Crime, croissants and Happy Christmas with Clegg

I had a great time at the Christmas party this morning at the BBC Radio Solent studio in Southampton. Good fun, croissants, coffee and mince pies and Julian Clegg, of course.

I was talking to Julian Clegg on The Breakfast Programme about my marine mystery crime novels, the possibility of film and television adaptations and the recent news that they are to be translated into Turkish.

I met some interesting people including Hannah Watts, Young Ambassador for the London Olympic Games,an energetic and inspirational young person. She is to the left of Julian Clegg in the mauve top.

It was also nice to catch up with my friend and fellow author, Ali Sparkes. Ali is on the left holding her novel, Frozen in Time, which has been shortlisted for the Blue Peter Prize with me holding Dead Man's Wharf.

Thanks to Julian Clegg for all his support over the last year and to Talia Slack for her superb organisation and clip board, and to all involved with the programme including the canteen staff and guests for making it such an enjoyable occasion. 

Happy Christmas!


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