Check it ! Today, I’m over at Mistral Dawn’s blog. She interviewed me a little while ago. We talk books, TV, genres and why it’s important to leave a review!
Pop over and read it now http://mistralkdawn.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/helen-treharne-interviewed-by-mistral.html
Today Helen Treharne has been kind enough to join us for an interview!
Helen lives in South Wales with her husband, who is Irish, three cats, some other waifs and strays that think they live with them, and lots of stringed instruments!
Wow, Helen, it sounds like you have a really busy home! Can you tell us a little more about yourself and your books?
Helen: I’m trying to learn the ukele, but not getting very far. My “day job” is in communications and media relations so I write by night and during weekends. Oh, and I volunteer for Cats Protection, a UK based charity that campaigns for the welfare of cats as well as rescue work.
I’ve written three books so far. The first was a collection of flash fiction called Off the Bench inspired by bereavement and by hope. I’ve also written a collection of 10 urban poems about growing up in South Wales in the eighties and nineties. They’re both “quick reads”, cheaper than a magazine, but you can read them during your lunch break.
The most significant piece of work is my urban fantasy series – the Sophie Morgan books. The first, Relative Strangers, was released on ebook and paperbook in August
2014. The second, Death in the Family will be out in February 2015.
Wow! Family, pets, charity, work, writing! …. More via Mistral Dawn’s Musings: Helen Treharne Interviewed By Mistral Dawn.