Author Interviews

14 November 2017

My Top 10 Tips For Writing Historical Fiction By Daniel Peltz

Daniel Peltz has just released his new historical fiction novel, The Indomitable Chiesa di Santa Maria, which is an incredible story of endurance and faith as it follows a church ...

14 November 2017

5 Ways To Create An Entertaining Children’s Book

by Mike Bayliss author of The Bedtimeasnaurus (published by Bespoke Book Publishing 14th November 2017) With many books being read to children its important that the book draws in not only the child ...

13 November 2017

10 Things You Should Know About Susan Hogan…And Cozy Heroines

Susan Hogan is the protagonist of my Oak Grove Mystery series. I meant her to be a bit different than the stereotypical cozy heroine. To some extent, I succeeded, because ...

10 November 2017

10 Things My Readers Might Like To Know About Me By D K Hood

 I was the one around the campfire telling stories to frighten the other kids. The one watching a scary movie and laughing with glee rather than hiding under the seat. ...

10 November 2017

Ten Things You Need To Know About Author R. L. Waterman

The debut novel of author R. L. Waterman, A Year in the Life of Jack Meadows, hit the shelves earlier this year. Now you can find out more about the ...

10 November 2017

How Nutrition Can Enhance Fertility

If you are thinking of starting a family or you have been "trying" for a baby for some time, taking some of these steps may help enhance your fertility and ...

9 November 2017

10 Things My Readers Might Not Know About Me By Shalini Boland

My dreams (nightmares) nearly always involve the characters and settings that I’m currently writing about. For example, last night I dreamt that I’d abducted a baby and tried to hide ...

9 November 2017

Susannah Constantine Discusses Her New Book 'After The Snow'

What Not To Wear's Susannah Constantine has written her first novel- After The Snow- so we caught up with her to find out why this is the perfect Chrsitmas gift for 2018.  ...

9 November 2017

Review: The Sleighmaker: A Christmas Story That’s Never Been Told By Ian Shepherd

An engrossing read with a magical twist at the end, this unashamedly traditional and memorable Christmas tale will delight children and adults alike. Set in the 1890s, The Sleighmaker harks ...

8 November 2017

Giving Birth To A Novel Vs Giving Birth To A Child By Ellen Wiles

Giving birth to a child for the first time is one of life’s most agonising yet rewarding moments. But publishing my first novel, The Invisible Crowd, has felt like another ...

7 November 2017

Exclusive Extract From The Pocket Encyclopedia of Aggravation By Laura Lee

It has been more than 15 years since that August afternoon when the idea for a book bit me on the leg. I was sitting beside a pond, lazily contemplating ...

7 November 2017

10 Happiness Tricks I’ve Learnt From My Dog

By Deana Luchia My dog Harry is a little one-eyed Bichon Frise. Despite being kept for seven years in terrible conditions on a puppy farm, Harry is always happy. This ...

7 November 2017

Why We Need Strong Female Characters In Today's Fiction By SD Hancock

Strong female characters are imperative in today’s fiction.  Women are starting to make their mark in a world still dominated by men.  With women showing up in all areas, law ...

7 November 2017

Exclusive Extract From At The End Of The Century By Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

Ram Kumar could not remember his father, who had been a printer and had died of a sudden fever, leaving his wife and five small children to be supported by ...

3 November 2017

Harry Judd Discusses His New Book 'Get Fit, Get Happy'

Health and wellness advocate Harry Judd released his new book Get Fit, Get Happy last month so we caught up with him to talk about his debut.  Please tell us ...
3 November 2017

Cerrie Burnell's Top Tips For Writing Stories For Children

Children’s author Cerrie Burnell has shared her top tips for writing a great story as she joins the panel of Amazon’s national short story competition. The competition is looking for ...

2 November 2017

Emelie Schepp Discusses Her New Novel 'Marked For Revenge'

To celebrate the success of Emelie Schepp's new book Marked for Revenge- we spoke to her about the importance of belief in your own work.  Did you have any idea ...

2 November 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Anna Snoekstra

As a child I barely spoke. I had problems hearing, which thankfully I’ve grown out of, and so I had a terrible lisp when speaking. I was so embarrassed about ...

2 November 2017

Why I Love To Write Science Fiction By S.J. Kincaid

I feel that to know this world and existence is to seek escape from it. One way is fantasy, novels where the rules of reality work in a completely different ...

2 November 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Emily Suvada

I studied math and astrophysics at college, and have always been passionate about science. Viewing the world through a scientific lens adds a beautiful dimension to the world. Every natural ...

2 November 2017

A Typical Christmas At My House By Elaine Everest

With my birthday on Christmas Eve – I was born at twenty minutes to midnight – I feel as though I wait all year for a celebration and then two ...

2 November 2017

Exclusive Extract From Little Miss Shy Goes Online Dating

Little Miss Contrary couldn’t wait to offer her advice. She’d been on all sorts of dates. Speed dates with Mr Rush, cheap dates with Mr Mean, expensive dates with Mr ...

2 November 2017

A Day In The Life Of Me By Gill Paul

When I’m in the middle of a new novel, my sleep pattern is appalling. I can’t seem to switch off my brain, so at 4am I’ll be lying awake working ...

2 November 2017

10 More Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Sue Moorcroft

After sharing ten things with us last year- Sue Moorcroft has kindly decided to tell us a little bit more about herself to mark the release of her new book ...

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