It’s good to Talk.  During 2019, I decided to do some Author Interviews and I had a great time getting to know a few established authors, as well as those just starting out on their writing journey when they agreed to talk to me about their writing lives. I hope they enjoyed it, as much as I did.

Unfortunately, as we all know,  2020 hasn’t gone quite the way we all had planned, but I look forward to organising more author interviews during 2021.  In the meantime, here they are.

Becci Murray

Author Interviews - It's Good to Talk
Becci Murray is a British author from Gloucestershire who has previously written sketches for children’s television and theatre plays for a children’s theatre group. She also used to run a children’s entertainment company, where she earnt a living playing musical bumps and doing the Hokey Cokey (true story).

Dreena Collins

DREENA COLLINS – Dreena Has had work featured in Mslexia magazine. She has been shortlisted in a number of writing competitions, including the Bridport Prize.  She has published three anthologies of her short story collections and is currently writing her first novel.



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James Sillwood is a writer based in Jersey, Channel Islands, and he also hosts the Jersey Writers Social Group. James has published several novels, and he also writes historical fiction under the name of James Faro including his series of books The Assiduous Quest of Tobias Hopkins.


Author Interviews - It's Good to Talk
Emanuel Andrei Cosutchi Emanuel Andrei Cosutchi is a Sci-Fi and Fantasy author from Romania.  He first novel, The Restoration, is available on Amazon.



Author Interviews - It's Good to Talk
ABIGAIL SUMMER is a British author living in France, who is currently writing the sequel to Colette: You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me, is a novel set in 1960s Guernsey (Channel Islands) Available on Amazon Kindle and in print.



Author Interviews - It's Good to Talk
Gila Green is a Canadian novelist who is based in Israel. A review of one of her books described her work as gritty, yet shimmering stories



Rajani Sharma is a writer from Bhilai, Central India. She blogs at and in November 2020 she published a collection of short stories called The Tattered Society, which is available on Amazon.










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