#WriterWednesday on Merryn Magazine with T. J. Blake

I thoroughly enjoyed working with Merryn Magazine for this #WriterWednesday author feature and interview. If you’ve got some spare time this evening, then please take a moment to read this post to find out more about me and Deception.

If you love psychological thrillers, then my new novel, Deception: A Love of Lies, is the book for you!

Get Deception on Kindle/eBook now.

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Q&A about my new release, Deception: A Love of Lies

What is your latest book called and what is it about?
My latest book is called Deception – a love of lies, which is about a lonely man, his dog, his love for his woodlands, and a lady that has caught his eye during his daily dog walks.

Billy and his dog, Ella, live in a bungalow on Lavingsham Close; a private estate in Surrey. Billy is someone who has lived in the Surrey area for all of his life; which means he has an undeniable love for the place, especially for the woodlands just behind his bungalow – where he walks Ella everyday. During his recent walks though, he has noticed an attractive woman walking her dog too in the woods. He likes the look of her, and really wants to get to know her.

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Merryn Magazine

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On Wednesdays on Twitter, people use the hashtag #WriterWednesday to chat about all things author, book and writing, including authors promoting their own work. As we love to support self-published authors, we thought we’d join in and we will be featuring a UK self-published author every Wednesday on the website. This week, we met T.J. Blake to find out more about him.

Please tell us about yourself; when did you first become interested in writing?
I was very young when I first started writing – I don’t think I could really pin point a specific age. But I do have a very, very vague memory of writing in a class at primary school – most likely my first ever experience with creative writing. I was in the class ‘polar bears’, possibly year two at primary school; which would have made me about six years old.

After that though, I would…

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