Sherron Mayes

Today I am talking with Sherron Mayes.  Writing as S.D. Mayes, Sherron worked as a journalist for nearly twenty years before turning her hand to fiction. Inspired by the bizarre but factual events of Hitler’s obsession with the supernatural, along with her mother’s terrifying wartime memories, Letters to the Pianist is her first historical suspense READ MORE

Amy Miller

Today, I have the pleasure to be talking with Amy Miller, who uses the nickname AEM to sign her books. She is the author of the Endeavor Series and other random literature. Most of the time she’s spotted with her nose in a book or clicking away on a laptop. Her main fantasy series, based READ MORE

Isabella Muir

Today I am talking with Isabella Muir who, having spent twenty-five years editing and managing the production of health-related training materials, rediscovered her love of writing fiction during two happy years working on and completing her MA in Professional Writing. Since then she has published a number of novels and a short story collection. Could READ MORE

S. S. Bazinet

Today I am talking with author S. S. Bazinet who tells me her fondest wish is that her stories entertain her readers and also provide them with moments of clarity and a deeper connection to themselves. Her books include The Vampire Reclamation Project series, the Sentenced to Heaven series, as well as the YA thriller, READ MORE

S.L. Grigg

Today I am talking to S. L. Grigg who is hosting a blog tour to celebrate the six month anniversary of the release of Coffee Break Companion. During the tour from 28th August to 3rd September 2018 you can pick up a copy of Coffee Break Companion for just 99p. Sharon Grigg, who writes under READ MORE

Colette McCormick

Today I am talking to Colette McCormick who was born and raised in Sheffield and remains a ‘Yorkshire lass’ at heart despite living in County Durham since the 1980’s. In 2013 Wergener’s Granulomatous caused her kidneys to fail which meant she needed regular dialysis sessions. However, after 18 months on dialysis, and totally unexpectedly, her READ MORE

Imogen Matthews

I am really happy today to be talking to Imogen Matthews who lives in the beautiful University town of Oxford. Before she wrote The Hidden Village, she published two romantic fiction e-novels under her pen name, Alex Johnson. The Hidden Village is published by Amsterdam Publishers, based in the Netherlands. Can you tell us a READ MORE

Tayler Macneill

I am happy to be talking today to Tyler Macneill who, before writing her debut novel, mainly wrote poetry which has been published through The American Poet Society. She has also written song lyrics for a few of Paramount’s musicians which is up for grabs in their country catalogue. Currently she is working on four READ MORE

Andreas Wisst

I am really happy today to be talking to Andreas Wisst who, from a young age was fascinated by storytelling and history. This developed into an interest into science and research as well as unconventional theories and para-science ideas. He developed a burning interest and indestructible curiosity, which he stubbornly maintains with his enthusiasm for READ MORE

Vivien Brown

I am really happy to be talking today to Viv Brown who lives in Uxbridge, Middlesex, with her husband and two cats. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and a Council member and Fellow of the Society of Women Writers and Journalists Could you tell us about yourself. I have been writing READ MORE