Welcome back to my second Behind The Book post of the year - this time with author, Juliette Lawson. Some of you may know her as Julie Cordiner but for her first work of historical fiction she has adopted a pen name to differentiate from her non-fiction work. I was lucky enough to be a … Continue reading A Look Behind The Book With Juliette Lawson.
It's back! My Behind The Book series returns for its third season today - and I couldn't be more excited to be kicking off with author Miriam Halahmy, who has a new YA novel, Always Here For You, out this week. There are many strings to Miriam's bow, including working as a teacher for 25 … Continue reading A Look Behind The Book With Miriam Halahmy.
Whenever I get chance to go to London, I like to take advice from Catherine (of Catherine's Cultural Wednesdays) about what to do - she always suggests the perfect thing. On my last trip her recommendation was that we visit St Pancras Old Church, which was a short walk from where we were staying (it would … Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring St Pancras Old Church, London.
There’s no denying I have pondered the question of a nom de plume – although that was before I actually started writing a book. It’s such hard work that I know now I’d want my own name attached to it, if I ever finish it. There are, of course, all sorts of reasons why people … Continue reading What’s In A Name? Q&A With Writer Polly Heron (Aka Susanna Bavin).