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Write On! Interviews Author Rachel Joyce

Write On! interviews author Rachel Joyce. Rachel Joyce is the author of the Sunday Times and international bestsellers The Unlikely Pilgrimage Of Harold Fry, Perfect, The Love Song Of Miss Queenie Hennessy, The Music Shop and a collection of interlinked short stories, A Snow Garden & Other Stories. Her latest novel, Miss Benson's Beetle, won the 2021 Wilbur ...

Write On! Interviews Author Ruth D-Whyte

Write On! interviews Educational Consultant and author Ruth D-Whyte. Ruth is an award-winning educationist. Her track record in the sector spans over 25 years; having spent her professional life working both internationally and locally, setting up a multi-phase school and multiple inclusive centres for special needs children, Christian and inclusive education ...

Write On! Interviews Author Ayesha Harruna Attah

Write On! interviews author Ayesha Harruna Attah. (c) Itunu Kuku Ayesha grew up in Accra, Ghana, and was educated at Mount Holyoke College, Columbia University, and New York University. She is the author of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize-nominated Harmattan Rain, Saturday Shadows, The Hundred Wells Of Salaga, currently translated into four ...

Writing Truth To Catalyse Change – A Conversation With Marvin Thompson

Write On! and Pen to Print regular Agnieszka Dryjas-Makhloufi interviews National Poetry Competition Winner Marvin Thompson. Rushing home from college to meet award-winning poet Marvin Thompson on Zoom, I’m a bit nervous; it’s my first-ever interview! I’ve been delayed by an interesting CPD (Continuing Professional Development) session. Little do I realise how relevant the ...

Write On! Interviews Writer Niall Edworthy

This week Write On! interviews author Niall Edworthy. Niall, a former reporter with wire agencies AFP and Reuters, has been writing and ghosting books for 25 years. Otto Eckhart’s Ordeal is his first work of fiction and is shortlisted for the 2021 Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Prize. His work has covered a ...

Write On! Interviews Writer Alex Shaw

This week Write On! interviews thriller author Alex Shaw. Alex spent the second half of the 1990s in Kyiv, Ukraine, running his own business consultancy before being head-hunted for a division of Siemens. The next few years saw him doing business for the company across the former USSR, the Middle East, ...

Write On! Interviews Writer James Swallow

This week Write On! interviews BAFTA-nominated scriptwriter and award-winning New York Times, Sunday Times and Amazon #1 bestselling author James Swallow. James is the author of over 55 books and writes action-packed espionage thrillers, fast-paced science fiction and tie-in literature, along with radio drama and video games. He's best known for ...

Write On! Interviews Writer D.V. Bishop

Co Vollmer photographed at Bloody Scotland, Scotland's International Crime Writing Festival in Stirling on the 23/09/2018.Paul Reich D. V. Bishop is an award-winning screenwriter and TV dramatist. His love for the city of Florence and the Renaissance period meant there could be only one setting for his crime fiction debut. ...

Being ‘Alright’ With Maria Ferguson

By Eithne Cullen I first came across Maria Ferguson when I went to a reading of Fat Girls Don’t Dance. Since then, I listened to Alright, Girl? as an audio performance through The Living Words Festival and, for the second time, loved both the poetry and her arresting, authentic voice. She’s a ...

Write On! Interviews Leke Apena

Write On! interview indie author Leke Apena. Leke is a black British indie author who writes unconventional, challenging and entertaining stories about the modern black British experience. Why? Because there are not enough well-written stories about complex, funny and multifaceted black British characters and Leke is on a mission to change ...