Category Archives: Author Interviews

Hugh W. Roberts – Awesome Author Interviews @ Kyrosmagica

It is such a pleasure to extend a hearty Kyrosmagica Welcome to my good friend, author, blogger, Hugh W. Roberts. Hugh W. Robert’s debut short story book Glimpses has just been launched in time for Christmas. Isn’t that just too wonderful … Continue reading

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#Read about Guest #Author Judy Martin

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
What a privilege it is to be here on Chris’ blog amongst all these wonderful people. It is a wonderful opportunity for me to tell you a little about myself.…

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Co-Authoring Questions: Amber Wake Gabriel Falling

Synopsis The autumn of 1705 brings Royal Navy Captain Gabriel Wallace to face off against an enemy within the ranks of the Admiralty itself that threatens his career, his reputation, his family, and something even more far-reaching in its plot. … Continue reading

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The Sunday Show – A funny thing happened to me with author Judith Barrow

Originally posted on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life:
It is my pleasure to interview an author, poet and blogger that I connected with a few months ago. She is very generous with her support of other authors…

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Letter T The April A to Z Blogging Challenge #AtoZChallenge

Originally posted on Rereading Jane Eyre:
April Author Spotlight 2015 Letter ‘T’ is for Terry Tyler, author of Kings and Queens Why do I recommend Kings and Queens? I loved the unique premise of Kings and Queens. It is an original take…

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Cambridge Literary Festival: Looking Glass Girl with Cathy Cassidy.

On Saturday 18th April 2015 I heard Cathy Cassidy talk about her new novel Looking-Glass Girl, in the Cambridge Union Blue Room, Cambridge Literary Festival.  I was accompanied by my youngest daughter who has read several of the Cathy Cassidy books, so … Continue reading

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Cambridge Literary Festival: Publishing in the Digital Age

On Sunday 19th April 2015 I arrived in time for the Cambridge Literary Festival Publishing in the Digital Age talk in The Cambridge Union Blue Room. Luckily I just managed to catch my bus by a hair’s whisker or else … Continue reading

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Cambridge Literary Festival: The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson

How many of us would classify ourselves as normal? Is there even such a thing? If there is do we even want to be normal? Lisa Williamson’s talk at the Cambridge Literary Festival on Saturday 18th April 2015 was held … Continue reading

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My Interview with Ian Probert author of Johnny Nothing

WELCOME I’m delighted to Welcome Ian Probert to Kyrosmagica for a lively Q & A session. Lovely photo Ian. Very casual. That floor is spotless.  So, first things first let’s start off with the preliminaries, the getting to know you questions, before … Continue reading

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Eimear McBride’s talk at The Cambridge Literary Festival

      Eimear McBride’s talk at the Cambridge Literary Festival, discussing her prize winning debut A Girl is a Half-formed Thing, was chaired by Tom Gatti, the culture editor for The New Statesman.  As we waited in our neatly formed queue to … Continue reading

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