Q&A with Elle Marr

Thrillers are one of my favourite genres to read. I love getting caught up in a twisty, turny mystery that keeps me guessing from the first page to the last. I’ve tried to write one myself a few times but it turns out I’m not that good at plotting out a mystery. Elle Marr, on …

Q&A with Karma Brown

A few years ago, a good friend of mine told me that what I was writing sounded a lot like Karma Brown’s books and recommended I read them. I followed her advice and devoured Karma’s early novels. She quickly became a must-read for me and, as a fellow Canadian, I was inspired by her success. …

Q&A with Eddy Boudel Tan

One of the greatest things about the writing community is meeting other authors from all over the world. But there is still something special about meeting one in my own hometown. That’s Eddy. A kindred writing soul from right here in Vancouver. We first connected over potential launch party venues in our fair city (before …

Q&A with Kat Turner

In case you didn’t already know this, the 2020 Debuts are a seriously talented and wonderfully supportive group of authors. I am so grateful to have connected with them and that so many of them have shared their Q&A’s with me. Today I’m excited to feature Kat Turner. Kat’s debut novel—HEX, LOVE AND ROCK & …