TV and noisy novel number three
On Tuesday 19th April I will be interviewed during a live book show by Sally Tickner from Portsmouth TV. The show airs at 5pm and lasts for 30 minutes. For those of you who would like to watch me talking about writing and autism but can’t do it at that time, you will be able to watch it anytime afterwards by following this link.
I am on a push to get Love and Other Lies finished now because novel number three is starting to get very noisy in my head. I am trying to block its demands for attention so that I can focus on finishing Love and Other Lies but do let novel number three natter away whenever I am at our allotment. So far I have a working title for novel number three – Tom and Audrey – and a few other definites – Audrey will go to a concert by King Pleasure and The Buscuit Boys.
The music from the CD I bought at their concert last night will form a significant part of my play-list while I am writing Tom and Audrey. I have been to more than one of their concerts and know that this rhythm and blues band puts on a fantastic performance because they relish getting their audience to sing and dance along to their music. However, this concert will also have a major positive impact on Audrey’s life, but you’ll have to wait until I have written the novel to find out why.