Author spotlight: Shauna E. Black

Every month I’ll be interviewing an author who writes historically-influenced fiction, and introducing you to some fantastic new writing talent. Their genres vary, but all of them are writing stories set in the 19th and early 20th centuries.  This month’s featured author is Shauna E. Black. Shauna writes historical fantasy (Western), epic fantasy and dystopian. Continue reading “Author spotlight: Shauna E. Black”

Author Spotlight: Nix Whittaker

Every month I’ll be interviewing an author who writes historically-influenced fiction, and introducing you to some fantastic new writing talent. Their genres vary, but all of them are writing stories set in the 19th and early 20th centuries.  This month’s featured author is Nix Whittaker. Nix writes steampunk/alternative history, sci-fi romance, and is working onContinue reading “Author Spotlight: Nix Whittaker”

Author Spotlight: Guy Worthey

Every month I’ll be interviewing an author who writes historically-influenced fiction, and introducing you to some fantastic new writing talent. Their genres vary, but all of them are writing stories set in the 19th and early 20th centuries.  This month’s featured author is Guy Worthey. Guy writes young adult adventure, specifically 1920s noir with steampunkContinue reading “Author Spotlight: Guy Worthey”

Fiction vs non-fiction

Well, I have some exciting news – my first non-fiction book, Communications for Volunteers: Low-Cost Strategies for Community Groups is out on Monday! It’s an introductory-level communications handbook for grassroots volunteer groups, which I was inspired to write through my own volunteering experience (I realised that many volunteer groups don’t have a good understanding ofContinue reading “Fiction vs non-fiction”