It’s Halloween, so for this year’s horror-themed Book Vs Film we’re comparing one of the classics. It’s the book that remained on The New York… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: An Epic Study of The Exorcist
All About YA … Sex, assault, cutting, eating disorders, pregnancy, race, murder, death … There are so many issues in the world that it’s confusing… Read More »Top 10 Authentic YA Reads You Cannot Miss
Keynote Speech I was invited to give the keynote speech at the City Lit Festival of Writing last weekend – wow! I was honoured… Read More »Why Diversity Matters In 21st Century Writing
In 2010, I had a mid-life crisis after I lost my job in the recession and couldn’t pay the bills. After months of struggling, feeling… Read More »BEST OF 3: Niraj Kapur, Author, Screenwriter and Entrepreneur
The Book I LOVE this book. I have posted before that I love memoir anyway, so I should have known the chances were high I… Read More »Book Versus Film: WILD Rocks, But Which Is Better?
Something a little different today … Here’s an interview I did with the awesomely prolific Rachel Amphlett, author of the Kay Hunter Series (amongst others!).… Read More »The Dark Side of Social Media in THE OTHER TWIN
I’m super-nosey, so I always love to know what other people are reading – which is why I love Goodreads. Seeing people shelve, read and… Read More »INFOGRAPHIC: A Snapshot Of American Reading Habits
1) So, who are you & what have you written? I’m Richard Dee, I normally write Science Fiction and Steampunk adventures, they have an element… Read More »CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with author Richard Dee
See ALL the 90 books I read in 2017, HERE. And for my FINAL ‘Best of 2017’ Best of 3! Following on from the great… Read More »BEST OF 2017: These Books Should Be Movies!
1) So, who are you & what have you written? My name is Keith Kinambuga, a Kenyan self-published author and credited screenwriter. My short story… Read More »CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with Keith Kinambuga, author and screenwriter