Archive of ‘Author Interviews’ category

pain au chocolat

Feasting on Fiction: The Silent Hours by Cesca Major with Pain au Chocolat

I can thoroughly identify with a novel when an author uses food to convey emotions, a moment or a sense of atmosphere. Debut author, Cesca Major, oh, I adore Cesca, she is one of my Novelicious colleagues, uses food perceptively in her brilliantly written and heartbreaking novel based in France during the Second World War. The Silent […] Read more…

Letters to the Lost by Iona Grey

Feasting on Fiction Author Interview with Iona Grey: Letters to the Lost…and Battenberg

Letters to the Lost is the debut novel by author Iona Grey. And oh! what a novel it is. It’s romantic, heartbreaking and just so beautifully evocative of the Second World War. It leaves you speechless, clutching the book. And thinking. So many thoughts. You are immediately transported into the little terraced house with Jess’s desperation palpable. And as Jess […] Read more…

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Feasting on Fiction Author Interview With Cathy Bramley: Appleby Farm…And Cottage Pie

I am rather pleased, nay, delighted, to welcome Cathy Bramley to my blog today. I have followed Cathy’s inspiring career since she self-published (and subsequently re-released) Conditional Love, then found a publishing home with Transworld and released Ivy Lane as a four part ebook serial. Ivy Lane was released in its entirety in paperback yesterday. Not only that, but […] Read more…