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Category: Q+A

Q+A

Q+A with Susan Earlam

Today I have Susan Earlam on the blog, talking about eco-horror, the environment and her new book, Earthly Bodies.     Hi Susan, could you briefly introduce yourself? Hello. I’m a writer, I live in Cheshire with my family. I started a blog in 2010….

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Q+A with Bluestocking Books

I’ve invited Lauren from Bluestocking Books to talk about her fabulous London Book Shop tours. Be sure to check them out if you’re visiting London. How much do you love books? Beyond the totally normal – I’m sure food tastes better when reading, a bath…

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Q+A with Vic James

Today I’m excited to welcome Vic James to the blog. I reviewed Gilded Cage earlier this month and was eager to hear about how it came to be. Read on to find out more… How would you describe Gilded Cage in 140 characters or less?…

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Q+A with Gail Carriger

I’m very excited to have Gail on the blog today, answering my questions on tea, self-defense and her new Custard Protocol book, Imprudence. First things first, how do you take your tea? Strong enough for a mouse to run across with a nice dollop of…

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Q+A with Francesca Haig

I’m super excited to have Francesca Haig on the blog today, talking about her latest book The Map of Bones. So your second book is out, how does that compare to the excitement of seeing your debut on the shelves? It’s definitely a different feeling…

Q+A, Translation

Q+A with Peter Stjernström

The Best Book in the World Blog Tour Following phenomenal success with The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared, Hesperus Press is delighted to be publishing a wacky and witty new Swedish novel from undiscovered author Peter Stjernström. The Best Book…

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Q+A with Karin Slaughter

What draws you to crime fiction as a genre? I’ve always loved reading crime fiction—my first books were Nancy Drew and Encyclopedia Brown. As a writer, I think crime is a useful function. By nature, the story has to have a beginning, a middle and…

Historical Fiction, Q+A, Translation

The Confidant

When Camille receives a letter describing events from pre-war France, she is sure that the writer has got the wrong address. When the letters continue to arrive, she starts to suspect one of her authors, pitching a new novel in a different yet sneaky manner….

Q+A, Young Adult

Saving June Blog Tour

Review and author interview: Harper’s world is turned upside down when her older sister, June commits suicide. She was always the popular, pretty one, with her old life ahead of her. Harper is just normal. To top it off, her parents recently divorced and her…

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Q+A with James Smythe

James Smythe is author of the fabulous The Testimony, the review of which you can read here. He kindly agreed to answer some of my questions… In the tradition of Twitter, describe yourself in 140 characters or less. I’m a writer of books. I’ve had…