Chris Hill is an accomplished writer and author with a Bridport Prize winning feather in his cap.
His first novel, Song of the Sea God, was published by Skylight Press; see UK and US Amazon reviews.
Song of the Sea God was shortlisted for both the Daily Telegraph Novel in a Year competition and the Yeovil Literature Prize under its earlier name of The Longing.
Chris works in communications and has a background in newspaper journalism as a reporter, news editor and editor. He has won a number of short story prizes including the Bridport Prize.
His second novel, The Pick-Up Artist, was published by Magic Oxygen in February 2015 and Chris launched it making a personal appearance at the Lyme Literary Festival in Dorset.
For more on Chris and his work check out these recent interviews:
Magazine interview – Chris Hill and The Pick-Up Artist. Citizen and Echo.
Discussing creativity with author Leslie Tate.
Why I write what I choose, an interview on the Writers Unchained website.
Music behind The Pick-Up Artist. Undercover Soundtrack.
Talking to Wendy Jones about childhood crushes and favourite books
Interview about The Pick-Up Artist and writing with Marie Godley
Our New Titles: The Pick-Up Artist from Magic Oxygen Publishing
What Song of the Sea God is all about with Peregrine Wildoak.
Ann Wallace on writing, my book and more.
John Fitzgerald takes a look at Song of the Sea God
An interview with author Liz Harris
A fun chat all afloat with Val Poore.
Interview with the North West Evening Mail.
A review on the American website Alive on the Shelves
Writer Marjory McGinn interviews me on her Big Fat Greek Blog
An interview with Indian website Finuraa