The author interviews are now back by popular demand! To kick off another round, first up is Samantha Wood- author of an Amazon charts bestseller and one of the sweetest people I know! She is busy working on her third book and I cannot thank her enough for taking out the time to chat with me! Continue reading “Author Interview: Samantha Wood, Author of The Bay of Shadows”
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”
Nick Rippington is an author proudly basking in the glow of winning his first award for his debut novel Crossing The Whitewash. He originally hails from Bristol and is a fanatical Gashead- that is a supporter of Bristol Rovers. He has worked on six national newspapers, a myriad of local ones up and down the UK and two sports news agencies. He currently works on the sports desk of the Daily Star and the backbench of the Daily Star Sunday. Continue reading “Author Interview: Nick Rippington, Author of Crossing the Whitewash”
Julie Fisher is passionate about democracy, linked as it is to improved economic performance, increased equality, political stability, good governance and the avoidance of war. Continue reading “AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Julie Fisher, Author of Importing Democracy”