Pete Mitchell talks about his debut novel Darwin’s Wake. Set in Australia’s top end, Darwin’s Wake is a sensational debut of tropical noir.
Western Horror is one of my favourite sub-genres, and I’m pleased to bring you today a chat with the one and only B.L Blakenship. He is a prolific writer of western and splatterpunk horror from East Tennesee. He writes horror that is grounded in real American history, which gives his writing an uneasy, visceral punch.
Today I’m talking to Karen Hamilton-Viall about her fantastic new book The Curious Life of Ada Baker. It’s a very funny paranormal detective story with lovely whimsical humour, not unlike Douglas Adams.
Copywriting Queen Sarah Townsend has a new book out called The Little Book of Confusables. Have you ever been caught out using the wrong phrase or the wrong word? Have you mixed words up in a weird word salad and made people snigger at your poor grasp of the Kings English? Sarah has written just the book for you!
Today we’re talking to GC Lam about his first novel The Card Collector. It’s a brooding, dark crime thriller about obsession, the deep dark web and an ultimate clash of good versus evil.