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The 'joy' of publication day

A blog post explaining the mixed emotions most writers feel when their book is published.

News for 2017!

New book deal signed with Bookouturehttp://www.bookouture.com/2017/02/22/bookouture-to-publish-two-more-historical-novels-by-debbie-rix/

LIFE IMITATES ART!

Last night I was watching a documentary on BBC-2 about Christies the international auction house.   Called ‘Sold! Inside the World’s Biggest Auction House’ this two-part documentary made by the talented Michael Waldman was a delightful and observant ‘fly on the wall’ to celebrate Christies’ 250th anniversary.   This episode highlighted the huge prices some items can command. Imagine my…

Female First: 10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me

To coincide with the launch of my second novel: Daughters of the Silk Road, I was interviewed by the wonderful Female First.

The Nature of Inspiration

A blog piece discussing what inspires novelists to write about a particular subject.

Book cover reveal

New novel launched and available for pre-order

Heroes and heroines in historical fiction

An exploration of the ideal hero or heroine in a historical fiction novel

New book for 2016

Article about the influences of my next book that follows the Silk Road

2016

I have just received the 'edits' for my new book. I am delighted to say that they are minimal... just a bit of re-jigging of the modern story. It's always a scary moment when you open the email from the editor... will a complete revision be required, or just a small tweak? The upside is that I trust my editor completely - she has a fantastic instinct. So now I must crack on with the changes.…

The 'art' of storytelling

I was recently invited to be the guest speaker at week-long conference on ‘creativity’ at a very trendy advertising agency in London. In the course of their week of activity on subjects as diverse as ‘the importance of curiosity’ and the use of new technology, their final guest ‘spot’, and the one I was invited to fill, was ‘The art of storytelling’.

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