Category Archives: Guest Authors

Write The Book You Want To Read by guest author Sue Barnard

I am happy to have the talented author, Susan Barnard visiting my blog today to tell us about her writing journey. It is always interestng to learn how writers became authors. Over to you, Sue. It all began way back in 2012, with a surprising prompt: Write The Book You Want To Read. In the …

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The Cold, Cold Sea by Linda Huber

It is my great pleasure to host my friend and fellow author, Linda Huber on the blog today. Linda grew up in Glasgow, Scotland, but went to work in Switzerland for a year aged twenty-two, and has lived there ever since. Her day jobs have included working as a physiotherapist in hospitals and schools for …

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It’s a Wild Crime Writing Life by guest author Wendy Jones

I am delighted to host my friend and fellow crime writer, Wendy Jones on the blog today. Here she talks about her writing career, her new novel Antiques and Alibis and her new publishing contract. Over to you, Wendy. Life sometimes takes strange twists and turns, and mine is certainly testament to this. My career …

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Writing the Brotherhood by guest author Jo Fenton

I am delighted to host my friend and fellow author, Jo Fenton on my blog today. She has recently published her brilliant debut novel, The Brotherhood. Over to you, Jo! Let me take you back to a morning in October 2011… There’s the usual scrum in the kitchen, hubby making his breakfast and washing up; …

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Bone Deep by guest author, Sandra Ireland

I am very excited that talented author, Sandra Ireland has agreed to share an extract from her new novel Bone Deep, on my blog today. It is an exciting story told by an original voice. Thank you for this incite into your book, Sandra. Bone Deep deals with question of what happens when you fall …

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Night driver by guest author Marcelle Perks

Heavily pregnant Frannie is facing a crisis. An English woman living in Germany, her marriage is failing, her language skills are hopeless, and she feels like a fish out of water in a foreign country. In a positive effort to tackle her problems she learns to drive so she can cope when her baby is …

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Sweatpants At Tiffanie’s by guest author Pernille Hughes

Sweatpants At Tiffanie’s will be published on August 3rd, 2018 in ebook followed by paperback on October 18th, by HarperImpulse. My friend and fellow author Pernille Hughes has taken time out today to stop by and visit my blog to tell me about it. Thank you for this – now over to you, Pernille! This is …

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A Life-Changing Experience by guest author Lynne Hallett

‘Writing makes my soul sing,’ says Lynne Hallett, author of nine books for children. Today I am thrilled to have my friend from Swanwick Writers’ Summer School, Lynne Hallett who shares her writing journey with me. Thank you for joining me, Lynne. When I was little I never dreamed of being a writer. I wanted …

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My Writing and Me by Guest Author Allison Symes

My friend and fellow author and Swanwicker, Allison Symes is making a welcome return to my blog today to explain her own writing journey. Thank you so much for making time to do that, Allison. Aliison’s first book, From Light to Dark and Back Again, is reviewed on this site: bookreviewstoday.info/2017/03/22/from-light-to-dark-and-back-again-by-allison-symes/. My flash fiction and …

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Path to Success and HellCorp by guest author Jonathan Whitelaw

I am glad to have the author of the successful new novel, Hell Corp, Jonathan Whitelaw, visit my blog today to discuss the influences on his writing throughout his life. Reading and writing fiction has always been a daily part of my life. My mother tells a story every Christmas how she was encouraged by …

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