Marie-ann Quin is the author of ‘Emerald to Pounamu – A Midwife’s Odyssey’. We had a chatted about her writing journey and how she’s always known her vocation was meant to be in midwifery.
We spoke with Katherine Leamy, author of ‘dare to travel solo − a memoir’. She discussed how she came to write this story and what her future travel (and writing) plans look like.
Jodi Wright chatted with me about her latest book, ‘Eat and Get Gas’. We spoke about the inspiration behind the story and its characters, her favourite part of the writing process, and more!
Shaan Caskey is the author of ‘Daddy Needs to Sleep Today’. Shaan has a traumatic brain injury (TBI), and one day he decided to write a story for his daughter to help her understand why he can’t always be up and ready to play with her.
Bob Christensen is the author of ‘Danish Blood’ and ‘The Cousins’ and the soon-to-be published, “Karla The Girl With The Red Hair”.
We chatted with Rutendo Shadaya, the author behind ‘Rachel and the Enchanted Forest’ and ‘Rachel and the Chevene Pirates’, and discussed how she came to write her first book (at age 12!)
We spoke with the phenomenal Sandra Russell, author and psychotherapist, and discussed her book: “The Feeling of Cancer: A Psychotherapist’s Story of Living with Incurable Cancer”.
In this interview with Rodney Strong, the author behind the Silvermoon Retirement Village and A Hitchhiker Novel series, we delve into his newest book, Twelve Hours of Murder – a delightful collection of short stories that bring a light-hearted twist to your traditional murder mystery!