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Oct
4

Author Julia Ibbotson talks about her writing career and her upcoming releases

Hi folks, today I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Julia Ibbotson, fellow member of the Leicester chapter of the Romantic Novelists’ association, the Belmont Belles, over to my blog.   Julia has kindly agreed to answer some of my burning questions about her rather varied writing career so far and it’s a great thrill to have her here today. So here goes:   Hi Julia, can I start...
Jul
23

Debut Author Lynda Stacey joins me to tell all about her ‘ House of Secrets’.

Today I’m absolutely delighted to welcome fellow Yorkshire based writer Lynda Stacey to my blog; her debut novel ‘House of Secrets’ has been released this week. Hi Lynda and thanks for popping over to answer a few questions about your new book and writing in general. First of all let me say that I’ve read ‘House of Secrets’ and it really is a scorcher. It is set against...
May
12

‘Going Against Type’ – sounds like a cool summer read from Sharon Black

I’m delighted to welcome Sharon Black as a guest author on my blog today to discuss her new release, ‘Going Against Type’.   Hello and welcome, Sharon. I’ve been reading a little about your book ‘Going Against Type’, and I see that your heroine, Charlotte Regan, spends some of her time surfing in the Atlantic. Do you have any personal experience of surfing either in the Atlantic or...
Feb
11

Mary O’Sullivan’s new release ‘Thicker than Water’.

I’m delighted to welcome author Mary O’Sullivan to my website today as part of a tour for her gripping thriller from Tirgearr Publishing, ‘Thicker than Water’. Mary has offered to give us her perspective on ‘people watching’  and why it is such an important skill for an author.       Observing People   Advice frequently given to authors is to write about...
Jun
23

Interview with Leigh Archer, author of ‘Alpha Match’

      Leigh Archer writes romance novels set in her native South Africa. She has always had a love affair with Africa’s wild open spaces, the intensity of its people and sunsets. Her love of storytelling began as a child when she spent every spare moment playing barefoot in golden grass, watching wild creatures, learning to track spoor and dreaming up heroes and heroines dynamic enough to stand out in all...

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