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Blog Tour: The One That I Want, by Lynne Shelby

Lynne Shelby's second book, The One That I Want, just came out- and it's such a good read that I had to be a part of the blog tour! Find out what I thought of it- plus Lynne's thoughts on writing and author-dom- below. Interview What made you want to be an author? I can’t remember a… Continue reading Blog Tour: The One That I Want, by Lynne Shelby

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Guest Blog: An Interview with Rose Servitova

Regency writer extraordinaire Rose Servitova is no stranger to the world of Jane Austen. With her debut novel reimagining the inner lives two of Pride and Prejudices' funniest characters, she's going even further into the world of Regency England by completing Jane Austen's unfinished novel, The Watsons. Curious to know what inspired her? I definitely was-… Continue reading Guest Blog: An Interview with Rose Servitova

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Book launch: Vicious Rumer, by Joshua Winning

Several drafts, and several months, after Josh first approached me, I'm really pleased to be part of his book launch for Vicious Rumer. Edgy, dark and compelling, the book was one that I ripped through in a few days, and really enjoyed to boot. After the book, I thought I'd find out more about Josh-… Continue reading Book launch: Vicious Rumer, by Joshua Winning

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An Interview: 29 Seconds, by T.M Logan

Why did you decide to become a writer? I’ve loved to write for as long as I can remember. That instinct took me into journalism, and then into a communications role, but it wasn’t until I hit my mid-thirties that I started taking fiction writing seriously. It took me the best part of ten years… Continue reading An Interview: 29 Seconds, by T.M Logan

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An Interview with Kristen Ciccarelli

The debut author of this years' summer fantasy must-read (and first of the Iskari Trilogy), The Last Namsara, Kristen Ciccarelli has definitely made her mark on the YA fiction scene. Growing up in Pennsylvannia, she channelled her love of making up and telling stories into writing growing up on her grandfather's grape farm, before making… Continue reading An Interview with Kristen Ciccarelli