Although contemporary fiction isn’t usually my preferred cup of tea, I was pleasantly surprised by Hilary Grossman’s previous book, Plan Bea. Very cunningly, she managed to draw me into the story despite my efforts to the contrary, and before long, I was crying and laughing along with the characters! Generally, I’m one of those stuck-up reviewers who are never completely satisfied with a book, but Plan Bea got a full 5-stars from me! Continue reading “Author Interview: Hilary Grossman, Author of ‘Plan Cee’”
I had the good luck of reading award-winning author Tony Taylor’s first book, Counters. Many of you are well acquainted by how much I love history, so it’s no wonder that I fell in love with the Vietnam war backdrop of the book. Tony’s background was also very intriguing and we ended up doing this interview.
I had the wonderful opportunity of reading Anthony’s latest book, Set Free. And as I struck up a conversation with him, I realised I had never seen such a down-to-earth, humble celebrity before. So one thing followed another, and here we are! Continue reading “A Chat with Bestselling Author Anthony Bidulka”
Dan achieved a BFA in photography and metal working and since graduating, has done neither. By day he works in manufacturing. By night, often very late into the night, he writes and stalks America’s sub-cultures on the vast internets Continue reading “Author Interview: Daniel Straka, Author of A Wolf On the Loose”
Suzanne King is a very new Children’s Author based in Lincolnshire in the UK. Suzanne’s book “The Enchanted Beach Hut”, published by Crimson Cloak Publishing is her first book of fiction. Suzanne loves to read children’s books and The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang are just a few of her favourites. Suzanne has always enjoyed writing and has had numerous poems published in anthologies. Continue reading “Author Interview: Suzanne King, Author of The Enchanted Beach Hut”
William Carlsen has been a journalist for thirty years, a finalist for the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting and a winner of numerous journalism awards. A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, with a master’s degree in Journalism, he worked as a reporter for the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Erma Odrach lives with her family in Canada. Alaska or Bust and Other Stories, published by Crimson Cloak Publishing is her first book of fiction. She is now completing a novel Bank Street about an inner city street filled with crazy happenings and oddball characters. For many years she worked (and is still working) as a literary translator, translating the works of her late father, Theodore Odrach. Continue reading “Author Interview: Erma Odrach, Author of Alaska or Bust and Other Stories”