Author Interview: Thomas Croft

How long have you been writing for? Most of my (long) life. It’s a habit. What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? It’s all difficult and none of it should be easy. The most difficult part, for me, is editing: reducing and murdering my darlings. I have a tendency […]

Author Interview: Peter Young

How long have you been writing for? 1 year What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? Having belief in yourself. What genre do you generally write? Thrillers Do you have a favourite author and why? Richard Pearson – He was my inspiration to start writing after seeing his achievement […]

Author Interview: Chris James

How long have you been writing for? 32 years What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book?  Proof reading. No matter how many times you read it yourself, and how many others check it, there will always be mistakes no one picked up on. What genre do you generally write? […]

Author Interview: Mary Dalgleish

How long have you been writing for? 12 years What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? Starting it and finishing it! What genre do you generally write? Non-Fiction (health and wellbeing related) Do you have a favourite author and why? Victoria Hislop – I never enjoyed history at school […]

Author Interview: G.P. Moss

How long have you been writing for? Forty years (on and off!). What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? The first and last page. What genre do you generally write? Post-apocalyptic/UF Do you have a favourite author and why? Sebastian Faulks; he unearths his characters’ souls. And Philip Pullman; […]

Author Interview: C.R. Searle

How long have you been writing for? 15 years What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? The narrative structure. In essence know how to tell your story from beginning to end. What genre do you generally write? I have mostly written for young adults (YA) but have ventured into […]

Author Interview: Nick Elliott

How long have you been writing for? Eight years What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? Getting started! What genre do you generally write? Thriller Do you have a favourite author and why? Len Deighton. I’ve long been fascinated by Cold War espionage and I love his sardonic and […]

Author Interview: Mark Wentworth

How long have you been writing for?  21 years What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? Learning to know when enough is enough or too much information. In a new book I’m currently writing I realised I was trying to put 3 books into one book which is why […]

Author Interview: Jonty Morgan

How long have you been writing for? 35 years What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? Combating the fear that what ends up on paper isn’t a perfect replication of one’s most creative thoughts. What genre do you generally write? Comedy Do you have a favourite author and why? […]

Author Interview: Richard Pearson

How long have you been writing for? Two years What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? I genuinely don’t find writing difficult, it just seems to flow. The part I find hard is marketing my books. What genre do you generally write? Suspense, horror, ghosts. Not gore though, my […]