in every interview.

This time, the questions are being answered by journalist and celebrated essayist Michael Bywater whose work can be found in publications as diverse as the Daily Mail, the Independent, the Observer, Punch, the Telegraph, and of course all three Novel in a Day events. His website (www.michaelbywater.com) declares him to be a pilot, harpsichordist, cook, photographer, red-hot lover and self-deluding old goat. I am unable to personally verify any of these claims.

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8Qs: Literature and Latte

Eight Questions is an occasional series of interviews that I’m including on the site. Being a naturally gifted (read: lazy) interviewer, I will be using the same eight questions in every interview.

This time, I’m asking the questions of the fine folks at Literature and Latte, creators of the celebrated Scrivener software as well as their newest release, Scapple.

Welcome Astrid, David, Ioa, Jeff, Jennifer, Julia, Katherine, Keith, Lee, and Tammy! Continue reading