Explore Historical Fiction, Interview, and more!

Author Interview with Clare Flynn

Author Interview with Clare Flynn

Carol Cooper is a London-based journalist and award-winning non-fiction author. Her debut novel was a finalist in the Indie Excellence Awards 2014. In her spare time she’s a doctor.More on http://pillsandpillowtalk.com

Carol Cooper is a London-based journalist and award-winning non-fiction author. Her debut novel was a finalist in the Indie Excellence Awards 2014. In her spare time she’s a doctor.More on http://pillsandpillowtalk.com

Author Interview with Emma Haughton

Author interview with Emma Haughton talking about writing thrillers.

As some of you already know, I’ve contributed to an anthology called PUNK ROCKER, the much anticipated sequel to “L.A. Punk Rocker”: top author Brenda Perlin’s best-selling punk anthology. PU…

“Punk Rocker” Interview with Mark Barry

As some of you already know, I’ve contributed to an anthology called PUNK ROCKER, the much anticipated sequel to “L. Punk Rocker”: top author Brenda Perlin’s best-selling punk anthology.

Author Interview with Liza Perrat

Author Interview with Liza Perrat

Triskele Books Blog: Interview with Al Brookes, author of The Gift of Looking Closely

Interview with Al Brookes, author of The Gift of Looking Closely

Rosemary A. Johns: ROSEMARY A JOHNS is the author of the bestselling Blood Dragons and Blood Shackles - the compelling Rebel Vampires…

Scarborough Ball is out in paperback

Scarborough Ball is out in paperback

Bernice Le Roque, author of Until the Robin Walks on Snow

Gifts of the Journey -- Writing about Family History. Join a writing group. How writing becomes a passion. Researching the story reconnects us with family. From vertical to horizontal research.

Triskele Books Blog: Author Feature - Helena Halme

Helena Halme is a speaker at our Indie Author Fringe London Bookfair Free Online Self-Publishing Conference for Authors. Check out the speaker bios and session information via our Speaker page

We all know to bore the reader is the most heinous crime an author can commit.

We all know to bore the reader is the most heinous crime an author can commit.

Last time in this series of posts about what to do if you have an idea for a book, I talked about reading in your genre and writing as much as possible. Today, I’m going to talk about what to do when you’ve finished the first draft. What to Do When You’ve Completed the First …

Advice for New Writers Part I've Completed the First Draft - What Now?

Is the mother/son bond in jeopardy when the son finds a partner? Author Stevie Turner talks about family issues in her book The Daughter-in-law Syndrome.

Out-Laws! Guest Post by Author Stevie Turner

son bond in jeopardy when the son finds a partner? Author Stevie Turner talks about family issues in her book The Daughter-in-law Syndrome.

Triskele Books Blog: A Journey from Traditional to Indie Publishing - Interview with Ann Swinfen, author of FLOOD

Interview with Historical Novelist Ann Swinfen

Author Interview with Kate M. Colby

This week I’m delighted to have an interview with fellow indie author Kate M. Colby and I’d like to say a huge thank you to Kate for taking the time to answer my questions.

Pinterest
Search