Dorothy McIntosh with her dog Bruin.
When The Book of Stolen Tales was released in 2013 they asked, "Is D.J. McIntosh the new Dan Brown?- The Globe and Mail
I've been lucky enough to read The Angel of Eden before its release on June 23rd/2015 and I'm not disappointed. John Madison takes you on a mystical, and at times harrowing and tortuous adventure.
You have lived with this man,(in your head) for the last six years. How can you let such a great character go? Or is it time for you to move on to something else?
Do you enjoy writing from the male point of view? Many writers have a preference. Do you?
So, trilogy, series or stand alone. You also write short stories. Can you give us a peek into what you will be writing next. Would you write another trilogy?
The publishing world is changing like everything else. Pam personally goes with the flow. But others fight it. Are all the changes inevitable? What is your take on this?
John Madison's adventures would translate well to the big screen - any thoughts on who you'd like to portray him?
That you've done your research on the background of these books is very evident. Did you ever find yourself getting lost in the research at the expense of time spent creating the story?
During your research did you unearth any interesting facts that didn't make it into the pages of the tale?
Mark your calendar folks for this evening panel discussion at Indigo, Bay and Bloor, Toronto. It's sure to be an interesting evening. The Angel of Eden will be the star.
D.J. (Dorothy) McIntosh is a Toronto-based writer of novels and short mystery fiction. A member of the Canadian Society for Mesopotamian Studies, she's a strong advocate for press freedom. She supports the Committee To Protect Journalists and Reporters Without Borders.