Author Interview: Chris Sheldon

How long have you been writing for? About 12 years, seriously. What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? Starting. The first sentence… What genre do you generally write? Non fiction; I’m a fisherman, and write about all aspects of the sport. Do you have a favourite author and why? […]

Author Interview: Peter Darman

How long have you been writing for? 28 years, of which the last seven have been full-time. What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? The middle part, when the initial burst has worn off and you realise that there is still a way to go. The starting and ending […]

Author Interview: Nicholas Barrett

How long have you been writing for? Three and a half years (approx.) What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? What I term “The Ladder” – the main story building, and the construction of the scenes which make up the full story in some sort of logical order! What […]

Author Interview: Keith Dixon

How long have you been writing for? Since the age of 16. What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? Working out the middle section. What genre do you generally write? Crime. Do you have a favourite author and why? Currently American crime writer Ross Macdonald because of the excellence […]

Author Interview: Anna-Marie O’Brien

How long have you been writing for? I’ve been keeping diaries for years and have written for my college degrees and for my many abandoned blogs, and of course, my job – but writing just for myself? About seven years or so. What would you say is the most difficult part of writing a book? […]

Author Interview: Kurt Chambers

Interview with Kurt Chambers the author of Truth Teller.       How long have you been writing for? I started writing when I was in my mid-thirties, about eight years ago. I have to confess, I’m not one of those authors who have written since they could first pick up a pen that you […]

Author Interview: D.J. Johnson

An author interview with D J Johnson, author of the popular book The Critical Path.   How long have you been writing for? About 15 years, but with gaps. I’ve found it difficult to combine writing with a full-time job, though necessity means I’m having to get better at this. What would you say is […]

Author Interview: Randall St. Germain

Interview with Randall St. Germain the author of Camino De Santiago in 20 Days. Why are you taking part in the author interview and what do you hope to achieve? I know you from Twitter and Goodreads, and admire the work that you do. I also feel I need to present myself better online, and this […]