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Interview with Sally Green

16th April 2016 | Books

Interview with Sally Green

Sally Green published her first novel, Half Bad, in 2014 and it became an instant hit. The follow up, Half Wild, in 2015 was even bigger and now it’s time for the final instalment of the trilogy, Half Lost, to make its impact.

Sally only discovered her love of writing in 2010 and, since then, hasn’t stopped. Her books, so far, have made her a promising name in the publishing world – and it’s likely to only get bigger.



James Gilmore interviewed Sally Green about Half Lost, the entire Half Bad trilogy and advice for wanna-be authors.
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James Gilmore interviews Sally Green

James Gilmore interviews Sally Green about Half Lost, the entire Half Bad trilogy and advice for wanna-be authors.

 

Life Lessons: Scarlett and the Journey to Meatballs

26th March 2016 | Books

Life Lessons: Scarlett and the Journey to Meatballs

Scarlett was scrolling on her phone one day, reading through all of the boring, uninteresting, repetitive, dumb posts that her so called friends decided were important enough to point out on the internet.

She had been doing this for a good half a day, with no breaks for eating or excreting, and had decided that enough had been enough. Now was the time to get off her bottom and off of her phone and into the kitchen to make some food.

However, some may deem this as a coincidence, but just before she pressed the off button on her portable device, a post came up from one of those cooking pages.

It was one of their really annoying videos of a birds eye view of some hands preparing some food with lots of jump cuts and ukulele music and culminating in them producing a mediocre dish and some guy going “oh yes!” but not like Churchill the dog who said “oh yes!” in an interesting way, mainly because he was a dog, but this voice was annoying and American and the guy kind of laughed when he said it even though he wasn’t being funny.

Idiot.

Anyway, Scarlett was fooled by the video she had watched and decided that she would actually attempt to make the depicted meal. It was spaghetti and meatballs but the meatballs had a bit of mozzarella in them so they were supposed to be cooler.

Not.

Unfortunately she was thinking with her stomach, not her brain, for when she went into the kitchen she discovered that she had none of the right ingredients to work with in order to make these meatballs.

She had some ready meals in the freezer but that wasn’t good enough for her.…

Interview with Rick Yancey

26th March 2016 | Books

Interview with Rick Yancey

There are five waves.

First Wave: Lights Out. Second Wave: Surf's Up. Third Wave: Pestilence. Fourth Wave: Silencers. Fifth Wave...

Rick Yancey is the author of bestselling book series The Fifth Wave, which has just been released by Sony Pictures as a major motion picture starring Chloe Grace Moretz.

Four waves of increasingly deadly alien attacks have left most of Earth decimated. Cassie is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother.


James Gilmore interviewed author Rick Yancey about seeing his book turned into a film, his opinion on the release, and the rest of The Fifth Wave trilogy.

Broadcasted worldwide, only on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews Rick Yancey

James Gilmore interviews The Fifth Wave author Rick Yancey about seeing his book turned into a film, his opinion on the release, and the rest of The Fifth Wave trilogy.