Category Archives: Guest Authors

Character development throughout my crime fiction novels by guest author Emma Salisbury

I am delighted that one of my favourite crime writers, Emma Salisbury, has chosen to visit my blog on the publication day of her most recent novel, Absent. Emma draws such believable characters, particularly in DS Kevin Coupland and DC Alex Moreton, that they bring her stories to life readily. Thank you for sharing some insight on …

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How I Came to Write Deli Meat by guest author Tom Halford

I am delighted to host a visit from my friend and fellow crime writer, Tom Halford. His debut novel, Deli Meat is published by Crooked Cat Books on 17 September, 2018. Thank you for joining me here today, Tom. I grew up on murder. My parents love mysteries. My mom will read any crime novel …

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Music To Read By in Chasing the Case by guest author Joan Livingston

I am delighted to welcome my friend Joan Livingston to http://www.bookreveiwstoday.info . Joan is an author and her new mystery novel, Chasing the Case, is published by Crooked Cat Books. Thank you for joining me today, Joan. Tell me what Chasing the Case is about! It is about Isabel Long and the mystery she has …

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Is it a crime novel? By guest author Nancy Jardine

Today, my friend and fellow author, Nancy Jardine stops by my blog to discuss her books. Thank you, Nancy. Tell us about your work. I start with a very broad question because you write crime thriller novels, Val, but it’s one which I’ve been asked more than once while selling my novels at Book Fairs, …

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Hunter’s Chase by Val Penny by guest author Susan Roebuck

I have a new hero: Detective Inspect Hunter Wilson – tough when he needs to be but with a soft centre. Move over all you crime writers, there’s a new girl in town : Val Penny . She’s penned a crime thriller that is so well plotted with a myriad of believable characters that the …

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The Truthseeker by Heidi Catherine reviewed by guest author Susan Roebuck

This series just gets better and better. The Truthseeker sees the return of the Soulweavers, the Mother (although you might not recognise her), the Author and the new character the Truthseeker. Heidi Catherine’s imagination holds no bounds in this book : the reader visits a planet far away where humans are evolving into fish; then …

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The Butterfly Effect by guest author Heidi Catherine

I’m delighted that my friend and fellow author, Heidi Catherine from Australia is able to join me on my blog today. Heidi makes me laugh, not being able to decide if she prefers living in Melbourne or the Mornington Peninsula, she shares her time between both places. She is similarly pulled in opposing directions by …

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Book Clubs in Cocktail Bars by guest author Isabella May

I am delighted to be joined by my friend and fellow author, Isabella May. She is going to talk about cocktail bar trends, book clubs and her new book, The Cocktail Bar. Can Literary Musings and Mojitos really mix? Thank you so much, Val for inviting me to appear on your blog today. It’s lovely …

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Val Penny on Hunter’s Chase by guest author Dave Rigby

This article was initially published on 07 January 2018 on Yorkshire Writers’ Lunch at https://yorkshirewriterslunch.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/dave-rigby-interviews-val-penny Posted: 07 Jan 2018 10:30 PM PST     To start things off Val, can I ask how you began writing fiction? Was there a specific trigger? There was indeed a trigger, I began writing my first novel when I was …

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Forest Dancer by Sue Roebuck

Today, I am delighted that my friend and fellow author, Sue Roebuck is able to join me from Portugal to tell me about her most recent book, Forest Dancer. Thank you for letting me come and visit you today, Val. Forest Dancer, my new novel, takes place in Portugal as my previous book Rising Tide …

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