Links I’m loving this week

Attending a Literary Award Ceremony Held in An Alternate Universe: Literary Hub Help! I don’t know what I’m writing! Categories in kid lit: Girl & Duck Inside Oliver Sacks’s Creative Process: The Beloved Writer’s Never-Before-Seen Manuscripts, Brainstorm Sheets, and Notes on Writing, Creativity, and the Brain: Brain Pickings Trend Alert: 11 Periodical-Style Shelves for Design […]

Waterstone’s Children’s Book of the Month Author Peter Bunzl on ‘Cogheart’

I am delighted to invite Peter Bunzl to the blog to talk about his novel Cogheart, which was awarded the title of Waterstone’s Children’s Book of the Month for August. Thank you so much to Peter for taking the time to chat about his wonderful book! “Lily’s life is in mortal peril. Her father is […]

Interview with Charles Lambert on ‘The Children’s Home’

Today I’m welcoming the lovely Charles Lambert to Typewritered to talk about his novel ‘The Children’s Home’, published by Gallic Books. Here is the blurb: A beguiling and disarming novel about a mysterious group of children who appear to a disfigured recluse and his country doctor. Morgan Fletcher, the disfigured heir to a fortune of […]

Philip Pullman’s resignation & why writing needs to be treated as a profession

Author of His Dark Materials trilogy Philip Pullman has resigned from his position as patron of the Oxford Literary Festival due to the fact that they do not pay the authors appearing as speakers at the festival. Pullman, who is also president of the Society of Authors, which campaigns for speakers at literary festivals to […]