Welcome to another entry into this YA Author Interview series for 2019!
Today I am so excited to have the absolutely lovely Australian editor and author, Tobias Madden on my blog.
Tobias is the editor of the recently released collection titled, Underdog: #LoveOzYA Short Stories, and one of his own stories also appears within this anthology.
I was really fascinated to find out what sparked this idea for Tobias and wanted to ask him a bunch of questions about his editing, his writing and about what he has been up to. So I did! I hope you enjoy reading his answers as much as I did! :)
Today, to mark the release date of her latest novel, The Boy Who Steals Houses, I have C.G.Drews (AKA Paperfury) on my blog for an interview.
And yes, she's been here before, but I was excited to find out how she's been feeling in the leadup to her second book's release into the world! The Boy Who Steals Houses is actually my bookclub book this month, and I cannot wait to read it! :)
I hope you enjoy reading her answers as much as I did! Congratulations on your second book release, C.G.Drews!!
I'm very excited to say that I was hosted on fellow author S.J.Morgan's blog this week for my first ever author interview!
That was a strange experience! Talking about yourself in an interview. Weird! But also very cool too!
I talk to S.J.Morgan about my upcoming debut novel, MAKING FRIENDS WITH ALICE DYSON, about my writing process, how I got published and all that sort of jazz. And hopefully I didn't say anything silly. Sigh. But I bet I did!
Anyway, if you'd like to check out my very first ever author interview, you can follow this LINK TO INTERVIEW.
So this is the final YA author interview I'll be hosting for 2018, and I am so pleased to have local Adelaide debut author, S.J. Morgan on my blog, whose lovely contemporary #LoveOzYA novel, Heaven Sent, was released in October 2018.
I am so pleased to be hosting YA author Martin Stewart, all the way from Scotland, for a really interesting chat about his latest novel, the excellent horror The Sacrifice Box, and his debut Riverkeep, his writing approach, inspirations and the new bookish podcast he's launched.
I hope you enjoy reading Martin's interesting answers as much as I did!