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


Author Interview Terrie Leigh Relf

Terrie Leigh Relf is a woman of many talents. Poet, novelist, editor and writing coach are just some of the arrows in her quiver. Creativity flows vigorously in her blood. A keen reader from a young age, and encouraged by her grandmother to write her own stories, Terrie published her first poem at only 6… Continue reading Author Interview Terrie Leigh Relf

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Elle Katharine White Author Interview

After reading Elle Katharine White’s first fantasy novel, Heartstone, for my book club, I reached out to interview her, and she graciously agreed. Ella credits childhood insomnia with starting her on her story telling journey. In an effort to aide falling asleep, she would tell herself tales each night, until eventually they became too big… Continue reading Elle Katharine White Author Interview

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Mythology & Me: David Rae

Hi. This week I’m doing an interview with my friend and fellow author Iseult Murphy. Most of you will know her from her guest posts here (on David’s blog) TOPPER’S SHOP and from her brilliant short story collections available on Amazon. Iseult is participating in a series of exchange interviews MYTHOLOGY AND ME and you… Continue reading Mythology & Me: David Rae

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Author Interview Beth Cato

Beth Cato devises delicious recipes to accompany her books, takes photographs with a sloth named Novella, and is one of my favorite authors. Is it any wonder that I had a struggle to control my inner fangirl when I spoke with her last year? Beth knew from a very young age that she wanted to… Continue reading Author Interview Beth Cato