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Derbyshire Noir #2: Q&A with the very talented Sarah Ward. Author of In Bitter Chill and A Deadly Thaw

As stated in Derbyshire noir blog post #1, I am a huge fan of Derbyshire as a setting. Sarah Ward’s novels are set in the fictional town of Brampton in the very beautiful and very real Peak District. 1,264 more words

Derbyshire Noir #1: Q&A with Tony R Cox, author of A Fatal Drug 5*

I was born in Lancashire but I went to secondary school in Derby and residential college in Buxton. So Derbyshire is a setting I know and love in novels. 1,667 more words

Q&A with Kerensa Jennings, author of Seas Of Snow

I have really enjoyed running Q&A’s on my blog. They are a brilliant idea to get to know the writer behind the book and meet interesting authors. 2,072 more words

Q&A with Edgar Award Nominee Joe Ide, author of IQ

Joe Ide is the author of the phenomenal debut novel IQ. The novel has recently been nominated for an Edgar Allen Poe award for best first novel. 1,331 more words

Q&A with Anna Mazzola, author of The Unseeing

The Unseeing by Anna Mazzola.


Set in London in 1837, Anna Mazzola’s THE UNSEEING is the story of Sarah Gale, a seamstress and mother, sentenced to hang for her role in the murder of Hannah Brown on the eve of her wedding. 960 more words

'50 Ways to Grieve Your Lover' by Glennys Marsdon - author talk review

Glennys Marsdon has only ever paid attention to her nails once in her life.  For ninety days her nails were perfectly polished and manicured, the first ninety days after her husband’s death.  154 more words

Rolling in the Aisles: 10 Tips for Doing an Author Talk

Doing an author talk and reading or a public book launch can be intimidating if you don’t have much experience. And public speaking generally is daunting unless you’re one of life’s extroverts, which I’m not. 622 more words

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