This week I'm interviewing Jack Price, who has recently self-published on Amazon Kindle. He chooses to express himself through lots of different mediums, and I wanted to know what pushed him to become a writer in the first place.
The world of writing and authors in that world remained closed to me for a long time before I enrolled at Huddersfield Uni. But before that, perhaps one of the only authors I did know was John Beresford. He's been established for more than 10 years now as a self-published author and has a small following in the UK and across the channel. Follow the cut to read how my interview with him went.
Today I bring you... (drumroll please) the wonderful Sophie Johnson. I've known Sophie for a couple of years now. We met through our university courses, and I knew she'd have some interesting insights and knowledge to impart. While she's often considered as "that comic book person" in her close circles, Sophie is much more than that. She's dedicated to her writing more than anything, so I wanted to know what she does it for, what it's all about, and what makes her tick.
A smiling lady with a shock of red hair and a love of the sea is author Gill Hoffs. She's been on the writing scene since 2010, but no doubt has been writing stories longer than that! I got the chance to ask her a couple of questions, so here it is: our first taste here of what it's like to be out there and published (and loving it!).