• Bad Book Bash

    13 December 2021

    Bad Book Bash is a very amusing podcast by comedienne Betsy Speer. In each episode she takes aim at the "worst books in existence...YA paranormal romance novels." I was very nervous when Betsy got in touch to say that she was going to feature Cirque Du Freak on an upcoming episode, but then she explained that she'd decided it was time to feature the work of an author she actually LIKED, to prove that books could be GOOD as well as terrible -- and my heart settled in my chest again. :-)


    Betsy interviewed me for half an hour, and the recording went live last week. She teased me gently at times, but spared me the brutal kicking of her usual targets -- phew!! You can listen to the interview through a variety of podcast providers, but if you're a novice to podcasts (like me!) then the easiest way might be to listen to it on Google by clicking here: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xODQwMDE3LnJzcw/episode/QnV6enNwcm91dC05NjY1NjU3


    As for the amazing accompanying portrait... that was created by an artist called Steve Kirkwood, a friend of the podcast who wanted to get in on the action when he heard that Betsy would be interviewing me! You can check out his Facebook page, for more iof his incredible work, by clicking on this link: https://www.facebook.com/stevekirkwoodart78/


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