You may or may not remember my invitation for collaborations a while back (you can refresh your memory here), now I’m super glad to announce that the brilliant Kristina Steiner took up the collaboration challenge! Continue reading
This interview will be a little bit different from our usual author interview. Ella Cotton, unlike other authors I’ve interviewed in the past, didn’t write a fiction book of any sort. Instead she published an adult colouring book entitled: Colourful Swear Words: Entertaining Insults in an Adult Coloring Book.
(Mystery Date With a Book is not responsible for any swear words that the author may use during the interview. Read at your own risk. Haha!). Continue reading
Author: Geffrey Kane
Genre: Thriller / Mystery / Supernatural
1. When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
When I was about 13. When I finished school I went on to study for a degree in Journalism and Political Science. I’ve worked as a reporter, sub-editor, freelance security correspondent with the Irish Defence Forces and now, finally, I’ve managed to finish my first book. Continue reading
Author: Tiffany McDaniel
Book: The Summer That Melted Everything
Published on: 26th July 2016
I had the opportunity to read Tiffany McDaniel’s debut novel “The Summer That Melted Everything” back in July and let me tell you, we can expect great things from her! For those of you who haven’t read it yet, you can see my spoiler-free review of her book right here.
Now let’s get down to business, shall we? Continue reading
Author: Rebecca Weller
Published on: 1st January 2016
A fantastic find of 2016, Rebecca Weller! Her bubbly personality jumps out of the page even in an interview 😀
Don’t believe me? Just read on… Continue reading
Author: Don Keane
Book: I Didn’t Sign Up For This
Published on: October 2015
What books have most influenced your life?
Many books on the American Civil War, especially biographies.
“I Didn’t Sign Up For This” was released October 2015. How long did it take you to write this book?
Approximately one year and a half with all of the research involved. The research took about 10-12 months. Writing the book came fairly easy after that.
Yes, I know, I know… I’ve already posted my totally brilliant interview with JC Lara here.
I posted it as a separate page rather than a proper blog post (Silly me!) So here I am trying to make things right again. Continue reading