Every month, I’ll be interviewing a writer, publisher or editor about their work and what it means to them, both personally and professionally. My first guest is Mark H. Williams, an emerging young writer who has already made a name for himself in stage and screenwriting, and whose debut novel, Sleepless Knights, is generating a lot of buzz.
Toby Whithouse, the creator of Being Human and writer for Doctor Who called it:
“…quite simply, a cracking good read. A cross between The Remains of the Day, Le Morte d’Arthur and Harry Potter, it’s packed with charming characters, thrilling chases, intrigue and mystery.”
Mark was very generous with his time and had plenty to say about his writing process, the long road to publication and the realities of writing for a living. So come back on Wednesday for the full story. Better yet, subscribe to the RSS feed in the menu on your left, and we’ll come to you.