Coreena McBurnie – 16/04/2016
Historical fiction writer, Coreena McBurnie spends her days as a work-at-home mum, with three children and a talent for writing young adult novels based in ancient Greece. Prophecy is the first novel in a series featuring Princess Antigone. It’s a novel about destiny, hardship, allegiance and coming of age. In this interview we chat about research involved in writing a novel set in BC, the continuation of the series, Coreena’s life outside novel writing, and much more.
Jenn Sadai – 08/03/2016
Memoir writer Jenn Sadai is a marathon runner, a buyer for a welding factory, a wife, and a mother of four step children and two fur babies. She has two published memoirs: Dark Confessions of an Extraordinary, Ordinary Woman and Dirty Secrets of the World’s Worst Employee which both deal with her journey in life before becoming a published author.
Michael J. Brooks – 23/12/2015
Science Fiction author Michael J. Brooks leads a double life. In reality he’s a primary school teacher and in fantasy he’s caught in a struggle between two races trying to share a planet. His novel Exodus Conflict has received honourable mentions in two awards: Next Generation Indie & the London Book Festival, and it has recently been followed by the sequel Exodus Conflict: New Genesis.
Kathleen Irene Paterka – 10/09/2015
Whilst looking for an author to interview for my Spring newsletter through Goodreads Kathleen was one of the many authors to contact me. Although I’d already picked T. H. Hernandez, I really enjoyed Kathleen’s website and the blurb for her book The Other Wife I decided I’d like to interview her as well. This ended up fitting in perfectly with the release of her latest novel Secrets of the Royal Wedding Chapel.
T. H. Hernandez – 05/09/2015
T. H. Hernandez is the pen name for Theresa Hernandez, author of The Union Series. She originally wanted to be traditionally published, and although publishers loved her writing they weren’t looking to buy more dystopian fiction at the time, and she was ultimately rejected. Theresa chose to self publish instead as she wanted to bring The Union Series to life.
Lynette Noni – 06/06/2015
With Akarnae being dubbed a combination of Harry Potter, X-Men & Narnia, you can say I was ecstatic to have my questions answers by it’s author Lynette Noni! We chatted about writing inspiration, what it’s like to publish a novel without an agent, books, the Medoran Chronicles, and much more!