Stephanie Williamson

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 […]

Seven reasons why an EU Leave victory will be a disaster for the UK book industry

Imagine that every country in the EU is linked to all the others by invisible threads that vibrate with stories of faraway lands. Each thread contains a voice, one that originally came to life in the form of the written word. These are the voices of writers, and with every story each voice tells, another […]

Self-publishing Vs traditional publishing- author interview with Louise Walters

I am honoured to be able to feature author Louise Walters who is currently making the transition from the traditional publishing route to self-publication. Louise has written ‘Mrs Sinclair’s Suitcase‘, published by Hodder and is currently self-publishing her second novel ‘A Life Between Us’ with Matador. Today I’m discussing with Louise her decision to self-publish and […]