Author guest spots are an important part of my monthly newsletter.
To quote from the Acknowledgments in Keepers:
People say a writer’s life is a lonely life. For me, it’s the opposite. My writing has brought me many new and wonderful friends, among them many fellow writers.
Which is why I chose to chat to my fellow authors in By the Letter. Enjoy meeting these people behind the books you love! (And to make sure you continue to hear from other authors, click on the subscribe button below.)
October’s newsletter highlights another multi-genre author, Kathleen Cranidge, or KC Ridge as she is also known.
Kathleen’s works to date include a highly readable cosy mystery and an also highly readable but not at all cosy psych thriller. What does go on in her mind? Find out here.
In September’s newsletter I interviewed author Dreena Collins, whose alter ego, Jane Harvey released her debut novel, The Landlord of Hummingbird House, on 31 August. Dreena’s own writing tends to be a little more gritty than Jane’s and her short story collections of modern life are insightful and entertaining.
Read Dreena’s interview here.
August’s newsletter features debut author C. D’Angelo, whose novel, The Difference, was released on 29 July and immediately became a #1 Amazon new release. Congratulations!
For the inside scoop on how the book came about and what it means to her, follow this link.
In July’s newsletter, my guest author was DB Carter.
As with many of us, DB Carter came to writing later in life but has embraced it with enthusiasm. He now has three novels and a novella under his belt and his insightful, sympathetic approach to what makes us human has brought him many fans – including some who send him fan art. (I wish!) Read about DB Carter’s writing life here.
June’s newsletter featured fantasy author Leia Talon.
Not every fantasy author can say their book is sold in the castle where much of the story is set. Leia can … find out more here!
My April newsletter carried an interview with historical fiction author, Emma Lombard.
Emma was eleven when she started writing her first novel, and at age fourteen submitted her draft to the editor of a big publishing house. Although rejected, the editor was encouraging and Emma’s writing journey has gone a long way since then. Read Emma’s interview here.
My March (and first) interview was with English poet, Lily Lawson. I met Lily via Twitter’s wonderful, supportive #writingcommunity and we have become firm, if virtual, friends. In 2020 Lily published two slim poetry volumes. In this interview, she talks openly and from the heart about life and poetry, and her very exciting plans for the future. Read Lily’s interview here.
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