First Drafts… with Noelle Holten

Hi folks, and the last post for tonight is crime writer Noelle Holten. Before I kick start the questions, here is a little bit about the reviews for her debut novel, a bit about Noelle, how you can connect with her on social media and some purchasing links. About Dead Inside  ‘Kept me hooked …Continue reading “First Drafts… with Noelle Holten”

First Drafts… with Andrew Barrett

Hi folks, and third up in the First Draft series I am delighted to welcome Andrew Barrett. Andrew is currently a CSI (crime scene investigator) and writes novels in his spare time. He took time away to chat to me about his first draft process. Over to you, Andy. 1. When you begin the nextContinue reading “First Drafts… with Andrew Barrett”

First Drafts… with Maggie James

Hi folks, second up today on First Draft series is psychological thriller writer Maggie James. Maggie sets all her novels in hometown of Bristol, and joins me to chat about her first draft process. Over to you, Maggie. 1) When you begin the next book, how do you go about it?  I start with penContinue reading “First Drafts… with Maggie James”

10 Questions With Steve Cavanagh

Good evening folks, and I’m delighted to welcome Crime writer Steve Cavanagh to my blog. Steve is a practicing lawyer in Belfast and is the author of The Defence, The Liar, The Plea and Thirteen, all featuring con artist turned lawyer Eddie Flynn. Here, Steve discusses his road to publication, how he created Eddie FlynnContinue reading “10 Questions With Steve Cavanagh”

An Interview With Chris Bardsley

Good afternoon folks, I am delighted to welcome Crime writer Chris Bardsley to my blog. here he chats his experiences at university and as a history teacher in Australia, his favourite between short stories and novels and his favourite music. Bio: Born in 1987, Christopher Bardsley was raised in Melbourne, Australia. He undertook his studiesContinue reading “An Interview With Chris Bardsley”

An Interview With David Haviland

Good evening folks, I’m delighted to welcome literary agent and writer David Haviland to my blog. Here, he discusses his experience as a writer and how he is a literary agent alongside, his time in university studying English and Film Studies and when he knows he has connected with a manuscript. Over to you, David.Continue reading “An Interview With David Haviland”

An Interview With Matthew Smith

Good morning folks, I’m delighted to welcome publisher Matthew Smith to my blog. Here, he answers my questions as to how he got into publishing, his ideal submission and how he met a die hard Rod Stewart fan. Over to you Matthew. 1) Did you always plan to publish books when you left school?  OriginallyContinue reading “An Interview With Matthew Smith”