Backstories by Simon Van der Velde was the first compilation of short stories I’ve ever read and I absolutely loved it! There was an element of guessing to each story – trying to work out who the famous (or infamous) protagonist was and I found it a genius book! It kept me entertained and alteredContinue reading “Author Interview – Simon Van der Velde”
This week’s author interview is with the wonderful S.Z. Attwell who wrote the Aestus books. I recently reviewed Aestus: Book 1: The City which was a 5 star read. If you’re yet to read my review, you can do so by clicking here. If you haven’t read these books then you need to as soonContinue reading “Author Interview – S.Z. Attwell”
After an accidental 3 months away from my author interview series (and blog as a whole), I’m back! The first author back to my blog is Lynn Johnson. You might recognise her name from one of my book reviews earlier in the year; Wartime With The Tram Girls. This was the first wartime saga I’veContinue reading “Author Interview – Lynn Johnson”
Dani Hoots is an American author who has published many books, most of which fall under the science fiction genre. I recently read and reviewed The Death of Honor as part of a blog tour, and was desperate to find out more about Dani! The Death of Honor she writes under the pen name Lyra Thorsson (just to clear up any confusion – it definitely confused me!). As I mentioned in my review, this was the first science fiction book I’ve ever read!
Aiyven Mbawa is 11 years old, from Northampton in England and is the author of Land of the Nurogons – a middle grade fantasy fiction novel published in 2020. If this sounds like something you’d like to find out more about, you can read my review on it by clicking here. As well as writingContinue reading “Author Interview – Aiyven Mbawa”
Jon Wilkins is a Welsh author who has written Poppy Flowers at the Front, Utrecht Snow and Utrecht Rain. I’ve read and reviewed Poppy Flowers at the Front as part of a recent blog tour. If you’d like to read my review then click here. At what point did you decide to be an authorContinue reading “Author Interview – Jon Wilkins”
Kirsten Mbawa is a 13 year old author from Northampton in England. She published her debut novel in 2020 when she was just 12 years old. Sagas of Anya is a historical fiction novel set in the Victorian era. As well as writing books and going to school, Kirsten, alongside her sister Aiyven, are the creators of middle grade subscription box Happier Every Chapter.