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 Robyn Harding

Is there anything better than finding out one of your favourite writers is from your hometown? That’s exactly what happened to me after I bought The Party by Robyn Harding, devoured it in a couple of days and read the author bio. I was so inspired to find out that a fellow Vancouver-ite had found …

Q&A with Kelly Charron

Back when we were still allowed to go out to events and spend time with people outside of our own homes, I attended a brunch with Karma Brown. At the event, I connected with a few of my favourite local book people (Hi Robyn! Hi Dany!) and had the pleasure of meeting a few for …

Q&A with Anita Kushwaha

Connecting with other authors on social media has been incredibly helpful to me as I prepare for my own book release. They have all been amazing but finding a fellow Canadian that writes the same genre and is a genuinely wonderful and supportive human being was a major bonus I received when I connected with …

Q&A with Alison Hammer

I hope you all are staying safe and sane during these trying times. As I wrote about previously this is a very strange time to be a debut author. We are all struggling to accept that our first babies are launching in a world that is forever changed. Since my book is releasing as a …