Sally Hepworth chats how she manages to keep track of everything while writing The Soulmate, especially with a dead character's POV.
Luna McNamara on being loyal to the spirit of Psyche and Eros
Luna McNamara has written a retelling on Psyche and Eros' love story and we are honoured to have her here today to chat about her debut.
Tasha Harrison on The Thing About Lemons and the metaphorical lemonade
Tasha Harrison on characters that make mistakes, and writing creative expletives for her characters in The Thing About Lemons.
Amie Kaufman on her new fantasy book, The Isles of The Gods
Everyone is familiar with Amie Kaufman's sci-fi novels Illuminae and These Broken Stars. Her newest book, The Isles of The Gods, is out now but this time, it is a fantasy novel.
Pete Jordi Wood on Tales From Beyond The Rainbow, a LGBTQ+ fairy tale collection
We are honoured to chat with Pete today about the inspiration and research behind this collection.
Paralympian Ellie Robinson on Thief on the Track, her sports-based mystery
Paralympian Ellie Robinson on being an author, the inspiration behind Thief on the Track, and why there should be more sports-related novels.
5 things to expect in Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.
In case you didn’t know, the Judy Blume classic, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, is getting a movie adaptation
Sarah Street reading and watching all the source material for her Beauty and the Beast retelling, A…
This guest post is written by Sarah Street, author of A Curse of Salt.
Joanna Nadin on setting A Calamity of Mannerings in the 1920s
We are honoured to have Joanna here to chat about her hilarious yet heartwarming coming-of-age story.
QUIZ: Annalise Avery tests your Greek God knowledge
Today we are honoured to have Annaliese Avery here to test our knowledge on Greek Gods.
Sophie Cameron chats the inspiration behind Away With Words
Learning languages can be difficult for everyone, even for young kids.
Vashti Hardy on writing her new standalone, Serpent of the Sands
Vashti Hardy returns to the Brightstorm Chronicles universe with a brand new standalone, Serpent of the Sands.
Jen St. Jude on portraying mental illness in her apocalyptic novel, If Tomorrow Doesn’t Come
If Tomorrow Doesn't Come is an apocalyptic story, but it is also a story about speaking the truth and seeking the support we need.
Win a set of the Brightstorm Chronicles PLUS Serpent of the Sands by Vashti Hardy
Vashti Hardy is here with a new standalone set in the Brightstorm Chronicles universe and we are giving you the chance to win a set of the books.
India Rigg on doing justice to every emotion in Where Do I Go From Here
India Rigg spoke to many women to make sure she understood all the emotions she needed to convey in Where Do I Go From Here.