Las year I had the great pleasure of interviewing fantasy author M.S. Kaye here on my blog. (You can read our interview here.) And today I’m delighted to be part of her tour of her new fantasy novel, Clouded. Here’s the stunning cover: Clouded By M.S. Kaye A Sumerian water and sky god myth…… Continue reading Introducing Clouded, a new #fantasy novel by M.S. Kaye
Today I’m delighted to introduce debut author Kyla Phillips, whose urban fantasy novel has just been released by MuseItUp Publishing. I remember the sheer excitement of seeing my novel available for the first time, and I’m absolutely thrilled to share Kyla’s launch with her on my blog. Congratulations, Kyla! Agent of Light sounds a fabulous…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Kyla Phillips
It’s a great pleasure to welcome fantasy author James Crofoot back to my blog. James was last here with an interesting article on vampire myths, and how to tell if a vampire is really dead. Today he’s back to answer some questions about himself, to talk about his phenomenal work rate and to tell us…… Continue reading Fantasy author James Crofoot and his Necromancer series
I’m dusting down my geek today (not that it needs much dusting :) ) as author and online games writer Bryan Fields joins me this morning. I have a 1990s Sonic the Hedgehog games console in my study, and I’m going to brush up my long lost skills by offering Bryan a game :) Bryan’s…… Continue reading Good to meet you, author Bryan Fields…plus giveaway!
My guest today is drama teacher, writer, singer and insatiable book lover Christopher Mannino. Christopher’s love of reading, and his work with young people, inspired him to write YA fantasy – and Christopher’s well qualified to write in this genre, having studied mythology and literature both in the US and at Oxford. How cool is…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Christopher Mannino
I’m delighted to welcome a fellow Yorkshire writer to my blog today – the second Yorkshire author in a month! Maybe there is something in this northern English county of ours that’s inspiring people to write. I’d like to think it’s the windswept moors, so beloved of the Bronte sisters, or the Yorkshire Dales, or…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Mike Evers