Are We Having Fun Yet?

With the UK Bold Strokes bash taking place this weekend, the attending authors have been blogging on the theme of “fun”. My take on it all has just been posted, wherein I’m reminiscing about our accidental direttissima up a Welsh mountain. If that’s not enough incentive to hit this link, the piece includes quite a flattering photo of my arse… 😉

About Cari Hunter

Cari Hunter is the author of "Snowbound", "Desolation Point" and "Tumbledown", "Alias", "Breathe", and the Dark Peak series of crime thrillers - "No Good Reason", "Cold to the Touch", and "A Quiet Death" - all published by Bold Strokes Books. Her new novel "Unbreakable" is now available to buy.
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2 Responses to Are We Having Fun Yet?

  1. Sandi McCallum says:

    Sounds like you fashioned Sanne Jensen…..runners knees all on yourself. I can’t imagine your writing not including humor. There wasn’t much humor in Alias which is why it’s not my favorite though I confess I’ve listened to it more than once. I’m looking forward to Breath but wish it was being released sooner. My budget doesn’t allow me purchase everything I want but I always have enough for your works. Carry on soldier!

    • Cari Hunter says:

      I certainly gave the poor lass my knees, but I’m not a fell runner, just a common or garden road runner and enthusiastic hiker.
      I think there were a few flashes of humour in Alias, it was just far darker and drier than in something like the Dark Peak books where I could have San and Nelson pissing around with each other, or San and Meg taking the piss out of each other. Alias on the whole was a darker story which did limit the laughs somewhat. The audio hits the humour right on the nose, though. Nicki did a great job with making Alis sarkier and snarkier the more confidence she gains, and the more of herself she gains. I do love her delivery of the “skinny dipping” line. That’s absolutely pitch perfect 🙂
      Not long to go till Breathe. Thank you for keeping something in your budget for it. If you prefer books with a lighter touch, this one should be right up your street.

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