When I was first reached out to to review Pam’s new book Springtime at Hope Hall, I was immediately hooked. Labelled as a heartwarming community story, it’s no wonder this book immediately got my attention–I do love my stories about families, both blood and otherwise. Pam’s written 12 books so far and all of them…… Continue reading BBC broadcaster and author Pam Rhodes on writing without a concrete outline
I recently got the chance to interview author and TED speaker Ann Morgan (Beside Myself; Reading the World: Confessions of a Literary Explorer) whose new novel Crossing Over released in March, exclusively in audio on Audible. As a bookworm, you definitely would have heard of Ann’s incredible project, A Year Of Reading The World–she also spoke…… Continue reading A conversation with author and TED speaker Ann Morgan
AuthorsGetLit is a series on This is Lit that will focus on tips for authors, self-published or otherwise, from both bloggers and other authors. I’ve had this blog for a couple of years now and I’ve worked with different authors and publishers throughout. Of all the authors I’ve worked with, I continued being on good…… Continue reading AuthorsGetLit | Book bloggers and me by Lev Lewis
AuthorsGetLit is a series on This is Lit that focus on tips for authors, self-published or otherwise, from both bloggers and other authors. Authors today are choosing self-publishing increasingly because of the autonomy it offers. But, it comes with its own set of troubles. Wouldn’t it be great if you knew exactly what you should…… Continue reading AuthorsGetLit: A self-publishing checklist from award-winning author, Jaq Hazell.