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To Plot Or Not To Plot? by Helene Young

     Anyone who knows me well knows that I write organically – or by the seat of my pants, if you want the honest truth. For me the story starts with one or two characters, plus a setting and a … Continue reading

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Belinda Murrell – Author Interview

Your Lulu Bell illustrated children’s books have been quite popular. What, in your experience, makes a good author/illustrator/publisher team for producing an illustrated children’s book series? Of all my books, the creation of the Lulu Bell series has definitely been … Continue reading

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Marianne Curley – Author Interview

   For those unfamiliar with your fiction, how would you describe your novels?  My novels are adventures in paranormal fiction that draw you in and sweep you away to another place, or another time, where you might find yourself hiding … Continue reading

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Chris Allen – Author Interview

   For those unfamiliar with your fiction, how would you describe your novels? I think the best summation would be – old school action thrillers with a modern edge, or cold war novel/modern action movie hybrid. Who is one of … Continue reading

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Lisa Heidke – Author Interview

You have written numerous novels each set over a period of a week or two. What advice do you have for aspiring novelists setting out to write a story with a timeframe of a week or two? That’s a tough … Continue reading

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Writing Historical Novels Set In The Australian Bush, by Nicole Alexander

Australia has a vast interior, with great tracts of land opened up by resilient settlers. Not only were these settlers embarking on new lives, starting new businesses and learning to live with the difficulties of an isolated frontier; they also … Continue reading

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Greig Beck – Author Interview

In a previous interview, you wrote that you have always enjoyed stories where an adventurer discovers something amazing, such as an ancient mystery with implications for present-day people in the story-world. What makes stories like these so good, and where … Continue reading

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