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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...

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...

Finding Inspiration: The Songbird’s Way by Jennifer Barrett
Posted by Jennifer Barrett in > Women's Fiction

I still find it hard to believe that within the space of a year my first novel Look into the Eye been published, and that I have also written and...

What Happens to Men When They Move to Manhattan? Jill Knapp
Posted by Margaret Bonass-Madden in > Special Guests > Women's Fiction

As a book blogger, I get to meet some amazing people from the writing community. I am honoured when I receive an invite to a book launch or am asked...

Silk for the Feed Dogs: Jackie Mallon

This is a snippet of a rejection letter from a New York agent I had queried: The writing in the first pages you sent of “Silk for the Feed Dogs”...

Santa Montefiore Reveals the Secrets of the Lighthouse

Hazel Gaynor met Santa Montefiore in Dublin for writing.ie, and found out how she stays inspired after writing thirteen bestsellers… Santa Montefiore has a lot to talk about, which is...

Sally Clements talks Romance with HarperImpulse Editor Charlotte Ledger

As a romance writer, I’m always interested in new markets for romantic fiction, so I was delighted to catch up with Charlotte Ledger from HarperImpulse to find out more about...

An Impressive Debut: Lucy Clarke’s The Sea Sisters
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in > Interviews > Special Guests > Women's Fiction

“People go travelling for two reasons: because they are searching for something, or they are running from something.” The Sea Sisters is Lucy Clarke’s debut novel, and it’s one of...

The Dressmaker: Kate Alcott on Character, Location & Writing History

The tragic sinking of RMS Titanic in the early hours of the morning of 15th April 1912, with the loss of 1,503 passengers and crew, is an event which continues...

The Broken Man: Josephine Cox
Posted by Vanessa O'Loughlin in > Interviews > Special Guests > Women's Fiction

Josephine Cox is a tiny woman with an enormous heart. Writing for the past twenty-five years, during which time Josephine has written a staggering forty-nine books, forty-four of them published...

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