When we received the below press release for Wedrevo’s new range of cute animal pride pins we were super excited. We knew the press release wouldn’t be enough for you colourful lot, so we pinned them down for an interview to find out more! For this year’s Pride month, we decided
Today’s 7 Questions are with Author and historian A. L. Lester. A. L. Lester likes to read. Her favourite books are post-apocalyptic dystopian romances full of suspense, but a cornflake packet will do there’s nothing else available. The gender of the characters she likes to read (and write) is pretty
Today’s 7 Questions are with author of paranormal historical romance, A L Lester. When they’re not writing and spending time with their family, they are keeping geese and making beer! They’ve taken some time out from their hectic schedule (and school holidays) to chat books and badgers with us!
Today’s 7 Questions are with Spanish Author, Antonio Heras. He is the author of queer novels including historical fiction and vampires and erotica. At the moment he only has one short story translated to English, but as lots of you speak Spanish, you can go and check out his books!
If you’ve been following Newsnibbles since its inception way back in 2010, you may recall an interview we did with up and coming artist; Nicola Anthony – where she was making art from words. Well, Nicola is now an internationally acclaimed artist, working out of Singapore, and has most recently been nominated for the Sovereign
So, Claire Buss, author and friend of Newsnibbles has been trying to get as many interviews as possible. Seems like a lot of hard work, so we thought we’d interview her to find out why… OK, so you’ve been trying to get an interview… obviously didn’t approach Newsnibbles early, as we
Today’s 7 Questions are with fantasy author and occasional ninja, J. C. Steel. Vampires on a boat? Talk me through that… It’s true, most people expect to find vampires hanging out in mouldering piles of ancient stone, preferably up around the Transylvanian border. It’s convenient stereotype for all those vampires
Today’s 7 Questions are with Addison Albright, author of the forthcoming romcom Of Rats and Cats. Addison describes the book as: a short story, meet-cute detailing the humorous get-together of two otherwise regular guys, leading average lives. The story ends with a solid happy-for-now where we are left to imagine them
Today we are sitting down for a chat with actress and voice artist Natalie Husdan, who has recently raised over £14,000 for a small pancreatic cancer charity by throwing a ball! No, not that kind of ball, silly! You’d need to wear a frock! What is it about the charity
Today’s 7 Questions are with Nicole Lutrell who is a speculative fiction author. Having just gone wide with her books, she thought she’d drop by for a chat, so of course we asked her some probing questions. 1. How long have you been writing? I honestly can’t remember a time