Read An Excerpt, ‘Hiding’ by Jenny Morton Potts

Excerpt – ‘Death Row’ When they arrived at Turville, there were many cars in the lot. You might have thought you were attending a concert. There was no landscaping, nothing to soften the bricks of this death house which had been painted grey some time ago and had begun to flake. The Harfield logo hung…

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Top 10 Things That Inspire Me As An Author

You can see more of my fave things that inspire me, HERE.  One question writers get asked ALL THE TIME is ‘Where do you get your ideas from?’ My answer is always, ‘EVERYWHERE!’ 😀 However, there *are* things in my day-to-day life that inspire me indirectly … From places to food, I find living a relaxed life…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with author Richard Dee

1) So, who are you & what have you written? I’m Richard Dee, I normally write Science Fiction and Steampunk adventures, they have an element of crime in them, but more as an aside to a conspiracy style adventure than as a specific “whodunit.”  However, I’ve started writing what I hope will be a series…

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BOOK VERSUS FILM: Which Castle Is Captured Best?

The Book Somehow, this book had passed me by – I’d actually thought I’d read it for years, but turns out I had mixed it up with Shirley Jackson’s We Have Always Lived In The Castle! But I love British fiction set in rural England, in castles and with large (mad) families, so I Capture…

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My Top Stationery On The Road

Lulu Allison is the author of Twice the Speed of Dark, published in November by Unbound. It is her first novel. She is currently working on a second novel. You can find out more here or by following Lulu on Twitter – @LRAllison77 Favourite Notebooks Like many of you, I am sure, I get a…

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BEST OF THREE: Jane Holland, author

I cut my teeth on action heroes before the age of ten, in love with H. Rider Haggard’s African adventure stories and Zane Grey’s hauntingly atmospheric Westerns. Yet for some reason I didn’t graduate to being a thriller reader as an adult. I tried a few modern thrillers, but got bored. All those clipped military…

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BEST OF 2017: These Books Should Be Movies!

See ALL the 90 books I read in 2017, HERE. And for my FINAL ‘Best of 2017’ Best of 3! Following on from the great dystopian (and highly cinematic) read, The Feed – I thought I would take a look at 3 of my favourite reads that I reckon should DEFINITELY be movies or TV…

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CRIMINALLY GOOD: Interview with Nick Clark Windo

1) So, who are you and what have you written?  I’m Nick Clark Windo and I’ve written a novel called The Feed. You can follow me on Twitter @nickhdclark. 2) Why do you write dystopian fiction? I think any novel is an examination of something that has interested the author, whether that’s an event, a theme,…

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