I’m delighted to welcome Angela Wren for my very first author interview of 2016. Angela and I are both members of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and we’ve actually met in real life a few times – besides which, Angela is a fellow Yorkshire lass, so we’ve met for tea and cake on several occasions :)…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Angela Wren
My guest today spends her writing time dreaming up cold-blooded murders and suspicious deaths. I’m being very careful to let Lesley Cookman taste our Victoria sponge cake first – you never know, with these mystery writers! Welcome to rainy Yorkshire, Lesley. Good to meet you! Whereabouts do you live, Lesley? On the North Kent Coast…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Lesley Cookman
Another month has gone by, and it’s time for another Round Robin. This month the topic is “What keeps you glued to a story?” What a great question! As a writer, I was really interested to know what sorts of things kept readers turning the pages way past bedtime, and so yesterday I posted the…… Continue reading What makes a page-turning read?
Praise Her, Praise Diana, by Anne Rothman-Hicks and Ken Hicks, is a novel some readers may find difficult to read due to the subject matter. Today I’m starting with an extract from the novel, and then, in a twist to my usual interview, Ken and Anne interview themselves about the reason why they wrote the…… Continue reading Praise Her, Praise Diana: a hard-hitting novel with plenty of twists
What a wet and windy day it is today. Autumn is definitely here . The wind has blown loads of leaves onto my front path, and the pavement outside is all soggy with them. Time for my boots and mittens! But at least the rain provides a good excuse to put the central heating on…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Sheryl Browne
I’m delighted to welcome a fellow Irishman today, and I’m looking forward to chatting about books and writing and all the places in the world he’s visited. Philip Coleman is a fellow author at MuseItUp Publishing. To try and make Philip feel at home in my English county of Yorkshire, I’ve cooked up a big…… Continue reading Good to meet you…author Philip Coleman