Tag Archives: Sophie Masson

The Word is Murder: interview with Anthony Horowitz

Originally posted on Feathers of the Firebird:
Today, I am delighted to bring you my interview with the fantastic author Anthony Horowitz, about his latest novel, The Word is Murder. Anthony’s books, whether for adults or kids, are always gripping…

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Getting Lost in Translation: An Interview with Stephanie Smee

And now for something completely different on the old blog… My brother has a passion for all things linguistics so I am very excited to be able to host an interview with a translator at the InkAshlings blog. Stephanie is … Continue reading

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Looking for Creative Opportunity: An Interview with Sophie Masson

Many people know Sophie as the writer of a number of popular of books across many different genres and age ranges. Some may know of the work she does to support emerging writers through writers centre programs and roles with … Continue reading

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Choose Your Own Adventure Crowd-funding Project

Do you remember the old Choose Your Own Adventure books? How would you like to do one in real life? For those of you who don’t know, I’m taking part in a new collaborative writing project where myself and some … Continue reading

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NSW Writers Centre: The Speculative Fiction Festival

Yes, yes, I know this is a whole week late but as regular readers know by now, I am always doing a million things- it must be written into my DNA or something (Incidentally I went into my work yesterday … Continue reading

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