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Fanning the Flames of History: The Burning Chambers by Kate Mosse
Posted by Hazel Gaynor in > Historical Fiction > Interviews

After the phenomenal success of her 2005 multi-million copy bestseller Labyrinth, and the novels, Sepulchre and Citadel, that completed the Languedoc trilogy, Kate Mosse returns to her trademark historical adventure...

Telling Tales: The Fabulous Lives of Anita Leslie by Penny Perrick
Posted by Penny Perrick in > Interviews > Memoir > Non Fiction

Biographers are not universally loved. James Joyce called us ‘biografiends’ and Edmund de Waal, although acclaimed for his family memoir, The Hare with Amber Eyes, a book both tender and...

Introducing Alvina Knightly: One Mad, Bad B*itch by Chloé Esposito
Posted by Chloé Esposito in > Crime > Interviews > Women's Fiction

My debut novel, Mad, has been described as “this summer’s raciest read” and ‘Gone Girl plus” by The Daily Telegraph. It is a sexy thriller with a darkly comic voice...

Finding Wilde’s Women by Eleanor Fitzsimons
Posted by Eleanor Fitzsimons in > Non Fiction

These days I’m often described as the woman who spent three years living with Oscar Wilde. While I do sometimes feel like a bit of a one-trick pony (many of...

Barbara Scully Talks Life, The Universe, Cats & Alligators with Homer Hickman

I read to escape. Not that my life is full of drudgery and awfulness… well there is some drudgery but not enough that I need a daily escape. No, I...

History in the Making: Hazel Gaynor Meets Kate Mosse

Historical Fiction is definitely having a moment and as a writer and reader of the genre this makes me exceptionally happy! Looking at the impressive guest list and huge audiences...

Launching Twenty7 Books (No Pressure!): Sofia Khan is Not Obliged
Posted by in > Women's Fiction

I’ve always wanted to be a writer – no other career choice was an option for me. On this path to publication I realised that when authors used to tell me...

Criminal Genius: Belinda Bauer

St. Stephen’s Day 2010. I curl up with a copy of Darkside by Belinda Bauer that I won in a Twitter giveaway. Hours pass. I forgo food and drink, but...

The Loneliness of the Long Distance Writer: Long Days; Short Sprints by T J Lebbon
Posted by Tim J Lebbon in > Crime Fiction & True Crime

When I finally gave up work to write full-time almost nine years ago, I thought I was going to turn really prolific. For four years previous to that I’d been...

Mapping the Labyrinth: The Ulysses Guide by Robert Nicholson
Posted by in > Non Fiction

It was not originally my intention to write a book about James Joyce or Ulysses. More than enough people had already done so, and my impression was that yet another...

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