Discover insights into how Dawn Kurtagich, author of The Dead House and The Creeper Man (And The Trees Crept In in the US), writes and gets into the mind of her characters and what it’s like to be a full time writer.
About The Island
‘There were friends once, but they melted away. Things are different now I am a MONSTER’
Frances is alone. Cast away on a small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, she has to find water, food and shelter. But survival is hard. Especially when she is haunted by memories of the things that she did before, the things that made her a monster. Pushed to the limit in extreme conditions, she battles to come to terms with her past, and find a future worth fighting for.
This is a gripping and thought-provoking story about one girl’s journey to become the person she believes she can be.
So! Having just returned from my holiday late last night I hope to grace you with an interview. The debut novel Preschooled by Anna Lefler makes British nursery seem easy compared to her descriptions of preschool! Here’s a bit more information from the author herself:
Today is the publication day of Secrets in Phoenix by Gabriella Lepore and to celebrate I caught up with Ben, from OfTomes Publishing, and Gabriella and asked them a few questions about their experience leading up to today!
Be introduced to the brilliant debut author Dawn Kurtagich, she’s a brilliant thriller YA writer and you can learn more about her and her debut novel The Dead House in this Q&A.
Just want to say thanks to Dawn for taking part in #DKQnA!
So next week I will be taking part in HarperCollins New Adult Week Blog Tour!
Today’s post is just to give you an insight into what you can expect from me on various platforms next week!
Monday – Video Review of Wait for You By J Lynn
Tuesday – Q&A with J Lynn
Thursday – Video Review of The Edge of Never By J A Redmerski
Friday – Written Review of Rule by Jay Crownover and Giveaway!
So make sure you subscribe to my blog to be the first to get all of these great reviews and potential prizes!
(You never know, maybe you might just find your new #bookboyfriend)