Author Paddy Hall Invited to an Interview on BBC Radio Humberside
Author Paddy Hall was recently invited to attend an interview on BBC Radio Humberside hosted by David Burns to talk about her debut book release, Snort. In the interview, he discussed the writing process during the lockdown and what inspired him to start writing. You can watch the full interview here.
Snort is a heart-warming story following the journey of the last red dragon and his three friend mice as they set off to bring the valley back to its former glory. Filled with beautiful illustrations, rhythmic songs and well-developed characters, this novel will become a favourite of fantasy lovers. You can get your copy here.
Paddy Hall was born in 1945 and lives in Yorkshire with his wife, Marti, and his many pets. Being passionate about storytelling from a young age motivated him to start writing his first book during the lockdown. He worked as a drama teacher, youth worker, vice-principal, Ofsted inspector, consultant, governor, and broadcaster. He now sits on Boards of Trustees in Education, Health Care, and Wildlife Conservation.