It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time for my weekly spotlight features, “What’s on your desk, Wednesday?”, where we take a visit to see what’s on somebody’s desk and have a good old nose around. (No kidding!) So without further ado, let’s meet today’s desk, I mean guest…
Welcome to where stories are created, from the desk of author Jan Selbourne
Sassy Brit : Tell us about your writing routine:
Jan Selbourne : I’m not an organized author. My stories begin with an idea and grow from there. My desk is my dining room table and I like to write in the mornings when its quiet. However, there have been many times I’ve woken in the early hours with a change of scene or new dialogue in my head. It’s a case of get up and get it in writing before it disappears! While writing The Proposition a glaring mistake came to me at 2am, I still can’t believe I hadn’t seen it while writing and editing.
SB: What’s the weirdest thing on your desk?
JS: – Nothing really weird except for Lexie the lizard who stares at the screen. I guess the colours fascinate her.
SB: The most useful item?
JS : – My USB stick.
SB : Three words to describe your desk?
SB: Where can we find out more about you?
JS : You can find me at these various places on the web —
They met on the eve of a battle. One enlisted to avoid prison, the other enlisted to avoid the money lenders. On the bloodied fields of France, Harry Connelly collapses beside the corpse of Andrew Conroy. It is a risk, a hanging offence, it’s his only hope for a future. Harry swaps identity discs. Now Andrew, he is just another face in post war London until a letter arrives with a proposition. Accepting is out of the question, refusing plunges him into a nightmare of murder and blackmail.To survive he must live this lie without a mistake, until he falls in love with Lacey. To keep her he must tell the truth and face the consequences.
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