Scientist by day and writer by night, Kirsten Nairnspoke with The Scotsman Newspaper about her love of writing and her first novel ‘A Sorry Affair’. In the interview she said that she likes to keep her passion for writing hidden.
Kirsten Nairn’s book 'A Sorry Affair' was recently reviewed by With Love for Books Blog. The novel received praise for the story and the depth of the characters. “She [the author] makes sure her readers have the chance to get to know her main characters through and through.” Said the reviewer when talking about the character development in the story.
‘The Dennis Bisskit Adventures’ was reviewed on the Leonard Tillerman’s Blog recently. The review said “when something comes along that transports us back into an age which is characterized by different priorities and needs, it is like a breath of fresh air. That is exactly what Stephen Ainley does in his novel”.
Stephen Ainley answered some interesting questions and goes into interesting details about his life in an interview with the Globeflower blog. He penned the humorous book ‘The Dennis Bisskit Adventures’, published by Austin Macauley Publishers.
The protagonist of the story is Dennis Bisskit, who is kind-hearted and is ready for any sort of adventures.
The author of romance novel ‘Return To Malta’ visited the Bedwas Library recently for a book signing event. Malcolm Lloyd Dubber spent the morning meeting his fans and signing their copies of the book.
Author of fantasy novel ‘Love in, Air In’ was featured on KAZI Book Review with Hopeton Hay on 11th March. D. M. Williams spoke about the story of the book and the way it explores connections between human souls.
“I really enjoyed it and found it hugely entertaining” said a review of Paul Andrew’s book, ‘Stop Mark Robins’. The book has received positive reviews on different platforms where readers have expressed their appreciation for the novel.