It’s well worth checking out an entertaining podcast interview with crime writer Ian Robinson ahead of his appearance at Kirkcudbright Book Week.
Having spent twenty-seven years in the Metropolitan Police, Ian is now a full-time writer. Six of his crime novels have been published and Rubicon is currently in development with the BBC for a six-part TV series.
In the interview by Book Week Society Chair Chris Walker and author Gerry Hassan, Ian talks about his passion for writing. You can hear the interview, and others in the series, at https://kbtbookweek.podbean.com/e/meet-ian-robinson/
Ian will feature in Book Week on Monday February 27 when Broughton House in High Street hosts Walk on the Dark Side, in which he will appear with fellow crime writers Jackie Baldwin, Ann Bloxwich and John Dean, who will explore the art of crime writing, illustrated through examples from their novels. The event starts at 7. 30pm and tickets are £7.
How to acquire your tickets
Tickets for both paid-for and a number of the free events during Kirkcudbright Book Week 2023 can be booked by visiting http://www.eventbrite.co.uk and searching for Kirkcudbright Book Week Collection where all the events are listed. Alternatively, a direct link can be accessed via the book week website’s Acquire Your Tickets section at https://www.kirkcudbrightbookweek.org/buy-your-tickets/