Saturday, 24 November 2012
Questions, Questions and Tony Black.
Next Tuesday, 27th November, Tony Black will be appearing at my local library in Dunbar (7:30 - 9:00 pm).
I feel very honoured to have been asked by Tony to host part of the event as an interviewer and hope that I can add some flavour to the evening.
The guy's got a rich back list to dig in to and he's putting things out on a regular basis.
He works on Pulp Pusher and keeps us entertained with his posting. He has the Di Brennan series, the Gus Durie series, Doug Michie has made a recent appearance in The Storm Without and there's the Blasted Heath release RIP Robbie Silva.
It's a large surface to scratch.
I do have ideas of what to ask and I know that Tony's charm and knowledge will make the evening really lively and informative for any who attend.
Thing is, I want to do a good job for the guy. With that in mind, I wonder if you have any particular questions that you think I should ask. Maybe about characters or writing style. I wouldn't be seeking the kind of obvious things that folk ask after a reading, but something that's very specific or might be revealing of something of interest to the writer interested in developing their craft.
You might also leave a few ideas of what not to ask. Maybe you know something that's better left uncovered or maybe you've presented many events yourself and have your own pet-hates.
Either way, I'd be delighted to hear from you in the comments and will pick any good ones to use on Tuesday.
Many thanks for your help.