Tag: Guest Blog

Character Issues by Rob Roy O’Keefe

Maya Small is a main character in Rob Roy O’Keefe’s new book,  Small Stories: A Perfectly Absurd Novel. She has agreed to interview the author. Maya: Couldn’t you have found someone else for this? You of all people should know how busy I am… Continue Reading “Character Issues by Rob Roy O’Keefe”

Interview with Alan Kessler

                                                                          Age 11. My best friend had a typewriter and using two fingers he typed                        out a story I dictated, signed, stating my age, and submitted for publication.                        I don’t remember where but I do recall that I thought using… Continue Reading “Interview with Alan Kessler”

Interview with Hrvoje Butković

1-How do you schedule your life when you’re writing? I do my best writing in the early morning, while I’m feeling fresh and my mind is clear. I tried writing in the evening after work as well, but was too tired to achieve the… Continue Reading “Interview with Hrvoje Butković”

Interview with Fred Tippett

When did you first realize that you wanted to be a writer? Probably during my freshman year of college. I had already developed IDEAS for many short stories and a few books by then. Freshman year, though, was the first time that I actually… Continue Reading “Interview with Fred Tippett”

Interview With Chelsea DeVries

1-When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? When I was in the second grade or seven years old, I wrote a story called The Enormous Garden. My teacher said that for seven years old, my descriptions were like that of… Continue Reading “Interview With Chelsea DeVries”

Where did Fizzy Days Come from? by Mark Millicent

This book was born out of an idea to have it as a bonus “The making of.” It was going to be marketed with the Movie: what movie you say? I’ll tell you; FIZZY DAYS was the movie that my book is based on.… Continue Reading “Where did Fizzy Days Come from? by Mark Millicent

Interview With Ira Mathur

1 -When did you first realise you wanted to be a writer? When I was six, I already felt hundreds of years old because my grandmother told me stories of Mughal emperors, and my father told me stories from The Mahabharat and ancient Indian… Continue Reading “Interview With Ira Mathur

Writing From a Hotspot by Kristin Fouquet

It was the third month into the beginning of the Roaring 2020s, and New Orleanians were coming down off the high of a lively Carnival season when the devastating news broke. Our beloved holiday, Mardi Gras, had been a COVID-19 superspreader event. Along with… Continue Reading “Writing From a Hotspot by Kristin Fouquet”

How Homeschooling My Kids Led To A New Book by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

I’ve been professionally writing for about as long as I’ve been homeschooling. With over a decade under my belt, it seems silly now that I didn’t plan to write about this parallel journey.