I dare you to read it. Shriek: an absurd novel is an excellent representative of the absurd genre written by a clever author – Davide A. Cottone – of CaneCutter and Vietnam… Viet-Bloody-Nam notoriety.
From Taoist immortals to distant galaxies, Author Kylie Chan writes Fantasy based on Chinese mythology. She’s had 10 novels published by Harper-Collins, and 3 novellas self-published.
Rachel Amphlett – Crime Fiction and Espionage Thriller Author
Make sure you have your work professionally edited and get the best book cover you can. Take a look at what other publishers are doing and emulate your cover design to be “on trend” – you can always change it in later years if tastes change.
Nothing Stock-Standard about this Writer – David Bobis and his alter ego Dean Blake
I’m awarding him an honorary ‘most honest writer’ I’ve interviewed. I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed talking with him.
A Seismic Shift in Thinking – Shriek an absurd novel – Q&A With Author Davide A. Cottone
Davide A. Cottone introduced me to the Absurd genre. Frankly, before I read his book Shriek: an absurd novel I didn’t even know what the Absurd genre was. The cover enticed, the exemplary writing held me.
3 Million Books SOLD … and Counting – In Conversation with Romantic Storyteller Amy Andrews
Warning: Swearing and blasphemy ahead, along with bloody good advice for aspiring writers. Amy Andrews is an award-winning, USA Today best-selling Brissie and proud Aussie author who has written sixty-five plus contemporary romances.
In Conversation With Mystery, Thriller, Suspense Author C T Mitchell
Dead Shot (previously published as Rejection) came to me while drinking coffee (I do that a lot) in a local shop. The news was on and America was going through another University shooting. An idea was born.