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Tag Archives: Guest posts
There’s a new guest post from me over at Author Allsorts. This time I’m talking about the horrors of studying a book at school.
There’s a new guest post from me over at Author Allsorts. This is about the magic in books, and the magic of books.
There’s a new guest post from me at Author Allsorts. This one is about why I chose to write science fiction.
There’s another guest post from me over at Author Allsorts. It was supposed to be about choosing an author I’d like to have a masterclass from. It somehow turned into a piece about Stephen King’s book “On Writing”.
Today I’ve got a guest post over at Author Allsorts, where I’m talking about a very special library.
Today I’ve got a post over on the Author Allsorts blog, talking about why I write Science Fiction and Fantasy. The answer is that it’s etched in my bones. I also did an extra interview for Litpick during the pre-Christmas chaos.
Today I’m over on the Author Allsorts blog, putting the spotlight on a minor character from the EARTH GIRL trilogy. Amalie! She’s the centre of a new novella, FRONTIER, coming out in a month or so. If you’d like to … Continue reading
There’s a guest post from me over at Author Allsorts website, giving a tour of the setting for Earth Girl. Welcome to New York Dig Site! #SFWAPRO
It’s now less than a week until EARTH FLIGHT is out in the USA. You can pre-order it now! If you haven’t signed up for my newsletter yet, then make sure you do it now to get early information on what’s … Continue reading
There’s a post from me over at Author Allsorts website. This time I’m talking about the way all authors have to travel in time. Back to the future!