Here are some of the interviews I’ve done online, on radio and in print in the past few months. (All my books can be found on Amazon UK), Amazon (US) worldwide and are available (in Europe) from my online bookstore.
I’ve done about ten articles on writing screenplays for writing.ie. Based on my book Write That Script, they cover character, idea, plot, structure and you can find them all listed here (https://www.writing.ie/resource-types/write-for-stage-screen/) along with tons of other useful and interesting material.
And here’s an interview about Write That Script I did for People newspapers.
In The Green Room with Orla Barry on Newstalk 106-108FM talking about my last book, Write That Script.
Bookline with Teresa Quinn on Liffey Sound FM 96.4 talking about all my books and where the writing and the stories come from. This interview has also been aired on Near FM, Athlone Communìty Radio and Youghal Community Radio.
I was lucky enough to be invited to do a guest post on Swirl & Thread, written in the snow…
With The Gloss Magazine, online magazine with the Irish Times, interviewed by Sophie Grenham just after Dad’s Red Dress came out.
On the Author’s Interviews blog with Fiona McVie
On the Lisa Loves Literature blog with Lisa Mandina
Talking with Philomena Barry on Athlone Community Radio 88.4FM. This podcast features three interviews Philomena did; mine comes in at 4.47.
On Smashwords, in my own words!
A guest on the Rhyme and Reason radio programme on Dublin South FM 93.9 with Helen Dwyer talking about Dad’s Red Dress
Writing for the stage
On the subject of theatre, there’s a recent interview here that appeared in the AboutFACE Theatre Company’s #theatremakeslifebetter blog post for #worldtheatreday, 27th March 2020. AboutFACE is Theatre Company in Residence 2020 at The Civic). And another in the Yana Writes About Theatre blog, which was published while I was putting on my last play, All Thumbs.
Perhaps because I come from a print journalism background, there’s still something special about having an article in the paper – maybe it goes back to my days (13 years-worth) as a freelance journo! So I was chuffed last week when Orla O’Driscoll’s interview with me appeared in the Northside People. How she got one hour of chat down to 500 words, I have no idea! (The focus though was where my latest novel, The Angelica Touch, had come from! It’s available on Amazon and from my online store here.