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Guest Post: Rose’s Gold by WB Welch

WB Welch here! I want to start this post by thanking Iseult for having me as a guest and for taking the time to read Rose’s Gold prior to its release. I’m excited to be here and excited to talk a little more about my latest novella. (Giveaway being announced below, but don’t be naughty… Continue reading Guest Post: Rose’s Gold by WB Welch


Guest Post: How to Enjoy Your Writing Gauntlet Journey by Hayley Reese Chow

How to Enjoy Your Writing Gauntlet Journey (Or any journey, really) One of the questions I see asked a lot in the writing community is: How do you write through the doubt? Through the rejections? Through the bad reviews? Would you keep writing even if you knew you’d never be published? Even if no one… Continue reading Guest Post: How to Enjoy Your Writing Gauntlet Journey by Hayley Reese Chow


Interview with Hayley Reese Chow

Iseult: Welcome Hayley, thank you so much for speaking with me today. I loved Odriel’s Heirs last year and I was so excited to return to the world with Burning Shadows and Idriel’s Children. When you wrote Odriel’s Heirs, did you already have plans for a sequel or series? Hayley: When I started Odriel's Heirs,… Continue reading Interview with Hayley Reese Chow

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Interview with David Rae

It’s a blog takeover! I’m so excited for all things David Rae this week, as tomorrow sees the release of Crowtower, the stunning second book in The Sun Thief fantasy trilogy. I have never read books like Crowman and Crowtower before. Beautiful, layered, unique, lyrical. They defy definition and need to be experienced to be… Continue reading Interview with David Rae

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Author Interview: Janine Pipe

Janine Pipe Week continues, and today I’m thrilled to post my interview with the author herself. Iseult: Welcome, Janine. Thank you so much for agreeing to this interview. What got you into writing? Janine: Like a lot of us, I have always read as much as I can and started writing for pleasure at school.… Continue reading Author Interview: Janine Pipe