The wonderful Author and Poetess Wordsmith Supreme, Jane Dougherty, carries an interview with yours truly today… thank you, m’Lady 🙂
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My first guest in this second round of The Author Hot Seat is an old (in blogging terms) friend, Seumas Gallacher.
We all know you as the Scottish crime writer who wears a kilt even when he’s trolling about among the dunes of Abu Dhabi. What we might like to know is what he did before he became a camel driver that inspired him to write international crime novels. So, to satisfy the morbid curiosity of the red top readers among us, I’ve shoved said Scot into the hot seat, manacled him and got the irons nice and hot just in case he wants to hold something back.
J : Do your early years in Glasgow influence your writing?
SG : Undoubtedly. They say you can take the boy out of Glasgow, but you can’t take Glasgow out of the boy. Much of the grit and values that I’ve instilled…
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