10 Questions With Louise Jensen

Good evening folks, I don’t know about you lot but I’m made up it’s nearly the weekend! Thank God!!  This evening I’m delighted to welcome psychological thriller writer Louise Jensen to my blog. Here, she chats how she was discovered by the WoMentoring Project, the writing processes for her novels The Sister and The GiftContinue reading “10 Questions With Louise Jensen”

10 Questions With Sarah A. Denzil

Good afternoon folks, and this afternoon I’m delighted to welcome crime writer Sarah A. Denzil to my blog.  Here, Sarah chats about self publishing her book, her inspiration for her novel The Silent Child and her views on strong female characters in crime fiction.  Over to you Sarah!  1) As a child, did you haveContinue reading “10 Questions With Sarah A. Denzil”

10 Questions With B. A. Paris 

Good evening folks, I’m delighted to welcome psychological thriller author B. A. Paris to my blog. Here, she chats about growing up in France, her first draft of Behind Closed Doors and her favourite authors.  1) As a child, did you have a favourite author and do you have a favourite author now?  As aContinue reading “10 Questions With B. A. Paris ”

10 Questions With Hollie Overton

Good evening folks, I’m made up to welcome American crime writer Hollie Overton to my blog. Here, Hollie chats about writing for TV as well as being a novelist, her favourite music and how her personal experiences helped her create her debut novel, Baby Doll.  Over to you, Hollie.  1) As a child, did youContinue reading “10 Questions With Hollie Overton”

10 Questions With Helen Callaghan 

Good morning folks, and Happy Saturday!! I’m delighted to welcome psychological thriller writer Helen Callaghan to my blog. Here, Helen chats about how she gained representation, her favourite authors and studying for her degree as a mature student.  Over to you, Helen.  1) As a child, did you have a favourite author?  Oh yeah –Continue reading “10 Questions With Helen Callaghan “

An Interview With Camilla Wray

Good afternoon folks, I’m delighted to welcome literary agent Camilla Wray to my blog. Here, Camilla chats about her journey to becoming a literary agent, advice for aspiring authors and her guilty pleasures of genre.  Over to you, Camilla.  1) Did you see yourself becoming a literary agent after you left school? Did you actuallyContinue reading “An Interview With Camilla Wray”

10 Questions With Jessie Keane

Morning folks, I’m over the moon to welcome Jessie Keane to my blog. Jessie is the best selling author of crime novels featuring Annie Carter.  Here, she chats her love of English at school, strong women in crime fiction and how Annie Carter wandered into her head out of nowhere.  Over to you Jessie.  1)Continue reading “10 Questions With Jessie Keane”

10 Questions With Louise Beech

This afternoon, folks, I’m made up to welcome fiction writer Louise Beech to my blog. Here, Louise chats about writing her newspaper column for Hull Daily Mail, her local newspaper, how each of her novels have small parts of factual influences, and her main piece of advice for aspiring authors.           Continue reading “10 Questions With Louise Beech”

10 Questions With Graham Smith

This afternoon folks, I’m made up (Scouse terminology meaning utterly delighted!!) to welcome Scottish crime writer Graham Smith to my blog.  Here, Graham chats all things regarding researching his Harry Evans series, his writing process, advice for writing police procedural to the aspiring author and how he founded crime writing course Crime & Publishment.  OverContinue reading “10 Questions With Graham Smith”

10 Questions With Diane Jeffrey

This morning I’m delighted to welcome psychological thriller writer Diane Jeffrey to my blog. Here, Diane chats about her debut novel, Those Who Lie, her favourite authors, her views on women in crime fiction, whether she has any advice for aspiring authors and her favourite music.                   Continue reading “10 Questions With Diane Jeffrey”