Review of Winter Downs
“Tell us something about yourself. I am an artist living and working in the Cotswolds. I split my time between working for exhibitions and working in my large garden.I love cooking, so try to process the fruit and vegetables which we grow organically…”
read the rest of the Q&A here: Anuk Naumann:Guest Blog
We’re (Gaslight Crime) delighted to bring you an interview with writer Jan Edwards, author of the newly published historical crime novel Winter Downs.
I absolutely loved Winter Downs, which takes place in a fascinating time in a lovely part of Sussex that Kipling called our blunt, blow-headed, whale-backed Downs. The perfect setting for the first novel in an atmospheric new crime series. If you enjoy classic, Golden Age style whodunits with engaging sleuths, a twisting plot and a wonderful sense of place – you’re in for a great treat.
Here’s Jan to tell us about Winter Downs and her writing process…
Read the full interview here: An Interview With Crime Author Jan Edwards
Winter Downs has been listed in the Crime Fiction on the Month for June on the Indie Crime Fiction page.
Last weekend was all about filming interviews for the extras disc that will accompany White Witch of Devil’s End. Those who follow my blog will recall that this is a Dr Who project from Reel Time Pictures starring Damaris Hayman, reprising her role of Olive Hawthorne from Dr Who’s ‘The Daemons’ (which was first screened in 1971! Over 45 years ago!)
White Witch of Devil’s End is a monologue written by Sam Stone, Jan Edwards, David J Howe, Raven Dane, Debbie Bennett and Suzanne J Barbieri – which will hopefully also spawn an anthology from Telos Publishing (more on that another time).
Winter Downs has been listed on Book Muse as a recommended read
The Winter Downs book tour also stops at the site of crime writer Debbie Bennett with a Q&Q session