Daisy: I’m definitely a plotter. I write with a pen and paper, and hundreds of post-it notes and index cards and notebooks – a writer can never have too many notebooks, right? There’s never any worries about what to buy me as a gift!
Daisy: Definitely number 3! I’m not a lover of the gym – I prefer to walk through the woods, or stroll in the park, or take a cycle ride. Also, for some unfathomable reason, I’m not keen on being pampered at the beauty salon. But I do love a good meal out at a restaurant – preferably a family-run business rather than a chain.
Daisy: I’m a jeans and tee-shirt sort of girl – comfort is a must when you’re sat at a computer all day, although I do like to dress up occasionally, but it would be a short dress rather than a long evening skirt & blouse.
Daisy: My favourite genre for holiday reading is Travel autobiographies – stories written by people who have journeyed to all four corners of the world, then written about their adventures. I love Anne Mustoe’s story about cycling around the world, and I enjoyed reading More Ketchup than Salsa by Joe Cawley and the wonderfully titled Driving Over Lemons by Chris Stewart.
Arabella: What about your future plans? Any books or series in the making?
Daisy: Summer Dreams at Villa Limoncello is due out on 13th June, then there’s a Christmas book in the series due out in September. I’m busy planning my next series too for next year – research is the part I love the most I think!
Daisy, it was great having you as a guest on the blog and I hope your readers have enjoyed reading some of your secrets. I too loved reading Chris Stewart's adventures and his endeavours of self-sufficiency in Driving Over Lemons. Good luck with Summer Dreams at Villa Limoncello.
Best wishes and happy-ever-after writing...