Sorry ladies, video hadn’t loaded before I left for rehearsals, came home to find a blip halfway through so loading again. Shouldn’t be too long though oh patient ones. (Well it better not be too long, I have to leave for Italy in 7 hours lol)
I’ve written a possible love scene for Ms Young’s book, for those of you who know she was inspired by Michael Kitchen as Foyle in writing the younger character of Matthew Pike. Very romantic, I assure you, but M-rated, which relegates it to “filter-to-see-it” status on fanfiction dot net. Let me know what you think!
Fe Young has written a series of historical mystery novels, whose central character, Dr Dody McLeland, is “Britain’s first female autopsy surgeon”. The sleuthing’s shared with Chief Inspector Matthew Pike, apparently an MK clone. I haven’t read ‘em (yet), but you can bet your bottom dollar I’ve read dances’ M-rated shortie with a glass of Pinot Grigio. ;o)
This is what I like to hear: writers making money from characters based on the Foyle persona. Seems as if something is right with the world after all. More power to your elbow, Fe!
Coming soon to an e-fiction site near you: an original novel called L’Aimant, set in the well-known British coastal town of Pastings, starring DCS Doyle and his winsome young driver Fran.