Today I’m delighted to join the blog tour with debut author Amanda Reynolds. Amanda very kindly answered all my questions and spoke of her new book Close To Me.
Today I am joined by writer Martine McDonagh, whose latest novel Narcissism for Beginners is just published. I have review of the book and a fab Q & A with Martine.
Today I am joined by Australian writer and author of The Silent Kookaburra Liza Perrat. Liza’s latest novel is a psychological suspense set in 1970’s Australia.
I’m joined today by writer Owen Mullen with a wonderful Q & A as part of the tour for his latest release Old Friends and New Enemies. We talk musical inspirations and Greece!!
I chat with award winning Irish writer Orla McAlinden about her debut novel The Accidental Wife, her route to publication and her involvement with ‘The Armagh Big Read’.
Today I am joined by Erica Ferencik, author of The River At Night, with a wonderful Q & A and also a little update on what’s next. Peruvian Amazon anyone???
Today I am joined by new author and book blogger Abigail Osborne, who has just written her debut novel The Puppet Master, which was published in August 2016.
Abigail kindly dropped by for a wonderful Q & A where we find out a little more about what makes her tick…..
I am beyond excited to have the wonderful Cesca Major drop by for a chat today.
Without sounding like a stalker, I am a HUUUGE fan of both Cesca’s books, The Silent Hours and more recently The Last Night.
Read on to find out a little more about this amazing lady….
I am absolutely delighted to welcome Sue Shepherd to Swirl and Thread today.
I do so hope you enjoy…..
Today I have the pleasure of the company of author of The Brazilian Husband, Rebecca Powell .
Now living in France, but born in Bristol, ‘Rebecca discovered an early love of stories from weekly visits to the local library with her mum, sister and brothers (novelists Gareth L Powell and Huw Powell) and from hours spent with her dad sitting around an old tape recorder making up adventures.
Inspired by her experiences of life, Rebecca followed the advice of just about every literary guru, and started to write what she knew: the joy and insecurities of motherhood; the early loss of a parent; and of course, the country she loved so dearly, Brazil.’
It was the beginning of a story which was to become her debut novel, The Brazilian Husband, which was published earlier this year.