Author Interviews

18 September 2021

Seven things I’d like my readers to know about me by author Daniella Bernett

I’m smitten with crime. I thought it best to get this out in the open because I wouldn’t want any misunderstandings. If this revelation has triggered a bout of vertigo, ...

15 September 2021

Seven things readers might not know about me, by Imogen Matthews

To celebrate the release of her new book, The Girl Across The Wire Fence, we asked author Imogen Matthews to let us in on some interesting facts all about her! Here's ...
14 September 2021

Seven things I'd rather my readers didn't know about me, by Verity Bright

From Agatha Christie to Dorothy Sayers, in Golden Age crime it’s obligatory to have a scene towards the end of the book where the dastardly villain confesses to his murderous ...
10 September 2021

Seven things you didn't know about me, by Natalie Meg Evans

To celebrate the release of her new book, The Italian Girl's Secret, we asked author Natalie Meg Evans to let us in on some interesting facts all about her that not ...
27 August 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me, by Katherine Markland

To celebrate the release of her new book, If only he'd told her, we asked author Katherine Markland to join our 'seven things' series and let readers in on some fascinating ...
25 August 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me, by Leigh Russell

To celebrate the release of her latest book in the critically-acclaimed DI Geraldine Steel series, Deep Cover, we asked author Leigh Russell to take part in our 'seven things' series! ...
25 August 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me, by Lisa Cutts

To celebrate the release of her new book, Murder in the Village, we asked author Lisa Cutts to let us know a little more about her as part of our 'seven ...
19 August 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me, by Stephanie Butland

To celebrate the release of her new book Nobody's Perfect, we asked author Stephanie Butland to let us and her readers in on some interesting facts all about her! Here's what ...
18 August 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me, by A.A. Chaudhuri

To celebrate the release of her new novel She's Mine, we asked author A.A. Chaudhuri to let her readers know all about her as part of our 'seven things' series! Here's ...
17 August 2021

Exclusive interview with Forensic Psychologist and author, Kerry Daynes

Kerry Daynes, author of What Lies Buried, tells us about how she came to work in her respective field, notable clients, and her favourite TV shows! By accident! I originally ...
16 August 2021

Things I have learned on this writing journey of mine, by Sandy Taylor

To celebrate the recent release of her new novel The Irish Nanny, we asked author Sandy Taylor to put together an exclusive piece for us, all about what she's learned on ...
10 August 2021

Seven things I want my readers to know about me, by Lora Davies

To celebrate the release of her new novel, Daughter of the Shipwreck, we asked author Lora Davies to take part in our 'seven things' series, where writers let us in ...
5 August 2021

Seven things about me, by Naomi Gibson

Today (August 5th, 2021) marks the release of author Naomi Gibson's new novel, Every Line Of You. To celebrate, we asked her to reveal some interesting facts all about her, so ...
5 August 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Daisy Wood

- I’m a late developer! I’ve had several children’s books published under various names but The Clockmaker’s Wife is my first book for adults and I’m in my sixties. Don’t ...

2 August 2021

Seven things about me, by Merryn Allingham

To celebrate the release of her new book, The Bookshop Murder, we asked author Merryn Allingham to let readers know a little more about her... 1. My parents married in India—my mother ...
28 July 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about my new book by Carly Schabowski

The research for this novel was arduous! I was working full-time, teaching and writing my PhD whilst writing this novel, and I can’t quite believe that I ever managed to ...

22 July 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Sonia Velton, author of The Image of Her

1. I am Myers-Briggs type INTP: This makes me very good at sitting alone in my ivory tower writing, but also very good at changing my mind. My debut novel ...

20 July 2021

How much of yourself should you put into a semi-autobiographical novel? by Lindsey Salatka

I started writing my novel, Fish Heads and Duck Skin, as a memoir about my time living as an expat in China with my family, but I soon felt constrained ...

15 July 2021

A day in the life of author Lucie Whitehouse

Left to my own devices, I can easily sit at my desk all day, and when a deadline is approaching, I often do. If the deadline’s really close – within ...
14 July 2021

Seven things you may not know about me, by S. E. Lynes

To celebrate the release of her new book Her Sister's Secret, author S. E. Lynes has opened up about seven things her readers may not know about her... 1. I am, or at ...
13 July 2021

Author Sarah Langan tells us about the history of women’s rage and its depiction in fiction

Author of Good Neighbours, Sarah Langan, has written an incredibly insightful and thoughtful account of how women's rage has been percieved in fiction; a must-read as it is a deep collection ...

10 July 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Ellen Alpsten, author of Tsarina

I was born in the Kenyan highlands, where my father worked as a Veterinary Surgeon. His task was to keep track of the Somali herdsmen and stem the spread of ...

8 July 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me, by Barbara Josselsohn

To celebrate the release of her new book The Lily Garden, we asked author Barbara Josselsohn to let us in on seven things she'd like her readers to know about her! Here's ...