Interviews

Welcome to the interviews.

E.E. RICHARDSON : URBAN FANTASY & HORROR

Elizabeth Richardson has written a handful of YA horror and urban fantasy novels, her first, The Devil’s Footsteps, was followed by several more. Under The Skin, published by Abaddon Books (Oct. 2013), was her first urban fantasy ebook aimed at adults.

GREGORY FROST : SF & FANTASY

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 reading.” Indeed, it’s true, Greg’s work is thought-provoking, unusual, and delves way passed the what if. His characters grab you from the get-go and haul you on dark journeys that maybe you didn’t want to take.

BREN MACDIBBLE : SF & YA

Award-winning YA & Science Fiction author, Bren MacDibble, who deals with ‘Carbon-based Lifeforms’ only because that’s what pays the bills, states on her web site: “I write science fiction and comedy and everything in between for children and adults and everything in between.” In order to find out exactly what Bren means by, “…and everything in between,” you better read the interview.

KEVLIN HENNEY : DRABBLE/FLASH FICTION

Henney might be considered a man of few words, but is prolific enough when it comes to writing flash and Drabble fiction, which he enjoys sharing at Spoken Word events. He generously took time out of a packed schedule to answer a couple of questions, some at length, and explain why he writes what he writes.

COLLEEN GLEASON : YA & SUPERNATURAL

Colleen Gleason—international best-selling author of the paranormal romance series The Gardella Vampire Chronicles and the post-apocalyptic romance series The Regency Draculia—shares some insight into her novels and just how she got into this writing lark to begin with.

STEPH BROADRIBB : CRIME FICTION

Steph Broadribb is making an impressive impact on the crime fiction scene in the UK, these days, with her kick-ass new heroine, Lori Anderson. A no-nonsense bounty hunter who always get’s her man. Read how she trained to be a bounty hunter, all in the name of research, of course!

KATHLEEN KENT : CRIME FICTION

Kathleen Kent might be new to penning crime fiction with her latest release, THE DIME, but has been sharing her amazing stories with us for a while. Starting out writing historical fiction, and not just any history, her first two novels, The Heretic’s Daughter, and The Traitor’s Wife, feature her own history—her nine-times great grandmother, Martha Carrier, was hanged as a Salem witch.