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Hi,

Thought people might be interested in a series of interviews I'm running on my blog with a wide range of writers. Some are well established writers, but others are just starting to develop their reputations. All though, have something interesting to say.

The series started off with crime novelist Dave Zeltserman (whose novels have twice been Washington Post Books of the Year), and has also featured horror writer Gary McMahon (nominated for the British Fantasy Awards seven times) and noir specialist Paul D Brazill (who has a collection coming out soon from Untreed Reads).

More interviews are scheduled to appear in the next few weeks, ranging across genres, and from new authors to established writers whose work has won awards like the Hugo or the World Fantasy Award.

You'll be able to find all the interviews under this tag.

Hope you find them interesting.
 

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Bump, as new interviews up with Hugo and World Fantasy Award winner John Grant, and with James Everington author of the excellent The Other Room.

Much more to come.
 

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And today features a great interview with Keith Brooke, novelist, short story writer and publisher of ebooks under the infinity plus imprint. Interview covers Keith's work, the collective approach to ebook publishing taken by infinity plus, genre-hopping, promotion and much more.
 

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Latest interview in the series now up - a really interesting interview with a name regulars on Kindleboards may well recognise - Alan Ryker.

Find the interview here.
 

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Since I last posted, another eight more interviews with authors have gone up on my blog in the 'writers talk about writing' series. They've had lots of interesting things to say about, their own novels and stories, what they have coming up next, the future of publishing, what it's like to be a writer in residence for a rugby club, inspiration, promotion, and the moment you come out as a writer to family and colleagues, and much, much more.

The full list now looks like this. Check it out here.

Nick Quantrill
Nigel Bird
Neil Williamson
Kaitlin Queen
Ian Ayris
Charlie Williams
Anna Tambour
Ray Banks
Alan Ryker
Julie Morrigan
Keith Brooke
James Everington
John Grant
Paul D Brazill
Gary McMahon
Dave Zeltserman
 
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