This week we meet Jonathon Hill, but I'll let him introduce himself.
Introduce yourself, who are you? And what do you write?
I'm Jonathan Hill and I have just published my first book of short stories on the Kindle. My day job is in the medical profession and it can be quite intensive and stressful so I see writing as a welcoming contrast to all that. Although I have started with short stories, I intend to write longer stories as stand alone pieces.
If you could meet any one person, alive or dead - who would it be?
That's a tough one! Well, I read Roald Dahl when I was little and, as an adult, I read his 'Completed Unexpected Tales'. So, I'll say Roald Dahl purely because it would be fascinating to meet someone with such a great imagination...and, if he were still alive, I might try to get into one of his tales!
What piece of advice would you give to new authors? Or those thinking of becoming authors?
What first inspired you to write?
Your collection of short stories covers a range of subjects - do you have a favourite genre of subject you like to write?
What are you working on at the moment?
Tell us about your latest work
I named my latest (and first!) book 'Eclectic: Ten Very Different Tales' as the book contains many genres. My aim was to give readers a book where they may be laughing at one story and shocked, surprised or saddened by the next. Many of my stories have twists or reveals near the end; I like to surprise my readers!