Over the last while I've posted a number of interviews that I've conducted with a wonderful bunch of mystery writers. Now, I get to turn tables and share a few interviews in which I answer questions instead of asking them.
In March, Bill Selnes at Mysteries and More interviewed me after he had reviewed both Blood and Groom and Dead Light District. In this interview I mention getting tipped in hash and talk a bit about hardboiled sleuths. Thanks Bill!
I was recently interviewed on Entertainment Realm by Amy Steele. This was the second interview I did after Dead Light District came out. Amy interviewed me after posting awesome reviews of both Sasha Jackson mysteries. Amy asked me some good questions, and I especially liked giving a bit of the background to my books. We discussed Toronto and setting among other things. I really appreciate Amy's interest in my books!
And just recently, Athabasca University - where I did an MA in Cultural Studies - posted a lovely two part profile on me and my books. The first link is my former professor Gloria Filax interviewing me, and the second link is a bit of discussion on the series and what has shaped the books so far - basically it traces the journey from bookworm to published author. I owe a lot to Athabasca University and have much to thank them for!