1.)   Quickly, give us the title and genre of your book and a 30-word or less tagline:
Off Flesh, gay horror. ‘A grey man, living a grey life, goes to a very grey convention. And meets Mr Wyndham. Sometimes grey is safer.’
2.)   Who is your favorite character and why?
Hmm, ‘Off Flesh’ doesn’t have a great deal of characters to choose from, but I’ll have to for the lead (he of no name), since he’s a bit of a fool. Looking to escape his mundane life by having an affair. Worst thing in the world to do another I think, and thus he deserves everything he gets. He’s very human, though. In turns weak, brave, and a self-preserving coward.
3.)   If you could change ONE thing about your novella, what would it be?  Why?
Make it bigger, more intense. Because there is much more scope to explore, so I guess there could a sequel.
4.)  Give us one interesting fun fact about your book or series:

It was originally set in a macabre version of Fawlty Towers (the setting of the eponymous BBC TV sitcom from the 1970s).
5.)   How can we contact you or find out more about your books?
Find me on goodreads.com or facebook.
6.)   What can we expect from you in the future?
More short stories and novellas, and the first book in my cross-genre saga, Seeker.
7.)   And now, before you go, how about a snippet from your book that is meant to intrigue and tantalize us:

‘I’d rather we took the stairs, actually,’ I said just as she pressed a thumb against the call button.

‘It’s only a lift,’ Meg said with a small laugh.  ‘Do you have claustrophobia?’

I shook my head.  ‘No, it’s not that.’

‘What is it, then?’

How could I explain to her? There was something very wrong about this lift.  I had no idea what but I instinctively knew something was up.