Would You Rather: an interview with Ian Probert

I recently undertook a blog tour – my first. I’ll probably be putting some thoughts about this on paper in the near future. In the meantime with Lizzie Baldwin’s kind permission I’m reblogging her interview with me. As you can see, it was a little different to some of the other interviews I did which often were along the lines of ‘Why do you write? How long does it take you to write a book, etc.’. Lizzie’s interview was a little more fun, and I think all the better for it.

Incidentally, you can do a lot worse than to spend a few minutes over at Lizzie’s blog. She puts a lot of effort into it. And she’s a really nice person.


download (1)Good afternoon on this rather dry and fine afternoon from Stoke-On-Trent. It might interest you to know that it was the two year anniversary of my blogging history yesterday. However being incredibly busy yesterday I didn’t have any time to do a nice post for you; so this year we’re going to celebrate it on the 19th of February which is rather fitting because I am sharing with you a wonderful guest post Q+A from an author quite close to my heart; Ian Probert. I’ll provide links but earlier this year I reviewed the book Johnny Nothing and was a little hooked. Since then I’ve had the utter joy of helping a little to promote this wonderful book.

Now in true rotten style we decide to forgo the stereotypical Q+A questions and bring you something a little more entertaining. A would you rather set of questions; this is something…

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6 thoughts on “Would You Rather: an interview with Ian Probert

  1. Hi Ian! I’m assuming that you might have come across my little corner of the wowiweb on WP through Lizzie’s blog. 🙂 It’s a pleasure to meet you. I thoroughly enjoyed your interview with Lizzie, so thanks for answering so honestly. There is this radio host guy I listen to on occasion who asks questions such as the ones Lizzie posed to you. I enjoy the mental exercise/game! Thanks for following my blog. I have also followed yours, not because you followed mine, but because I want to! There’s a big difference. 🙂 Cheers!


  2. Thanks for your follow! I will dive into your blog soon, as I got a chance to read a bit and enjoy the engagement you bring to us readers! With love Robyn
    New blogger that I am, I love to read such interesting blogs like yours!


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