Tag: author interview

Author interview with Chris Humphreys

What’s your favorite thing you have written? Oh, so hard to answer! It’s like choosing between my children! (Uh, actually that’s easy because I only have one) I like different books for different reasons: the mad fun of The French Executioner, the cool adventures… Continue Reading “Author interview with Chris Humphreys”

An interview with Elizabeth Kropf

1.      What inspired you to write the poems in What Mothers Withhold? The poems in “what mothers withhold” took about ten years to write and are largely based on my experiences with motherhood. Chronologically, the first poem is about an ultrasound of my first daughter. I… Continue Reading “An interview with Elizabeth Kropf”

Interview with Kate Moseman, Author of Roller Coaster Romance

Interview with Kate Moseman, Author of Roller Coaster Romance   Tell us about your upcoming novel, Roller Coaster Romance. Roller Coaster Romance is the story of a theme park manager who falls for one of her employees (and vice versa) in the middle of… Continue Reading “Interview with Kate Moseman, Author of Roller Coaster Romance”

The Echoing Green and Other Stories by David Jordan

The Echoing Green and Other Stories by David Jordan  Excerpt: Once he got into his stride, he told the story much more competently than he thought he would. As he got deeper into it, he began to see it in his mind. It was… Continue Reading “The Echoing Green and Other Stories by David Jordan”

An interview with Kristina Rienzi

  Author: Kristina Rienzi Book: Among Us   What is the main plot of Among Us? Among Us is a science fiction-based government conspiracy thriller set at the Jersey Shore. The main character, Marci Simon, lives a double life. She’s a conservative English professor… Continue Reading “An interview with Kristina Rienzi”

The Mighty Book Review By Whitney Rines

The Mighty Book Review By Whitney Rines   Word of mouth, platform, promotion, and marketing in general. All of this is important to the success of any author, but none so important as the mighty Book Review. It sets the standard for what others… Continue Reading “The Mighty Book Review By Whitney Rines”

Why Your Inner Voice Can Be Your Biggest Challenge — Or Advocate By Alison Robertson

Why Your Inner Voice Can Be Your Biggest Challenge — Or Advocate By Alison Robertson People often ask me what was my motivation for writing my book. As a personal development coach, I wanted to branch out into public speaking.  I was told the… Continue Reading “Why Your Inner Voice Can Be Your Biggest Challenge — Or Advocate By Alison Robertson”

A little chat with Jim Christina

A little chat with Jim Christina   What’s your favorite thing you have written?  Jonah Blue and Jefferson’s Chance What’s your favorite thing that someone else has written?  The Cain Mutiny What are you working on writing now?  The Longest Night (Novel) Do you have a favorite… Continue Reading “A little chat with Jim Christina”

Do it, instead of thinking about it by Dennis Scheel

            Do it, instead of thinking about it by Dennis Scheel   Writing a story, no matter what the length of it is, can be a daunting task. A story must be planned out and checked through a few times for errors, also adding… Continue Reading “Do it, instead of thinking about it by Dennis Scheel”