One of my favourite crime programs is on ITV 3 and I receive it on my iPad. That is one of the reasons why I am so happy that I have an iPad. I can watch TV series in English and not lose touch with my own native language. Morgen Bailey, the interviewer, moderator, writer, who also did an author spotlight on me on the 12th of September, recently had her 500th Author Interview, with Ann Cleeves, who is also the author of the books for the crime series running on ITV 3 called Vera. Needless to say, Vera is one of my favourite shows and Cleeves books are fantastic. I highly recommend them. Thus, this reblogged is more than appropriate for my Walk On blog. This woman, Ann Cleeves, is a woman in our times that is still walking on. Please take the time to read it. I am sure you will enjoy learning more about her.
Given the milestone that is my 500th interview I’m taking the weekend off – normal transmission will resume on Monday evening with post-weekend poetry, so without further ado…
Welcome to the five hundredth of my blog interviews with novelists, poets, short story authors, biographers, agents, publishers and more. Today’s is with crime novelist Ann Cleeves. A list of interviewees (blogged and scheduled) can be found here. If you like what you read, please do go and investigate further.
Morgen: Hello, Ann. Please tell us something about yourself, and how you came to be a writer.
Morgen: It’s funny you should say that, despite being an avid Stephen King fan (buying every book…
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