• Rozana McGrattan discusses her memoir, Street Girl

    Interview with Rozana McGrattan – Street Girl

    February 22, 2016 Blog

    I guess we should start by saying that Street Girl certainly isn’t for the feint hearted, is it?

    No, not really. It’s a tough story about a hard life, but it comes good in the end. I’m hoping it will be inspirational for many readers, particularly women readers. I’m sure many of them will be able to identify with some of the things I went through.

    With this story being a memoir, and particularly one with such …


  • Elana A. Mugdan hands out with her best friend

    Interview with Elana A. Mugdan – Dragon Speaker

    February 21, 2016 Blog

    PWM: Where did the inspiration for Dragon Speaker come from?

    ELANA: I started writing Dragon Speaker on the day I turned 14. I was a socially awkward kid, just a little too weird to fit in, and I had an existential crisis on my birthday – or at least, as existential a crisis as a teenage girl can have. “Who am I?” I wondered. “Where is my life headed? What sort of person am I going …


  • Jody working on The Moors

    Interview with Jody Medland – The Moors

    February 18, 2016 Blog, Interviews

    PWM: What made you write The Moors?

    JODY: It’s a tough question to answer because it’s one of the very first things I wrote, and why does anyone work on that first project? I was studying at the time. I adored films, but the film studies course I was on was incredibly limited and with too much theory for my liking – so I wrote The Moors as a screenplay.

    The book started as a screenplay?

    Yes, it …


  • Writer Jody Medland takes questions about writing

    Author Q&A with Jody Medland

    August 21, 2015 Blog

    Right after Jody read the prologue to his debut novel, The Moors, he sat down and took a selection of questions from somebody who knows him incredibly well, his older sister, before taking further questions from the audience.