I published this post first in August 2015 but her books are worth checking out anytime 🙂 Today I am happy to introduce you to Lorna Peel author of contemporary and historical romance who is so kind as to tell us a little about her writing experience. I will review her new book “Into the … Continue reading The Bee Talks With… Lorna Peel
This post was first published in August 2015: Oh hello, looks like I am not so quiet today. Well, I have promised Tiara to post her interview this week Thursday so I cannot stand back and break a promise. That is not what the Bee does! Well, at least not on purpose. Ah never mind. … Continue reading The Bee Talks With… Tiara James
This post was first published in July 2015: Today I am honoured to introduce you to A.J. Sendall who “has been collecting people and places. From the blood-soaked streets of Kampala, the polluted dust bowls of the Sahara, to the pristine ice floes of the Antarctic, he has gathered and filed them away. Some have … Continue reading The Bee Talks With… A.J. Sendall
What an incredible family! 🤗 Unfortunately, I could not re-blog the original post, so you have to click around a little but it’s so worth peeps. 👍 And while you are at it, sign up for Ritu’s newsletter and get a copy of the book. 😇 I’ll let you know what I think once chemo … Continue reading Re-blog: When Your Mum Speaks – Mum Chats about My Book! By Ritu Bhathal
August 2020 I am not quite sure how uncertain authors are today about working with book bloggers. Blogs are certainly much more “a thing” than they were in 2015. So maybe this quote isn’t that up to date anymore. However, Barb Drozdowitch is a brilliant social media advisor, and it’s worth checking out her page … Continue reading Re-Post: Teaser Tuesday: The Authors Guide To Working With Book Bloggers
October 2019 Today I share an author interview from 2015 with an incredible lady: May 2015 Rachel Thompson profile picture via Goodreads Today I am happy to introduce you to Rachel Thompson. She is a writer with topics close to my heart: sexual abuse, suicide, healing and love and she does it in poetic words. … Continue reading Blast from the Past: The Bee Talks With… Rachel Thompson
September 2019 Another blast from the past author interview December 2014 Life can be ironic but maybe there are no co-incidents: A day after Malala Yousafzai born in Pakistan’s Swat Valley received the Peace Nobel Prize an author born in the same place has agreed to talk to The Bee: I am very proud to … Continue reading Blast from the Past: The Bee Talks With… Khalid Muhammad
Today, a little out of the usual “The Bee Talks With…”-rhythm, I am happy to introduce to Allie Burke. She is a young author from Burbank, California, who writes books she can’t find anywhere in a bookstore as she says on her homepage. It is close to the end of her virtual book tour with … Continue reading Blast from the Past: The Bee Talks With… Allie Burke
This was first posted in April 2015: Today I feel honored to host Sarah E. Olson who kindly agreed to answer my questions. Sarah has written a book called “Becoming One” where she describes her healing journey from abuse victim who has dissociated to becoming one and supporting others via her blog “Third Of A … Continue reading Blast from the Past: The Bee Talks With… Sarah E. Olson
Hello everybody, how are you doing? I hope life is treating you well and if not remember, you are in my thoughts and prayers!
Happy Good News Tuesday!
For today’s good news I am sharing a video by Great Ormond Street Hospital… Continue reading Of Good News, Coding and Tips for Writers