Chris Hill’s novel, Song of the Sea God, is published by Skylight Press. It’s picking up some good reviews on Amazon in the UK here and USA here.
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.
For more on Chris and his work check out these recent interviews:
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
Hi Chris, I love what you write and how you write it, which is why I’ve nominated you for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. Follow the link to see your name in lights: http://yvonnemcevaddy.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/sisterhood-of-the-world-bloggers-award/
Thanks very much for for that Yvonne – much appreciated – your blog’s great too!
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I’ve nominated you for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award, but remember, you do not have to accept. This award is just to illustrate my appreciation. If you are interested, read more about it here–> http://hakescafe.com/2013/12/31/dragons-loyalty-award/
A Safe and Happy New Year to You and Yours!
Thank you – how kind 🙂
You are one of the new followers. Hope to see you often. 😀