I've been very open about the process of writing and serialising Mrs Darcy, and you can find lots of articles about it on my blog: take a look here. The very first mention of it is here, incidentally.
I've also written a few posts for other blogs.
First of all, back in January 2010, I wrote a piece for Flash Fiction Chronicles about how flash fiction influenced the creative process and how I hit upon the idea of serialising the book.
Then in March of that year I was invited to provide a guest post at Risky Regencies. This was more than a little scary as I was one of the first male guests to be invited in. Worse than that, the only other previous male guest was a romance cover model. Stiff competition indeed.
In May, I turned up at Ziggy Kinsella's Feckless Goblin to talk about how I found an audience by effectively giving the book away for free.
In June, I bagged a Thirsty Thursday spot at G.L.Drummond's Feral Intensity. Unfortunately, most of the links in the piece are broken now that the serialisation has been taken down. But it does give a good overview of the concept.
Finally (for the moment), here's a piece that I did for the Bristol Short Story Prize website. I was shortlisted in their competition last year, and they're always interested to keep up with what's going on.