Welcome to my new monthly new series, Interview with... My aim is to introduce you to authors you may not have come across before. The first few will be with fellow Vine Leaves Press authors, mostly because I asked and they were hugely enthusiastic! So without further ado, please welcome poet Bauke Kamstra... Hi Bauke. … Continue reading Interview with… Bauke Kamstra
And, here's another Where Words Fail Music Speaks author interview. Don't forget to buy your copy on Amazon, available on Kindle and in paperback, with all proceeds going to the Clusterbusters charity Today, it's Audrina Lane's turn! Tell me a little bit about yourself. I’m Audrina Lane, an author since I turned 40 (4 years ago) and … Continue reading Audrina Lane: an interview
I'm excited to be taking part in the release blitz for the Where Words Fail, Music Speaks Anthology, which is out now! Where Words Fail, Music Speaks is a collection of short stories and poetry by writers from all walks of life. Each story is based on the titles of 90s Britpop songs, including Come … Continue reading The anthology launches!
Yes, I know, I'm late to this particular party - a cover reveal for an anthology I'm going to be included in! I had Tuesday's post for Theresa Milstein scheduled weeks in advance, the only post currently scheduled for the rest of the year! It's a bit like that story/urban myth/utter truth that the first … Continue reading Where Words Fail, Music Speaks – Cover Reveal
I've known Theresa for ages now - although I can't remember how or when we met. That's usually how writers appear in my life, surreptitiously, hanging around my blog or Facebook when I'm lost in a series of scenes and popping up with useful advice. I'm delighted to have her on my blog to help … Continue reading Introducing Theresa Milstein
Two lovely author friends - Kyra Lennon and Clare Dugmore - are editing an anthology, Where Words Fail, Music Speaks, in aid of research into cluster headaches, a debilitating condition suffered by more people than you'd think. Kyra knows at least a couple of people who suffer which inspired her to create the anthology. And one … Continue reading Where Words Fail, Music Speaks