Starving Interview: Vanessa Wester, author of Hybrid

Loved taking part in this interview – it was fun! 🙂

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Good day, friends!  I’m just back from another sit-down in the Starving Kitchens with another review alumni, Vanessa Wester, author of Hybrid and the Evolution Trilogy.  Let’s waste no time and see how Ms. Wester whips up her literary recipes!

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One Week Closer…


Hello All,

Keep your hair on Ladies and Gents as it’s nearly here! The events are getting more exciting everyday and the authors are prepping with pens at the ready.

As I mentioned last week we have a lovely list of performers joining us and now we’re holding out for the authors.

Two big names we have coming out are Sara Grant and Andrew Mackay.

Sara Grant’s Novel Dark Parties takes the reader into a dystopian world where fear and lies take control. Follow the protagonist Neva as she tries to overturn the system adventure at a time. Follow Neva as she falls in love and faces her fears through the epic journey of strength and sorrow. Sara is bringing us into her story and making us question – what and where will Neva go next? Why not ask Sara at 10AM on Saturday 18th October?

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Andrew Mackay takes us…

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It’s that time of year again…


Hello Everyone, and welcome back to the IWLF run up commentary. As I’m sure many of you are aware the Lit Fest sets off with a bang on 14/10- only 3 weeks away!!! So chickens lend me your ears and we’ll do a quick run through of what’s going on!

The Youth Marquee, open on 17th & 18th, is the place to be this year! We have a kids section and a young adult section focusing not only on literature but also on theatrical experiences as well.

This week, I’m gonna keep you updated on the theatrical side of the Youth Marquee. From 11am – 1pm on Saturday 17th The Sleeping Trees, a trio of actors, will be exploring Gothic Literature with us. The Comedy Trio are well worth a watch- having been shortlisted for the “Emerging Artists Award” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012 as well as winning…

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