Have you ever wondered what music your favourite writer listens to or were curious about their guilty pleasure read? Wonder no more.
I posed a series of fun questions to the South African writing community and invited them to choose one to answer.
Their responses might surprise you.
Continue reading “Take one question…”
3 May 2013
The Dispatch Online has posted the full interview I did with The Times a few weeks ago.
Continue reading “Interview in The Sunday Times”
1 December 2011
Since Dark Poppy’s Demise was published in July its been getting some excellent reviews. I’ve compiled a list of my favourites from the last few months. Click the links to read the reviews in their entirety.
Continue reading “Dark Poppy Demise interview round-up”
6 October 2011
This post isn’t book related, but its not every day a girl get to interview one of her idols.
As my journalist alter-ego I was lucky enough to speak to Joshua Third (previously known as Joshua von Grimm) from British post-punk outfit The Horrors.
Read the interview here.
4 April 2011
I tend to wax lyrical about the importance of plot in YA novels.
Teens want to be entertained. They want to be thrilled, to sit on the edge of their seats. That’s why I love Kate Cann. She’s written about twenty books for teens, which are all nail-bitingly brilliant. Instead of deadpan girl-meets-boy stories that have as much depth as a small puddle, her books are enthralling, plot driven and most importantly, real.
Continue reading “Interview with Kate Cann”
1o November 2010
The global best seller lists are teeming with paranormal romance titles from Melissa de la Cruz’s Blue Bloods and PC Cast’s House of Night series to Maggie Stiefvater’s werewolf love-fest Shiver. Speculative teen fiction is big business. Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight saga has sold over 100 million copies globally and has been adapted into three equally record-breaking films, with two more on the way.
Continue reading “Why do teenagers love vampires?”
30 November 2010
Modern day super hero story reflects dark times in British slums
“Goodbye normality. It was nice knowing you.”
Continue reading “Review and interview – iBoy”