I love the concept of Word of Mouth TV, dining with authors, chatting about their book and their favourite cookbook and recipes, talking food, life, love, and wine. If you’re looking for a new and interesting way to hear about books and cooking, I recommend taking a look. Authors, Kate Forsyth, Sarah Mills and Director, Claire Absolum joined forces and took #booktubing to the next level. The team includes videographer, Adrien Seignoux. Kate and Sarah chat, invite authors over
I was asked by my publisher to provide some book club questions for all three of my novels. Interesting task. Especially for The Ouroboros Key, which I haven’t read since the day I signed off on the galleys, and which I haven’t written or talked about in a couple of years. Then there’s the realisation that my only experience with book clubs is watching the Jane Austen Book Club (a couple of times, in fact. What can I say. I’m a romantic at heart). Time to do some research. Di
I'm very pleased to be hosting this book reveal for Anne Marie Andrus. Congratulations are definitely in order! AnneMarieAndrus.com Anne Marie Andrus Facebook Happy October 11th and Happy 1 st Book Birthday to Monsters & Angels!
To celebrate the occasion, I’m thrilled to share my brand-new cover for Raimond…the prequel to Monsters & Angels. Wait—prequel? Yes—prequel. Why am I writing books out of order? Let me explain... After the successful release of Monsters, exactly on
I really wish I was a time traveller. There are so many things I want to know. Who were the Picts? What did their carvings mean? What about the Tuatha de Danann? And the Firbolgs and Formorians. Were they the precursors to the Milesians; the Celts? Tribes that superseded each other, their individual cultural practices and beliefs melding together into one big melting pot that in turn overflowed into neighbouring islands? Like the Annunaki, did they become the deities of myth