Just Write for Kids ‘Quick Six’ Interview with Carolyn Martinez (aka Cate Sawyer)

In Interview with Just Write for Kids on the background and inspiration that created children’s picture book, The Umbilical Family. Click here to read full interview. Just Write for Kids (JWFK) was founded in 2014 as an online support group for writers and…

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Sydney as a Choice Setting in the Words of Patricia Leslie

Patricia Leslie is an Australian author with a passion for combining history, fantasy, and action into stories that nudge at the boundaries of reality. Her latest novel is Keeper of the Way, published by Odyssey Books and distributed by Novella…

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Kylie Chan – On Writing, Publishing and Marketing

From Taoist immortals to distant galaxies, Author Kylie Chan writes Fantasy based on Chinese mythology. She’s had 10 novels published by Harper-Collins, and 3 novellas self-published. In a hybrid mix, her manga/text combined novel ‘Small Shen’ (manga by Queenie Chan)…

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Examining Life Under a Different Lens – Fantasy Author Bernadette Rowley

‘All children, except one, grow up.’ That’s the opening line in J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, and that’s the brilliance of fantasy writers – they grab our attention, drawing us into scenes that examine life through a different lens, under…

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Rachel Amphlett – Crime Fiction and Espionage Thriller Author

Before turning to writing, Rachel played guitar in bands, worked as a TV and film extra, dabbled in radio as a presenter and freelance producer for the BBC, and worked in publishing as a sub-editor and editorial assistant. She now…

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Sh*t Asian Mothers Say – Best Title Award – In Conversation with Michelle Law

Your writing is diverse – theatre, TV, film, newspapers, journals and magazines. How did you diversify so early in your career? I think I was able to diversify because I remained open to and searched for all kinds of opportunities,…

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A Seismic Shift in Thinking – Shriek an absurd novel – In Conversation With Davide A. Cottone

Davide A. Cottone introduced me to the Absurd genre. Frankly, before I read his book Shriek: an absurd novel I didn’t even know what the Absurd genre was. The cover enticed, the exemplary writing held me. Davide wrote the book to…

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