An Interview With… Miranda Jewess

Hi everyone, and today on the blog I’m delighted to welcome Miranda Jewess. Miranda works as a Senior Commissioning Editor for Viper Books. She very kindly answered my questions on what her job role entails – and what attracts her to a good book. Over to you, Miranda… 1) How did you first become involvedContinue reading “An Interview With… Miranda Jewess”

10 Questions With… Michael Robotham

Hi everyone, and today on the blog I’m delighted to welcome crime writer Michael Robotham, to discuss his journey as a writer and how his novel The Secrets She Keeps went from computer screen to television screen. Over to you, Michael… 1) As a child, did you have a favourite author? Was there a turningContinue reading “10 Questions With… Michael Robotham”

10 Questions With… Craig Robertson

Hi everyone, and on the blog today I’m delighted to welcome crime writer Craig Robertson. Craig’s gritty Glasgow thrillers are not for the faint hearted – his latest one, Watch Him Die, sounds amazing! I was really pleased when Craig agreed to answer a few questions on what he’s been up to in lockdown, andContinue reading “10 Questions With… Craig Robertson”

10 Questions With… Gemma Rogers

Hi everyone, I’m delighted to welcome to the blog today, crime writer Gemma Rogers. Gemma has three psychological thrillers out, and is published by Boldwood Books. I am a huge fan of her writing and was delighted when Gemma kindly agreed to answer a few questions on her writing journey. Over to you, Gemma… 1)Continue reading “10 Questions With… Gemma Rogers”

Second Drafts With… M. R. Mackenzie

Hi everyone, and kicking off the first of my new interviews into a writers second draft process is crime writer M. R. Mackenzie. Michael is based in Scotland, and is the author of one of my favourite novels Cruel Summer. He was kind enough to answer some of my questions. Over to you, Michael… 1)Continue reading “Second Drafts With… M. R. Mackenzie”

First Drafts With… Sarah Linley

Hi everyone, and today on the blog I’m delighted to welcome crime writer Sarah Linley, to discuss how she tackles that all important first draft process. Her debut novel, The Trip is a psychological thriller set in Thailand, Cambodia and the Yorkshire Dales. It was published by HarperCollins in February 2020. Over to you, Sarah…Continue reading “First Drafts With… Sarah Linley”

10 Questions With… Sophie Bane

Hi everyone, this evening I’m delighted to welcome Sophie Bane to the blog. Sophie is a crime writer, and resides in Leeds with her family. As a fellow subbing writer (where you are preparing your very much loved novel for agents, although mine is now back at the drawing board until I get it right),Continue reading “10 Questions With… Sophie Bane”

First Drafts With… Joseph Knox

Hi everyone, and today on the blog I’m delighted to welcome crime writer Joseph Knox. Joseph is the author of Siren (one of my new favourite reads of this year) and I was delighted when he agreed to answer a few questions on that all important first draft process. Over to you, Joseph… 1) WhenContinue reading “First Drafts With… Joseph Knox”

The Resident… A Q&A with David Jackson

Hi everyone, continuing my new interview approach, I’m speaking today to David Jackson about his upcoming novel, The Resident. With one week to go until this book is out, I was delighted when David agreed to answer a few questions. Over to you, David… 1) Where did the idea come from and how did youContinue reading “The Resident… A Q&A with David Jackson”

One Eye Open… A Q&A With Paul Finch

Hi everyone, continuing my new interview approach, I’m speaking today to Paul Finch about his upcoming novel, One Eye Open. Over to you, Paul… 1) Where did the idea come from and how did you first begin to flesh it out? The idea first came from a discussion I had with my new editors atContinue reading “One Eye Open… A Q&A With Paul Finch”