Author: Katya de Becerra

  • Co-Editing & General Writing Updates

    I like to slow down, take a long breath (and hold it), and take stock. It has now been over 3 years since my debut novel What The Woods Keep was published (and Oasis, my second novel, has now been out for 2). Releasing this duo has been among the best experiences of my life.…

  • Interview with Candace Robinson

    I am very excited today to welcome Candace Robinson back to my blog with another interview! You might remember, if you’ve been following my old blog, that I have first interviewed Candace in 2018 – you can read that interview here. Today, however, I wanted to chat to Candace about her co-writing experiences. She has…

  • Writing update, including forthcoming anthologies

    I’m back, and I’m writing! I wanted to briefly share with you some writing updates. If you’ve been following me on social media, you’d have seen that I’ve recently made a series of announcements about forthcoming anthologies which will feature my stories. I have a special place of love reserved for short fiction as it…

  • Interview with Claire L. Smith (author of Helena)

    Today I’m excited to welcome Claire L. Smith to my site to chat about her debut horror novella Helena (out now with Clash Books – you can find buy links in the end of the interview). About Helena: On the outskirts of London, 1855, mortician and funeral director Helena Morrigan struggles with her limited finances…

  • Interview with Margot Harrison (author of The Glare and The Killer in Me)

    If you’ve been following me on the social, you know I love interviewing authors (check out the list of past interviews I’ve conducted – in the end of this post), so after transitioning into this new website format from my old, dusty Google Blogger, here I’m again. Today I’m very excited to be interviewing Margot…

  • 2020: A strange review or a strange year

    In Russia some people belief that the way you start your year will define how the rest of the year unfolds. Growing up, I’ve definitely witnessed (and myself participated in) many a strange ritual, domestic and public, aimed at welcoming a new year in just the perfect way, cheerfully and happily, so that the rest…