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“Friday-Fortnight” Interview with Julie Frayn

“Friday-Fortnight” Interview with Julie Frayn Hi guys, Welcome to the latest FFI. I’ve had a busy fortnight, writing, working, jogging, and more writing. The latest DCI Jones Casebook, Sean A Freeman is with the beta readers and I await feedback—scary. But more of that in another blog post, it’s time to introduce my guest, my Canadian friend and psychological thriller author, Julie Frayn. Check out her website, it's sweet. KJD: Welcome Julie, how you doing this afternoon? Okay, let’s be honest here. We’re talking virtually, nobody’s going to believe that you flew over from Canada, [...]

By |2018-09-25T23:11:46+00:00November 14th, 2014|Categories: Interviews|Tags: , , , |30 Comments

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