It’s book blog tour time again, folks! For this tour, I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing bestselling author and former detective Caroline Mitchell. She’s here to shine a light on detective live and talk about her upcoming thriller, Truth and Lies! This is the first time I’ve ever interviewed a police detective, so this was super exciting for me. I hope you enjoy her … Continue reading Author Interview: Caroline Mitchell with Truth and Lies!
We have a very special guest here on the blog today. I am super excited to feature her not only because she is a debut novelist, brilliant academic, and talented writer, but also because she was my lecturer! She was an inspiration to me during my time at university, so I am really happy to give her the floor in my little book-nook of the … Continue reading Author Interview: Vanessa Harbour and Flight!
What’s not to love about Elizabethan drama, a brutal murder, and a past riddled with secrets? The Searcher of the Dead is the first in a new series, and one which I hope continues to grow with each new installment. However, what does it take to write a historical crime? And how does it feel to start a brand new series? We’re about to find … Continue reading Author Interview: Nancy Herriman and Searcher of the Dead!
This March is full of author interviews here on Why Words Work! It’s been so exciting to feature so many wonderful authors. Learning about their hopes, fears, and writing tricks has been a learning experience for me as a writer. (And I hope you’ve learned something new too!) As such, I am thrilled to feature another author here today. Namely, dark fantasy author Gina Dickerson! … Continue reading Author Interview: Gina Dickerson and The Mortiswood Series!
Hello my friends! It’s another blog tour stop here on Why Words Work. And today, we’ve got best selling fantasy author James Maxwell popping in for an interview. James Maxwell is the bestselling author of The Evermen Saga and The Shifting Tides series, and has previously ranked in the top 5 bestselling authors on Amazon worldwide. The final book in The Shifting Tides series, Iron … Continue reading Author Interview: James Maxwell and The Shifting Tides Series!
Today on Why Words Work, I am very pleased to host The Hope and Anchor Blog Tour! When I was sent the blurb for this book, I was fascinated to learn more about the author. And what do you know? She’s stopped by for a visit! Julia Kite is an ex-Londoner living in Manhattan. Obsessed with cities and the people in them, she started her career … Continue reading Author Interview: Julia Kite – The Hope and Anchor!
Mythical creatures. Giant robots. Intergalatic destinies. Magical mysteries. Keith Yatsuhashi’s novels, Kojiki and Kokoro, stretch across the divide between fantasy and sci-fi. Their vibrant, action-packed worlds have inspired many fans of the speculative fiction genre. Not only because of they’re ability to blend magic with science, but also because of the underlying passion that runs beneath the narrative. Today on Why Words Work, we meet … Continue reading Author Interview: Keith Yatsuhashi – Kojiki and Kokoro
Natasha Sapienza is a writer, actress, Christian, blogger and Youtuber. She is super passionate about relationships; when she isn’t helping her husband with his filmaking, or raising her two sons Arrow and Braven, she is encouraging women by teaching them confidence, self-respect, and relationship advice. While she has three non-fiction e-books under her belt, Prodigy Prince is her first fictional novel. What’s it about, you … Continue reading Author Interview: Natasha Sapienza and Prodigy Prince
We’ve got another debut author today on Why Words Work! Publishing her first book, Revived, in 2018, we’re going to ask Jenna Morland how it feels to be an almost published writer! Let’s get to it! First things first: Congratulations on your debut novel! How does it feel to know that your book will soon be in print? It feels surreal. I don’t think I … Continue reading Author Interview: Jenna Morland and Revived!
Private investigators, steampunk elements, unpaid debts and science fictional marvels. If any of those words sparked your interest, then you’re going to love today’s guest. Today on Why Words Work, I am joined by the wonderful Rod Duncan! Author of The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire – a three book series following the adventures of private investigator Elizabeth Barnabus – Rod Duncan is a fantastic sci-fi writer. … Continue reading Author Interview: Rod Duncan and The Gaslit Empire!
I have a very special guest today on Why Words Work! With a story that has been over ten years in the making, this author has worked so hard to bring her book out into the world. As soon as I saw her over on my Twitter, I knew that I had to interview her and find out just how she did it. Today I … Continue reading Author Interview: Alicia Gaile and Trial by Song!
We’re doing something a little different today on Why Words Work. Today, we’re going to talk to a debut author, who’s book is scheduled to publish next year. This stage of the publishing process – nestled between the humble notebook, and placing the books on the shelves – is both daunting and exciting. I was eager to learn more about the feeling of a debut … Continue reading Author Interview: Tim Gabrielle and This Land of Monsters!