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Not new to writing urban fantasy—having a handful of YA books already published—British author Elizabeth (E.E.) Richardson’s first adult urban fantasy novel, Under The Skin, published by Abaddon Books, shares some insight into her writing with me here. First up, could you tell us a little bit about yourself and what got you into writing? I’m …

Of his writing, Greg Frost states on his web site that: “Edgar Allan Poe called them Tales of Mystery and Imagination. I just call them ‘what I write.’ Some are disturbing, some are capricious. Some, I hope, will make you think about something in a new way, and stay with you long after you’ve finished …

Following on from this year’s incredible success of two of her books, I want to introduce you to my friend, Bren MacDibble, whose work is earning her rave reviews and awards. Starting with the usual first question: Why do you write? Probably for the same reason I read… and drink for that matter, it makes …

First up, would you like to tell us a little bit about yourself and background? I live in Bristol — one wife, two sons, three, no cats or dogs — and work as a software development consultant. I’ve written books, columns and articles on software development. A few years back, after a brief hiatus (of …

First of all Colleen, would you like to tell us a little bit about yourself, and what got you into writing to begin with? I’ve been writing stories since I was very young, in elementary school (one of my first efforts was a version of my classmates and me in a Gilligan’s Island sort of …

The first question has to be, how did a girl from Birmingham (in the UK) end up training as a bounty hunter, in the US? It was all in the name of research! Once I knew that Lori Anderson would be a bounty hunter I knew I needed to find out as much as I …

First of all, would you like to tell us a little about yourself. I grew up in Texas and attended UT at Austin studying literature and history.  What I wanted to be was a writer, but my dad, who was a very practical man, convinced me that being a starving artist was not all it was cracked up …