Fellow expat and good friend, Isa at asked me to partake in a Q&A the other day and I was only too happy to join in, especially since the questions were very pertinent to how the story is linked to Argentina. Here’s a short excerpt. Q: How long have you […]
At the beginning of the year I published a series of articles at Dave’s Computer Tips (DCT) on self-publishing, based on my early experiences of seeking a literary agent and later deciding to take the self-publishing route.
This post is spoiler-free. When I first started writing the book, I had less than a handful of characters in mind, so others appeared dynamically as the story unfolded.
The Last British President is getting a name for itself and bloggers are now featuring my new novel in their blogs.
The Buenos Aires Book Fair is the largest book show in Latin America and I had to be there.
The idea for the book first came to me in 2013, during Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s second term as president of Argentina, when I began to speculate on whether I could do a better job as president.