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Book Birthday! FINAL7 by Kerry Drewery – Interviewed by Rowena House

In the final installment of this thrilling dystopian trilogy, Martha and Isaac are on the run, hiding out in the Rises among the poor and powerless. When a wall goes … Continue reading

January 11, 2018

My Writing Resolutions, by M. A. Griffin

As I often say when coaching students – I’d rather they have a strong commitment to a small number of actions than a vague and fuzzy sense they might do … Continue reading

January 8, 2018

Book Birthday! ‘Below Zero’ by Dan Smith – Interviewed by M.A. Griffin

Happy New Year Allsorters! Now, gather round. Dan Smith has been penning top-of-the-range breakneck adventures for young readers for a while now. Anyone familiar with Dan’s work will think instantly … Continue reading

January 4, 2018

Magic & far-away miracles: a gift for a best writing buddy (were money no problem!) By Rowena House

My gift would need a little magic and perhaps a small miracle or two. On the eve of Christmas Eve, the last-minute wrapping & complex calculations for the cooking time … Continue reading

December 18, 2017

Book Birthday Interview – Shirley-Anne McMillan

Congratulations on the publication of your second novel, The Unknowns, Shirley! It’s a great read, lively, thought-provoking and very contemporary. Can you tell us a bit about the story and … Continue reading

December 7, 2017

The 12 Days of A Telly Addict’s Christmas by Bethany Straker

My own personal list of things that I try to rewatch every year, much to the dread of my husband.   Elf I’m not sure I can get on board … Continue reading

December 4, 2017

HOW TO WRITE SCARY by Bea Davenport

  I’m ophidiophobic. If that word’s a new one on you, then enjoy it: it’s a lovely word to say aloud. It means I have a very severe fear of … Continue reading

November 20, 2017

My Editing Mountain by Sheena Wilkinson

Originally posted on AUTHOR ALLSORTS:
I love revising. I love feeling that the story now exists and it’s my job to chip away at it and make it as good…

November 13, 2017

If you could travel to the setting of any book what would it be? by Rowena House

Smyrna, Ithaca, Troy: just reading the names of these lost cities conjures for me scorched plains and a dazzling sun, azure bays and olive groves, and the bleating of sheep … Continue reading

November 8, 2017

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