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My Monday guest, Jane Risdon, writer of crime and women’s fiction

January 18, 2016

Today I am being interviewed by Siobhan Daiko and I do hope you will visit and leave a comment on her blog so she knows I do have some mates out there. Thanks so much. 🙂

Siobhan Daiko

I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Jane Risdon today. Having spent her adult life married to a rock musician, Jane Risdon had little time for writing. She and her husband managed rock musicians, singer-songwriters and record producers, rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous in Hollywood and around the world. Latterly, with time on her hands, she has used her experiences in the world of music and from an earlier job in The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, to kick-start her writing career. She writes mainly crime, though she has ventured into other genres, notably a soon-to-be published novel with award winning romance author Christina Jones.

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Tell me something you would like your readers to know about you, please, Jane!

I’ve walked through the middle of a shoot-out in Los Angeles, between bank robbers and the cops following a robbery at Wells Fargo, not long after surviving the 1994 earthquake and tornadoes…

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  1. jfredlee permalink

    Excellent interview, Jane & Siobhan. I particularly enjoyed reading how another writer ‘ticks’. Thanks!


    • Thanks so much. I like to d that as well. Thanks for reading and dropping in to comment. Much appreciated.


  2. I can’t wait to read your latest books, Jane.

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