Triona Scully – Q&A

Today I’m pleased to welcome Triona Scully to the blog. Triona’s debut novel, Nailing Jess is published by Cranachan on 26 June 2017. Triona kindly answered a few of my questions. 1. Tell us a little about Nailing Jess. Nailing Jess is a crime novel but it is a satire. On the one hand, it is…

Pam Weaver – Q&A

Today I’m pleased to welcome Pam Weaver to the blog. Pam’s novels include Pack Up Your Troubles, Better Days Will Come and There’s Always Tomorrow. Her latest novel, Always in my Heart was published by Pan Macmillan on 15 June 2017. Pam kindly answered a few of my questions. 1. Tell us a little about…

Sheila O’Flanagan – Q&A

Today I’m pleased to welcome Sheila O’Flanagan to the blog. Sheila is the best selling author of over 20 novels including The Missing Wife, If You Were Me, Things We Never Say and Bad Behaviour and her latest novel, What Happened That Night was published by Headline on 1 June 2017. Sheila kindly answered a few of…

Every Story has its Genesis by Jennifer McVeigh – guest post

Today I’m pleased to welcome Jennifer McVeigh to the blog. Jennifer is the author of The Fever Tree and her latest novel, Leopard at the Door, was published by Penguin on 18 May 2017. Here Jennifer discusses the history behind the inspiration for her novel. Every Story has its Genesis All writers are beholden to…

Gunnar Staalesen – Q&A

Today I’m pleased to welcome Gunnar Staalesen to the blog. Gunnar is the author of the Varg Veum series that includes, We Shall Inherit the Wind and Where Roses Never Die. His latest novel, Wolves in the Dark, translated by Don Bartlett, is published by Orenda Books on 15 June 2017. Gunnar kindly answered a few…

Louise Walters – Q&A

Today I’m pleased to welcome Louise Walters to the blog. Louise is the author of Mrs Sinclair’s Suitcase and her latest novel A Life Between Us was published on 28 March 2017. Louise kindly answered a few of my questions. 1. Tell us a little about A Life Between Us.  It’s about a middle-aged woman,…

That All Important Research by Jane Isaac – guest post

Today I’m pleased to welcome Jane Isaac to the blog. Jane is the author of An Unfamiliar Murder, The Truth Will Out, Before It’s Too Late and Beneath the Ashes and her latest novel, The Lies Within was published by Legend Press on 2 May 2017. Jane has kindly written a guest post about research. That All Important…

Clare Fisher – Q&A

Today I’m pleased to welcome Clare Fisher to the blog. Clare’s debut novel, All the Good Things is published by Viking on 1 June 2017 Clare kindly answered a few of my questions. 1. Tell us a little about All the Good Things.  Twenty-one year old Beth is in prison. The thing she did is…

Six Qualities of a Great Thriller by Paul Hardisty – guest post

Today I’m pleased to welcome Paul Hardisty to the blog. Paul is the author of The Abrupt Physics of Dying and The Evolution of Fear and his latest novel, Reconciliation for the Dead is published by Orenda Books on 30 May 2017 Today Paul has written a guest post on the Six Qualities of a Great Thriller At…

The Summer of ’76 by Caroline Wallace – guest post

Today I’m pleased to welcome Caroline Wallace to the blog. Caroline is the author of In Search of Adam, Black Boxes, Like Bees to Honey, 99 Reasons Why and The Drowning of Arthur Braxton which were all published under the name of Caroline Smailes. The Finding of Martha Lost, written under the name Caroline Wallace…

The journey to publication by Oliver Tidy – guest post

Today I’m pleased to welcome Oliver Tidy to the blog. Oliver is the author of sixteen novels including Dirty Business, A White Knuckle Christmas and Making a Killing, which were all self published. His latest novel Bad Sons was published by Bloodhound Books on 11 May 2017 Today Oliver tells us about the journey taken to…