Book Launch Pt. 2
Lit Idol – Not That London
Paul tells the story of how he became the world’s first Lit Idol at the London Book Fair in the UK and why he’s adopted the moniker Not That London Writer.
Visiting book clubs
Paul invites book clubs to reach out to him
Audience Q – Writing routine
Paul answers a question about his writing routine
Audience Q – Working from an outline
Paul answers a question about whether he works from an outline when writing a novel
Audience Q – How long to write
Audience Q: “How long did it take you to write Weekend Pass?”
Audience Q – Editing
Paul makes a (perhaps shocking) admission about how Weekend Pass was edited.
Audience Q – Working on now
Audience question: “What are you working on now?”
Audience Q – Epilogue
Paul discusses the epilogue in Weekend Pass and its importance to the story (without revealing too many details)
Audience Q – Sequel
Audience Q: “Might you consider writing a sequel to Weekend Pass?”
Audience Q – Cover design
Paul talks about the cover design for Weekend Pass
Audience Q – Twitter Fiction
An audience member asks Paul whether he’s ever considered taking one of his tweet-sized tales and using it as inspiration for a novel.
Who can forgive a mother who poisons her eight-year-old son? Even if it was an accident.
Tasha thought she had everything under control – her family life, her career as a nurse – until her son got into her stash of painkillers. Now, during her first weekend home from drug treatment, she must come to grips with the damage she’s done and somehow pick up the pieces. Told from the points of view of four different family members, Weekend Pass is a story about the lies we tell ourselves and the people we love. And it’s about struggling to rise above the mistakes that threaten to define us.