A blog interview with Vaughn at Everything I Wished For
" I was reasonably confident I could pull off Conan Doyle: I was already familiar with his canon, so my character research entailed re-reading the stories, poring through biographies, and then reading his collected letters... I did, however, have major reservations when it came to Oscar Wilde. Could I convincingly capture the essence of one of the world's greatest wits?"
Vaughn is interviewed at British Weekly
"Early on in the creative process, when I was still kicking ideas around, I decided that J.G. Barrie, the author of Peter Pan, would make a great sidekick."
The Book Plank chats with Vaughn
"A few years back I read a writing book writing that challenged the writer to identify his/her personal heroes. After ruminating on the question for a month, only one figure sprung to mind: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle."
Vaughn is interviewed as Arthur Conan Doyle by Titan Books
"All writers hope their work will live on. But, in all honesty, I never expected that the public would be so enamoured of my little detective fictions that they would still be enormously popular nearly a century after my death."