Author · Blog Tour

Visions of Zarua by Suzanne Rogerson Blog Tour (Book Extract).

Visions of Zarua Book Blurb: Two wizards, 350 years apart. Together they must save the realm of Paltria from Zarua’s dark past. An ancient darkness haunts the realm of Paltria. Apprentice wizard Paddren is plagued by visions of a city on the brink of annihilation. When his master Kalesh dies in mysterious circumstances, the Royal… Continue reading Visions of Zarua by Suzanne Rogerson Blog Tour (Book Extract).

Author · Spotlight/Interview

Author Interview: Timandra Whitecastle.

Today on ThetattooedBookGeek I’m very lucky to be interviewing Timandra Whitecastle debut author of Touch of Iron Volume 1 (The Living Blade). Hi Timandra, Welcome to my blog, I hope today finds you well and thankyou for agreeing to take part in this interview. -Pleasure's all mine. For the first part of the interview I'd like to… Continue reading Author Interview: Timandra Whitecastle.

Author · Spotlight/Interview

Spotlight/Interview: Mike Russell.

This spotlight and interview features Mike Russell, author of Nothing Is Strange. Book Blurb: 20 mind-expanding short stories. Inspiring, liberating, otherworldly, magical, surreal, bizarre, funny, disturbing, unique... all of these words have been used to describe the stories of Mike Russell so put on your top hat, open your third eye and enjoy: Nothing Is Strange.… Continue reading Spotlight/Interview: Mike Russell.

Re-blogs · Various Things

An Interview with John Gwynne

Reblogged on my own humble blog, a great interview and I absolutely love this series!!! 🙂

that thorn guy

I read that you were born in Singapore and your family travelled around a lot. Would you tell us which countries you lived in and what impact they had on you?

I was born in Singapore. My dad was in the RAF and stationed there at the time so I did travel regularly as he would be given a new posting roughly every three or four years. I was only 18 months old when we moved back to the UK, so I don’t remember any of it, and after that we stayed within the UK – still moving every three or so years – thus unfortunately I didn’t manage to see the world and it wasn’t quite as glamorous as it sounds. I do have memories of some especially beautiful places in the UK, though, such as the Malvern Hills on the border of England and Wales. I spent a…

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