Obviously, I write about ghosts a fair old bit. So, it’s unsurprising that I often get asked about the supernatural, and whether I believe in it or not. Normally at that point I start shuffling awkwardly on the spot and trying to change the subject – because the honest answer is… I’m not sure!
Few subjects get ghost-hunters quite as revved up as the Devil. There’s something about Satan himself that makes even sceptical folk a little nervy… and unsurprisingly so. After all, we’re not just talking low level badness here, we’re talking Premier League evil!
It’s that time again – I am officially editing, and editing hard. Although the second Dr Ribero book isn’t out until early next year, it’s amazing just how much work goes into making it as good as possible for publication, and the editing process takes longer than you might imagine.
As you’ve probably guessed, I’m a bit of a voracious reader. Every so often, a book comes along that is so good, I feel obliged to shout about it from the rooftops – which is precisely what I’m about to do about Paul Auster’s latest book, 4321.
My, doesn’t the time fly! It seems like only a few weeks ago that I heard the news that The Case of the Green-Dressed Ghost was going to be published, and now here we are, almost there. Which officially has me staring at the calendar, rubbing my nose thoughtfully, and wondering where the last year went. Seriously. What happened to it?