Anglesey, by the way, is a place. Not a person. It’s a small island off the coast of North Wales, in the United Kingdom. Only twenty-eight miles at its widest point, the population is less than seventy thousand, and the sun always seems to shine. Well, that’s how it felt as a child. I spent most of my summer holidays there, and then returned several times a year as an adult. To me, it feels like my second home.
And now, even though I live twelve thousand miles away, I can re-visit through my books. My latest release, POLE POSITION, is set mostly there, and it’s a key location in the TALISMAN series too.
What is it about our favourite places? Why do we keep going back? For me it was a combination of wild, open countryside, beautiful deserted beaches, and…
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