This mix is partly the kind of music Gosha likes–Bowie, Grace Jones, Roxy Music–and music that expresses what it feels like to be her.
Patrician, entitled, glamorous, and ruthless in the pursuit of power, Euphemia Graham is a sorcerer and master-spy with her lips pressed to the ear of the Crown.
The character of Johnny’s friend and onetime lover, Sir Wilfred Stepney, is based on two painters: Lucian Freud, who wasn’t gay, and David Hockney, who is.
When creating a dynamic character to carry your story, it’s important that they be strongly motivated to drive the plot forward. It makes them more interesting, and the story a lot more fun. When I was writing the first novel in The Witch of Cheyne Heath series, Waking the Witch, I was researching psychological models…
What a surprise to come across Shreya’s van on our way to a hike on Mt. Agamenticus in southern Maine!