We interviewed author Amit Nangia to find out about his debut book entitled Killer in the Shadows!, released recently, and which has been getting rave reviews. Amit also described a new concept of books called Quickies and his writing plans for the future. Read on to learn what the man himself had to say who also shared some tips on writing crime fiction. Welcome to e-Books … [Read more...] about An Interview with Amit Nangia, Author of Killer in the Shadows!
Archives for March 2015
Books with a film star mentioned in the title are immediately eye-catching and memorable. So when I saw The Gospel According to Drew Barrymore (you know, kick-ass Drew Barrymore from Charlie's Angels or the girl-power, tough roller-skater of Whip It?), I knew I had to read it. Even though I know it is not really about her, it gives you a sense of what the … [Read more...] about Novelicious Picks…Five Books with a Hollywood Star in the Title
How much is your writing desk worth? Is it a sleek and simple flat-pack number purchased from IKEA for £40? Or a well-loved antique find perhaps, uncovered in a market for a tidy (but reasonable) sum? Chances are it didn’t cost £780,000 – the price tag attached to Charles Dickens’ desk, which was secured for the nation by The Charles Dickens Museum in London this weekend. The … [Read more...] about News – Charles Dickens’ Desk and Chair Bought for the Nation for £780,000
Welcome to our new writing advice column, where you'll find bestselling author Julie Cohen answering reader questions! Over to you, Julie. I’m so excited about this first column for Novelicious, starting a series where I answer writers’ questions. We’ve already had lots of questions coming in, and I hope I’ll get to all of them in turn. But the first question is … [Read more...] about Dear Julie – When Should I Stop Editing?
Reviewed by Susan Lobban The death of her father has brought Riley MacPherson back to New Bern, North Carolina. Unfortunately her childhood home does not hold many happy memories – Riley’s family have never recovered from the suicide of her older sister Lisa. Riley was only a toddler when tragedy struck and has had to live with two parents who rarely mention their eldest child … [Read more...] about Review – The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain