Category Archives: Guest Authors

Jack Janson and the Storm Caller by Andrew Marsh

I am delighted that my friend and fellow Swanwicker, Andrew Marsh has chosen to visit my blog to tell readers about his new book, published this month. Tell us all about it, Andrew. Thank you for including me on your blog. Val. I appreciate your support in helping me reach my audience. My new book …

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Being a Detective by Stuart Gibbon and Stephen Wade

Crime writers are, by the nature of their work, blessed with excellent imaginations. However, if you are writing a police procedural novel, you want the procedures to be as accurate as possible. Enter Stephen Wade and Stuart Gibbon with their new book Being a Detective. I am particularly pleased that Stuart Gibbon has taken time …

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When Your Characters Take Over by guest author Sue Barnard

I am delighted that my friend and fellow author has made time to visit my blog today and discuss the characters in her novels. I often hear my characters talking to me, and I’m glad I’m not alone in that. Thank you for this interesting article, Sue. Nina’s story really began back in 2012, although …

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Playing both Sides by guest author Jane Risdon

I am delighted to welcome my good friend and fellow author, Jane Risdon to the blog today to discuss the challenges of getting books published and the tasks required when self-publishing. I am thrilled to have Jane share her knowledge. Thank you for brining such an interesting article to my blog. My first piece of …

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Mapping the Scenes of a Chapter by guest author Mason Bushell

I am delighted to have my friend and fellow author, Mason Bushell visit my blog today to share her experience of mapping the scenes of chapters in her writing. Thank you so much for visiting, Mason and for sharing your writing tips with me and my readers today. To have a balanced well written story …

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The 5 Questions of Writing by guest author Raven McAllan, also writing as Katy Lilley

Today, I am thrilled to have my friend Raven McAllen discuss her writing habits on the blog today. Thank you for joining me, Raven. I am so happy to learn all about your writing life. 1) When do you write? I’m an early riser and often get up to write before anyone else in the …

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The 5 Questions of Writing by guest author Louis K Lowy

It is a great pleasure to have the noted American author, Louis K Lowy, share his writing habits with us on the blog today. Louis has three published novels, Die Laughing, Pedal and To Dream (Anatomy of a Humachine #1). All of these have received critical acclaim. I am grateful to Louis for taking time …

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Assassin by Day and Catalyst by Night by guest author, Tessa Robertson

We are really in luck today! Best-selling author Tessa Robertson has agreed to share excerpts from two of her novels, the best-selling book, Assassin by Day and also her new novel, Catalyst by Night. Thank you so much for this great treat, Tessa. Blurb Assassin By Daymybook.to/assassinday What would you do if the mystery to your …

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The 5 Questions of Writing by guest author Lynne Hallett

Good friends are always precious. However, when you are an author, the job can be rather solitary by nature, therefore the importance of friendship is amplified. It is therefore a special treat to have my good friend and fellow Swanwicker, Lynne Hallett, visit the blog today to discuss her writing habits. When I started writing …

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5 Questions of Writing by guest author Rosie Travers

I am thrilled to have my friend and fellow Crooked Cat author, Rosie Travers, visit my blog today to discuss her writing habits. Rosie’s new novel, Your Secret’s Safe with Me sounds fabulous and is in my TBR pile. (I am so looking forward to reading it, I may have to shuffle the pile! When …

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