An Interview With … Birte Hosken

Today I'm chatting to Birte Hosken, author of Petroc's Church and Let Wild Waves Roar about her writing processes, her ideas, and her plans for the future. Hi Birte - let's kick off with where the first ideas for a new novel come from for you? My first ideas for new stories/novels come initially from … Continue reading An Interview With … Birte Hosken

Catching up with … Elisabeth Hobbes

I last interviewed Elisabeth after her sixth book; she's been busy writing in the mean time and I'm chatting to her this morning about her nineth book, The Merchant's Secret. Her tenth book is due out soon - see below for further details! Hi - thanks for giving up some time to chat! I loved … Continue reading Catching up with … Elisabeth Hobbes

An Interview with … Jim Alexander

After something of a hiatus, it's lovely to be quizzing an author on writing tips and inspirations again. Today, I'm chatting to Jim Alexander about creative ideas, problems with desert islands, and his somewhat questionable approach to wine gums. His debut novel, GoodCopBadCop, is out now. Hi, Jim. Tell us a little about your writing to … Continue reading An Interview with … Jim Alexander

David Hewson’s Juliet and Romeo Blog Tour – an interview

Published by Dome Press, David Hewson's Juliet and Romeo is a fascinating new take on what is possibly the most famous of love stories. I've watched productions of Shakespeare's play countless times but have always felt that Juliet's character, so pivotal to events, often got lost in all the noise and posturing of the other … Continue reading David Hewson’s Juliet and Romeo Blog Tour – an interview

Madam Tulip and the Bones of Chance – Review and a conversation with David Ahern

David Ahern's Derry O'Donnell, together with her fortune-reading alter-ego Madam Tulip, is now on her third adventure, this time in the highlands of Scotland. I was very happy to see that familiar characters are back - there's much to love about Derry's opportunistic father, this time embroiled in buying an ancestral home, and Derry's ever … Continue reading Madam Tulip and the Bones of Chance – Review and a conversation with David Ahern