Today is my turn on the brush with death blog tour. I didn’t know what to expect from this book when I first started to read it.
What I found was a well thought out story with characters who were very lifelike .
A truly great book that has lots of interesting characters and groups.
Below is one the interview that Malcolm has participated in.
What is the first book you remember reading or having read to you?
The Island of Adventure – Enid Blyton
Who is your favourite literary character?
Matthew Shardlake Created by CJ Sansom
Which book have you always meant to get around to reading, but still not read?
If you could only take one book with you on a desert island, which would it be?
The False Inspector Dew – Peter Lovesey
What are you currently reading?
The Various Haunts of Men – Susan Hill
Who would be at your dream dinner party (alive, dead or fictional)?
Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Agatha Christie
What’s the best advice you have ever received?
Anyone who ever accomplished anything, did not know how they were going to do it. They only knew they were going to do it. Bob Proctor
What’s the worst advice you have ever received?
Know your place, expect nothing else. My Mother
Who is your hero or heroine (real or fictional)?
Bob Proctor. Motivational speaker
Where are you happiest?
In a restaurant surrounded by family and friends.
Who would you like to star in the film of your life?
Describe your best ever holiday.
If you could be invisible for a day, what would you do? (easy, tiger!)
Behind the scenes at a TV or film production
If I joined you on your perfect day, what would we be doing?
Sitting in a street café in the south of France eating a scones and fresh cream
What do you think is the best thing about social media?
People sharing good ideas and offering support.
And the worst…?!
People sharing drivel
What is the most important item you require for a quiet night in?
A good book
Is it best to always tell the truth or is it sometimes better to tell a little white lie?
Sometimes tell a little white lie
What’s your signature dish?
A Sunday roast
Do you prefer Twitter or Facebook, why?
Which book character do you wish you had written?
Why did you write a book?
To fulfil an ambition and to entertain
Why did you choose your genre?
I love mysteries and I love humour so I tried to combine the two
If you had to write in a different genre, which would you choose?
What’s the worst thing about writing a book?
Staring at a blank page
What’s the best thing about writing a book?
Seeing the finished published product
If you could be anyone for the day, who would you be?
Me with a million pounds