A few weeks ago, I reviewed Andree's War. (Click here to read.) It's a great book, hence why I wanted to hear from the author, Francelle Bradford White herself: "I began writing the book because my mother Andree became ill with Alzheimer's and someone had once told me that when you are upset about something in … Continue reading Interview: Francelle Bradford White
Do you remember reading Mizz, the nineties-esque teen magazine, that advised teen girls on virtually every aspect of their life, on a fortnightly basis? I do. But I digress: I remember seeing a feature with Rowan Coleman-about Dyslexia and her novels. I got to meet her earlier this year, and am ever so grateful to … Continue reading Interview: Rowan Coleman talks Writing And Her Love Of QUEEN.
A while ago-in the run up to Christmas-I reviewed the new(ish) book Conversations With McCartney, by Paul Du Noyer. (Click here to read) But, what does he think, past the book? Hello Paul, thank you for agreeing to this interview. When growing up, did you aspire to be a music journalist? No. I always thought it … Continue reading Interview: Paul Du Noyer, Music Journalist, And Author.
A little while ago, way back in December, I posted about a new book, Imagine, by Lesley-Ann Jones. (Click here to read.) She kindly agreed to talk to us about Imagine; here is what she has to say: Hello Lesley-Ann, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Since we last spoke, you've released a book, called … Continue reading Interview: Lesley Ann Jones on her new book, Imagine.
Kate Betts has recently written her memoir, My Paris Dream, which is largely about living and working in journalism in France. It's quite an enchanting read-one I would recommend. Here, we asked her about the book. Thank ou very much Kate-and amidst Fashion week also! Hello Kate, thank you for agreeing to this interview. How … Continue reading Interview: Kate Betts, Author of My Paris Dream.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I'd gone to see Polly Vernon give a book talk with a friend. (Click here to read.) Prior to that, I was working on interviewing the lady herself-about her new book, Hot Feminist-and now you can see her very charming, witty answers: Hello Polly, thank you for … Continue reading Interview: Polly Vernon, Author of Hot Feminist.
Mark Blake is an English music journalist, who wrote the book Is This The Real Life?, which I really enjoyed. Here, you can read what Mark has to say: Hello Mark, thank you for agreeing to this interview. When growing up, did you want to be a Journalist/Author? Probably, yes. I was always interested in writing. But … Continue reading Interview; Mark Blake, author of ‘Is This The Real Life?’
One of my favorite books is Mad Girl's Love Song by Andrew Wilson; so I decided, why not interview him? Since he also has a new book coming out-today in fact-I also have asked him some questions about his Alexander McQueen biography. (Click here to buy.) Also, don't forget to visit the Savage Beauty exhibition-to do with McQueen-at … Continue reading Interview: Andrew Wilson, Author of Mad Girl’s Love Song.
Having read 'Freddie Mercury: The Definitive Biography' by Lesley-Ann Jones, I was very eager to interview her. Here, you can read what she has to say writing, and about the book. Don't forget to visit her website www.lesleyannjones.com (click here to view) and her Twitter page @LAJwriter (Click here also to view.) You can also buy the book here Hello … Continue reading Q&A; Lesley-Ann Jones, Biographer, Journalist, and Writer.
Peter Hince was a Roadie for QUEEN, and has written a book-'QUEEN Unseen'-about his experiences. Here, you can find out a little about what he has to say. Hello Peter, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Was there a particular process that you undertook to put the manuscript together? No real plan or process … Continue reading Interview; Peter Hince, author of Queen Unseen, and Queen Roadie.
William Kuhn is a writer, biographer, and historian. He has published several books-such as Reading Jackie (click here to see our review), and Mrs Queen takes the train. In this interview, you will find out a lot about his work. Hello William, thank you for agreeing to this interview. When growing up, did you have … Continue reading Interview; William Kuhn, author of Reading Jackie.
So, how do I introduce these amazing two young women, who have given exclusive access to their new book and website? The Vagenda is an online magazine over at http://vangendamagazine.com, which, in all honesty, is one of the greatest succes stories in publishing. The main editorials the two co- founder's, Holly and Rhiannon, publish are … Continue reading Interview: The Vagenda.
So here is a new segment I am introducing t this blog-a from the archive interview. This week, we are talking to Novelist Martyn Bedford; Q:Flip was about physic evacuation - where did the idea to base your first teen novel on that subject come from? When I was a teenager I was envious … Continue reading Interview from the archive: Martyn Bedford, novelist, author of Flip.
Conspiracies have become more and more frequently part of modern debate. Yesterdays news, will virtually always make tomorrows news. But a book about conspiracies ? And provided in a logical manner, with reasons to doubt and believe? Now that is something we prefer...so, here we have it, an interview with Ian Shircore. An author of … Continue reading Interview with Ian Shircore, writer and Conspiracist.
Celia Rees is a brilliant writer, with several novels under her belts: a personal favorite being "Witch Child". Here, we went a little into her world as a writer, as well as novel production & a love of History: How and why did you start out as a writer? I didn't start writing until I … Continue reading Interview with Celia Rees, author of Witch Child.