Sunday, 28 April 2013

Heroic Blog Tour: Phil Earle Quick Fire Round


I am insanely excited to have the amazing Phil Earle here today.  I absolutely love Phil's books - I don't know if you've read them, but they are insanely, addictively, ridiculously good.  But we are here for just one of his awesome books today and that is Heroic.  Heroic is absolutely amazing and I can't wait for you all to read it!!  I hope you enjoy the Quick Fire!



Hi Phil!  Thank you so much for coming today – I’m a huge fan! :)
Hiya, thanks for inviting me…

Describe Heroic in one sentence.
It’s S.E. Hinton’s ‘The Outsiders’ meets the film ‘The Hurt Locker’.

Which of the characters you’ve created is your favourite?
In HEROIC, it’s Wiggy, a fast-talking, chain-smoking wide boy. He was inspired by a very good pal of mine.

Book or film?
Film, though I’ll probably get shot down for saying it. Once a reluctant reader, always a reluctant reader…

Real life worlds or fictional ones?
Real life, definitely. There’s amazing drama in everyday lives…

Phil reading his debut, Being BillySad books or funny ones?
Can I have both? Or a mixture of? Good writers can do both with ease.

Pen&paper or computer?
Computer, always. Laptop, on the X68 bus.

Your fave book of 2012?
‘The Fault in Our Stars’, predictable I know, sorry!

2013 book you’re most looking forward to?
I think I’ve already read it, ‘Every Day’ by David Levithan. It’s an absolute corker.

Favourite all-time book?
Depends what day of the week you ask me…today it’s probably ‘Skellig’, tomorrow ‘The Book Thief’, the next day…I’m sure you get the drift.

Thank you so much again, Phil!
Pleasure, hope you enjoy HEROIC…

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Previous Stop On The Heroic Blog Tour: I Want To Read That
Next Stop On The Heroic Blog Tour: Fluttering Butterflies


I did enjoy it, Phil, don't worry!  And I know everyone else will too!   
Find out more about Phil and his books on his site: Phil Earle or follow him on Twitter: @philearle.  :)
Oh, and check out the trailer.  It rocks!

1 comment:

Lucy said...

So glad The Fault in Our Stars was one of the answers! I should probably read this soon. Awesome stop! :D