Meet Em Muslin, author of Before You Were Mine

Meet Em Muslin, author of Before You Were Mine

Em muslin is the author of Before You Were Mine, she loves words that capture an experience or emotion in a singular form: her current favourite, describing herself, isnemophilist. Her writing focuses on the texture of domestic life, relationships, family and the pressures of social convention. Her characters are often fighting to become the hero…

Meeting Alice May, author of Accidental Damage – Tales from the house that sat down!

Meeting Alice May, author of Accidental Damage – Tales from the house that sat down!

Meet Alice May, the author of Accidental Damage – Tales from the house that sat down! Her book is a winner of the Chill with a Book Readers’ Award and the PB Special Award and she’s got some fab reviews on Amazon. Alice is a working mother who lives with her husband in what used to be…

Introducing WT Fallon, author of Fail to the Chief

Introducing WT Fallon, author of Fail to the Chief

This week we have WT Fallon on the Thursday Throng with her timely novel, Fail to the Chief. There is something vaguely disturbing when a novel published in October, mirrors some of the unusual occurrences in the recent US Presidential election, which itself felt rather like a game show at times – at least watching from…

An interview with Nigeria Lockley, author of Seasoned with Grace

An interview with Nigeria Lockley, author of Seasoned with Grace

This week I’m sharing the space with Nigeria Lockley, author of Seasoned with Grace. Nigeria has two master’s degrees, one in English secondary education, and the second in creative writing. She is also Vice President of Bridges Family Services, a not-for-profit organization that assists student parents interested in pursuing a degree in higher education, a deaconess and clerk, and…

An interview with Litty Mathew, author of The Musician’s Secret

An interview with Litty Mathew, author of The Musician’s Secret

On the morning of the day I started reading Litty’s novel I was captured by an article buried in The Guardian about the Armenian genocide during the 1st World War. Just a few hours later, I found myself in the midst of a novel that uses the very same events as it’s context. Perhaps there was…