Saturday, 14 September 2013

Where did you get the idea for Peter Grant from....




I was just asked this question again and I thought, haven't I already answered that - so to make it easy to find all the bits I've consolidated all the links.

Start at the top and work your way down...








  

6 comments:

Debbie Klecan said...

I love that Grant is multi-racial. I loved the movie Hitch. I don't think people realize what a break-through that movie was for those of us who are from multi-backgrounds. Growing up watching Doris Day/Hudson movies and others where the mixed race/black/hispanic was always the supporting character and then have the movie Hitch reverse the stereotype was amazing. Anyway, I find that those of use who live in a multicultural household are more aware of the difference and sameness of the different cultures and races and using him has allowed you to comment on all the multicultures of the Londoners. Love your books!!!!

David Mckay said...

Just a short note to say thank you, read all four books in the "Folly" series, Fantastic, haven't read anything this good in years, read "Broken Homes in a day, Wonderful read.

nigel Mc Hugh said...

Excellent books, loved them, and was hooked from the first few pages of "Rivers"
Like any junkie, tongue hanging out for the next episode!
Nigel in Cavan .

Stephen Waller said...

So not the Dresden files then? thought you made a good reference to those fantastic books. Interesting.

Julie S. said...

No Terry Pratchett novels influenced the creation of Peter Grant? I really enjoy this series. Thanks.

Lottie said...

Rumour has it (well, OK, the amazon blurp re Suzanne's next book) that Folly agents make a cameo in same book? Does that mean young Peter might be visiting vamp lairs?? What happens when two fantastical worlds collide?? One ponders the possible consequences of such an idea; indeed, the books themselves may tremble... Yeah, ok, I *know* it's time for my meds...