In Conversation with Debut Author Tom Bray

“The real hard work begins once the novel is complete.” Being a writer requires hard work, dedication and a certain degree of persistence. Even then, you’re never guaranteed the traditional route of getting a book deal with a publisher. That in itself can take a lifetime of persistence, which is why self-publishing is becoming moreContinue reading “In Conversation with Debut Author Tom Bray”

An Update for Writers

For existing and prospective writers, things are changing (slightly) Hello, I’m writing this on a sunny, Easter Sunday morning. For those of you who celebrate Easter, I hope you are having an enjoyable weekend. Things are progressing with A Thousand Lives in the right direction, and I’m very pleased that so many writers have chosen to publishContinue reading “An Update for Writers”

Costanza Casati on Becoming a Debut Author

An interview with the author of THE PRESIDENT SHOW, a new feminist dystopian novel out this March. Facing rejection is a huge part of being a writer. Whether that’s submitting an article proposal to a publication you are passionate about or sending your first book off to a literary agent. Writing a novel is no easyContinue reading “Costanza Casati on Becoming a Debut Author”

In Conversation with Tashie Bhuiyan

A tête-à-tête with the author of ‘Counting Down with You’ — on representation, diversity and Tangled. I am so excited to post this interview with the lovely Tashie Bhuiyan. Her YA debut, Counting Down with You releases in 2021, featuring a “Bangladeshi-Muslim teenager who navigates the difficulties of independence, family, and first love after being roped intoContinue reading “In Conversation with Tashie Bhuiyan”