Please tell us a little bit about yourself?
-I like woods and walking and reading and drawing and that's about it really.At what age did you write your first book?
-At about 19 0r 20, I was still in college. But that was never published- it was a pretty poor effort.What was your inspiration for writing your book(s)?
-Other writers I admired such as Alan Garner, Tolkien, Stevenson etc. I wanted to produce work like theirs.Are there any parts of the story you feel particularly close to?
-Which story? I feel both close and distant to stories. Close when I am writing them but then they become rather like someone else's work when they are finished.How can our followers connect with you?
-By using the q and a page on my website if they want to ask questions.UK related Questions:
Where’s your favourite place?
-Wales, particularly Gwent where I live. It has coast and mountains and valleys and forests all very close to each other.What’s your favourite thing about living here?
-The sea is very close to everywhere in Britain. And I love the sea.Is there one place you would like to visit, that you haven’t yet?
-In the UK, probably Cambridge. In Europe, certainly Venice.Do you have a favourite British band?
-Of all time, Led Zeppelin.Do you have a favourite British movie?
-I'm not that good on films, sorry.Do you have a favourite British actor/actress?
-Lots but top would be Ian McKellan who I have seen many times in the theatre and who is always excellent.When you think of Britain, what’s the first thing you think of?
-I don't think of it, really. Again, probably the sea.Which place in Britain would you most like to live other than where they do live?
-On the Marlborough Downs, somewhere near Avebury.What's your favourite British saying?
-In Wales when it's really wet we say Mae hi'n bwrw hen wragedd a ffyn.....it's raining old women with sticks... I like that image.