Good Morning My Fellow Bookworms and Page Turners, Today we have the pleasure of sitting down and having a chat with Dianna Gunn about her novel Moonshadow's Guardian, and the work that she has done in assisting those whom are newer to the writing profession with the Author Marketing Club.For those of you who didn't … Continue reading B|t|B : An interview with the author and mistress of Dragons, Dianna Gunn
Good Morning My Fellow Bookworms and Page Turners, It has been a while since we have had a guest on the blog, but I was lucky enough to persuade Peter Mclean to join us for a quick chat about his current ongoing series, War for the Rose Throne, as well as a little about his … Continue reading B|t|B : An Interview with ‘The Godfather’ of Fantasy Mr Peter Mclean.
Good Morning my fellow Bookworms and Page Turners, Today we are calibrating our cybernetic implants and grabbing the WD40, as we are picking the brains of the man behind the novel Auxillary: London 2039 Jon Richer. Jon is a Writer, and Podcaster (Dark Natter) who is based in the UK and predominantly writes dark fantasy … Continue reading B|t|B: An interview with Author, Podcaster, and the grand architect of T.I.M – Jon Richer
Hello my fellow book worms and page turners, Now if you follow my blog and are reading this, I think its safe to assume that you like myself love reading and/or blogging. It's also important to try and keep the experience relatively light and fun, as if you set an impossible goal like 5 reviews … Continue reading What do you do when reading starts to be a chore?
Hello my fellow page turners and wordsmiths, Now most of us love books, but even us book lovers are finding the opportunity to read even in our current Lockdown culture can be a challenge. Therefore audio-books, are a convenient alternative to the old fashion ink and paper reading. You can listen to the latest best … Continue reading B|t|B : Do you listen to audio-books? & Why or why not?
Hello my fellow page turners and wordsmiths, I am aware that this is probably a bit of a controversial stance, but, I really don’t like a lot of his plays. I have always struggled with the language of classics and Shakespeare is at the pinnacle of my struggle. The language used can be very confusing, … Continue reading B|t|B : What’s your opinion of Shakespeare? Genius? Overrated? Confusing?
Hello my fellow wordsmiths and page turners, Where its always been rude to shout the twist ending at someone on their way to the movie, or while standing in a queue waiting for the latest HP novel (Yes, that's an old reference but its still relevant). The idea of 'Spoilers" and the way we discuss … Continue reading B|t|B: How do you feel about spoilers?
As you may remember, my family is full of readers, my grandparents and parents are readers, my uncle is one too as well as my brother, and now my fiancee too . Greetings fellow Bookworms, and Page turners today's post is a question, to you my bookish brethren. What are you reading? As you can … Continue reading B|t|B: What are you Reading?
Hello my fellow wordsmiths and page turners, I don't believe there is a more poignant quote to sum up the subject of Classics, that that of Mark Twain. “A classic is something that everybody wants to have read and nobody wants to read.”Mark Twain Classics are considered difficult to read as they have a habit … Continue reading B|t|B: Do you read classics? Why or why not?
Hello my fellow wordsmiths and page turners, I am a simple man, but there are some things that grate on me, and the misuse of words is one of them, and I admit that sometimes I have been guilty of this myself! However in order to strive for something reminiscent of perfection I am always … Continue reading B|t|B : My top 10 commonly misused words