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A Day in the Life of Crimewriter Tim Ellis

Posted by sibelhodge on Tuesday, February 26, 2013, In : Guest Blog 
I'm pleased to welcome the amazing crimewriter Tim Ellis on my blog, talking about how he spends a typical day. Take it away Tim...

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So, here's the thing! I was reading an article in Writer's Magazine about Bernard Cornwell's day, one of my favourite authors. So, I thought if Bernard can do it, so can I. My day usually begins about 5am, but I don't beat myself up if I have a lie in now and again. The dogs (four of them) look at me as if I'm a sandwich short of a picnic. Three of them get up, g...

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Welcome Tracey Alley!

Posted by sibelhodge on Monday, February 11, 2013, In : Guest Blog 
I've got a guest post by the fab author Tracey Alley today...

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The Scorpion and the Frog 

I'm certain that practically everyone has heard the parable of the Scorpion and the Frog so bear with me while I repeat it for the few who don't know it.  


"The land is flooding and the only way out is to cross the river.  A scorpion says to a frog "take me over the river on your back please" and the frog replies "I can't.  You're a scorpion and you'll sting me".  But the scorpion pleads his case by saying ...

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Is Chick Lit worth lying for?

Posted by sibelhodge on Tuesday, April 17, 2012, In : Guest Blog 
Worth Lying For


I've got the fab Lisa Cheney and Lisa Craig here on my blog today talking about their latest chick lit release, Worth Lying For. Take it away girls...

Our new indie novel, Worth Lying For is a big, fat slice out of the life of forty-year-old Mary Minke. When Mary stumbles upon a bag of drug money—and steals it—no one could be as surprised as our goody-two-shoes main character.

Speaking of shoes, our original working title was Will Steal for Shoes. We loved that title. Then we sent out query...

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Diana Rivers is back!

Posted by sibelhodge on Tuesday, January 3, 2012, In : Guest Blog 


 


Mystery-suspense-thriller writer, Faith Mortimer is delighted to add book three to her best-selling Diana Rivers mystery thriller series. This latest novel, “The Surgeon’s blade”  is more chilling, tense and is described as a ‘real corker of a read’.

When nursing sister, Libby Hunter wakes up in hospital following a traumatic sailing accident she discovers two deeply disturbing things. One - she has lost her memory and two – the stranger, (Nigel) whom she finds sitting by her beds...

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Guest Blog by Russell Blake

Posted by sibelhodge on Tuesday, December 13, 2011, In : Guest Blog 

Russell Blake
 
It's my pleasure to welcome Russell Blake onto my blog today...

About Russell

Russell is the international bestselling author of Fatal Exchange, a groundbreaking genre-blending thriller set against the counter-culture backdrop of New York’s gritty underground, The Geronimo Breach, an action/intrigue/thriller set in Panama, the bestselling Zero Sum trilogy of Wall Street thrillers – Kotov Syndrome, Focal Point and Checkmate (which hit #15 on Amazon’s top 100 free books), The Delphi Chroni...


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Guest blog by David Lender

Posted by sibelhodge on Saturday, November 26, 2011, In : Guest Blog 

It's my pleasure to welcome thriller writer David Lender onto my blog today. He's talking about his latest book which sounds like a powerful read. Take it away David!

Vaccine Nation Guest Blog Post 

When I started formulating ideas for my new thriller, Vaccine Nation, I settled first on writing about a gutsy, strong-willed woman protagonist.  That decision was influenced by the enjoyment I got from creating and living with the character of Sasha, the feisty heroine of my first novel, Trojan H...


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Meet Cidney Swanson

Posted by sibelhodge on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, In : Guest Blog 


I've got the lovely Cidney Swanson on my blog today. Take it away Cidney...

Love in a Minor Key

While my main characters wake me early in the morning and keep me tossing and turning at night, there are days when I find myself seduced by the charms of one of the minor characters inhabiting my personal universe.

Like Sir Walter de Rochefort.

Ah, Sir Walter, you relentless tease. Of all the characters in my Ripple series, he’s the most likely to tell me what he’s thinks of something. Anything. T...

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Meet Isobel from Away With The Fairies

Posted by sibelhodge on Saturday, November 5, 2011, In : Guest Blog 
Away With The Fairies

I've got a guest post today on my blog by Vivienne Tufnell...

Interview with Isobel...

 

As a writer, I meet some extraordinary people in the course of my work and I get to write their stories for them. Of all the people who have appeared in my books, Isobel Trelawny, whom you may know from Away With The Fairies, has appeared in more tales than anyone else. She's played best supporting actress in several but she's the star of Away With The Fairies and today she's agreed to sit down with me and h...


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Guest Blog by Libby Helmann - two tales from the Sixties

Posted by sibelhodge on Sunday, April 24, 2011, In : Guest Blog 

It's my pleasure to welcome a guest blog today from Libby Helmann about two stories that happened to her in the 60s. Now, I'm far too young to remember the sixties, (what? I am!), so this is really interesting for me. Take it away Libby...

Hi, all. Grab a cup of coffee, won’t you?  All right, let’s go. 

I’m not going to recap the Sixties for you. Some of you undoubtedly remember, right? And if you don’t, I just wrote a thriller that’s set – in part --  during that time period. Inste...

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Sibel Hodge I'm an author of comedy mystery and romantic comedy novels, and a huge fan of the screwball comedy genre. In my spare time I'm Wonder Woman! For more about me and my novels, please check out my book page.

 

 

 

 

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