If you’re interested in conducting an interview with me for distribution via any of the following media, I’d love to hear from you (contact me here)…
- Blogs, websites, or social media groups.
- Online or terrestrial radio.
- Newspapers or magazines (digital or print).
I make no charge for interviews if I’m allowed the opportunity to briefly plug one of my books. Interviews can be conducted at your premises (depending on location – just ask), by phone/Skype, or via email.
Besides my own work, subjects I’m able to provide insight on include…
- The career and challenges of being of independent (indie) author.
- Self-publishing including book marketing and promotion.
- British culture and lifestyle in the ’70s and ’80s.
To arrange an interview, get in touch here.
Here’s a selection of previous articles and interviews I’ve been involved in. All links open in a new browser tab/window.
An interview with Mark Stay of the popular podcast, The Bestseller Experiment. Click here to view.
An article relating to indie publishing on the popular Minutehack website. Click here to view.
An article entitled, Hacking The Millenial Bug published in Calibra Magazine. Click here to view.
A feature on my writing career in the Herald newspaper. Click here to view.
I visited the Radio Woking studios to join Roy Allaway for the launch of his new ‘Happy Hour’ show.
Here’s an abridged cut of my radio interview with the very lovely Mel Montagnon on Wey Valley Radio.
Here’s a review of The ’86 Fix, courtesy of Pete Haynes and his Geek Show on Puritans Radio. You can follow Pete on Twitter.
My first ever radio interview; on The Roy Allaway Radio Show after the launch of The ’86 Fix. (interview starts at 4:10)