Blogging for Readers

Last week's post was on blogging for writers and I promised a post this week on blogging for readers. They deserve two separate posts in order to do them both justice. I post a few reviews, in amongst author interviews and I discuss different aspects of writing. Book bloggers do a wonderful job of reviewing and sharing books. … Continue reading Blogging for Readers

Author Interview with Matt Haig

From your experience of journalism, as well as novel writing, has one fed in to the other in any way? Journalism teaches you to be economical with words. It tells you not to be too self-indulgent. What do you most like to read and are there any books you have read recently that have stood … Continue reading Author Interview with Matt Haig

Goodreads and LibraryThing

I have written a guest blog post with a comparison of the two sites for authors. The post covers my experience of meeting readers, giving away books, and gaining reviews. Both are really good sites for readers and authors and are a helpful point of connection between the two. If you haven't yet had a … Continue reading Goodreads and LibraryThing

What Makes a Page Turner

An interview with Maeve Binchy This wonderful author was a favourite of mine as a young teenager. Maeve Binchy had a way of making me feel the characters emotions and kept me turning the pages until the very last one. I was almost surprised when I finished her book 'Circle of Friends' as it was … Continue reading What Makes a Page Turner