So here I am, with a big pot of tea and a Red Velvet cake specially baked, and no one to talk to. For a while, I was seriously thinking I might have to just talk to myself for a bit, but I think that might be boring for everyone, plus reveal me to be bonkers. Then luckily I remembered I had a great interview earlier this year with Caroline and Tina from A Reader’s Review. (If you love romance novels, you’ll love their blog, so please do check it out.)
So instead of talking to myself, I’m reblogging Caroline and Tina’s interview here, with a massive slice of cake each for both of them. (Thanks to both of you for the great questions!)
Here’s the interview, and I hope you enjoy!
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Author Interview with Helena Fairfax
Hello, Helena, and thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to answer some of our questions.
Hi, Caroline and Tina. Thanks so much for having me. It’s lovely to be with you again!
After having just finished reading Palace of Deception, I must say how beautiful the setting is in Montverrier for your story. How did you decide where to set the story?
One summer there were terrible floods in the UK, but I’d been lucky enough to escape on holiday. I was watching the flooding on the news in my hotel room in Nice, where outside the sun was glittering on the sea. The south coast of France is such a beautiful coastline, and the light is like nothing you would find in northern England…
…To read the rest of the interview, plus a review of Palace of Deception, please click here
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Thanks for having me on your blog, Tina and Caroline, and for getting me out of a fix!
I hope you enjoyed my interview by A Reader’s Review. If you have any questions or comments at all, please let us know. We’d love to hear from you!