Here's a snippet:
"The day after the book launch, I drove Hal Duncan, my editor Peter Lavery, and my agent Simon Kavanagh back to my place, which is out in the country. The sun was shining and Hal and Simon sang "Road to Amarillo" in ridiculously loud voices.
Whenever I hear that song now, it makes me smile."
I love reading little quirky insights into writer's lives - far more interesting than the usual stuff like "So, I got some fan mail today...then I wrote 2k words..."
Really need to try and read Scar Night. Two attempts so far, and both abandoned though I can't say for sure why. I still think the prologue is a brilliant opening, and there's some great stuff in there, but for some reason it just doesn't work for me. However, I'm thinking it might be a case of "right book, wrong time" which does happen now and again. We'll see...