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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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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Nothing Stock-Standard about this Writer – David Bobis and his alter ego Dean Blake

There is nothing stock standard about writer David Bobis and his alter ego Dean Blake. I’m not going to spoil anything with preamble. I’m awarding him an honorary ‘most honest writer’ I’ve interviewed. I hope you enjoy reading this as much…

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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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3 Million Books SOLD … and Counting – In Conversation with Romantic Storyteller Amy Andrews

Warning: Swearing and blasphemy ahead, along with bloody good advice for aspiring writers. Amy Andrews is an award-winning, USA Today best-selling Brissie and proud Aussie author who has written sixty-five plus contemporary romances. She’s been translated into over a dozen…

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In Conversation With Mystery, Thriller, Suspense Author C T Mitchell

by Carolyn Martinez I attended a workshop presented by C T Mitchell on becoming an Amazon bestseller. His first image said – Australia hasn’t yet found its J K Rowling. Gold! Though we have many brilliant authors in Australia, he’s…

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