Interview with Mathieu Cailler, author of “Loss Angeles”

A common misconception entwined with authors is that they are socially inept, how true is that? I think an author has to like...

Interview with Harley McRide & Carson Mackenzie, authors of “Vengeance”

A common misconception entwined with authors is that they are socially inept, how true is that? There is partial truth to it. As...

Interview with Terialina, author of “Enchanting Starlight”

What makes this particular genre you are involved in so special? Growing up I always loved to read and write fairytales. I would...

Interview with Miles Rothwell, author of “Genius Remote”

If you could have been the original author of any book, what would it have been and why? Ulysses because of its enormous...

Interview with Emily Minton & Julia Keith, authors of “Trapped With the Alpha”

Do you like traveling or do you prefer staying indoors? I love to travel. My family and I have been lucky enough to...

Interview with Kevin Tumlinson, author of “Evergreen”

Some writers create a bubble around themselves until they’re finished with their project – how true is that in your case? I don’t...

Interview with Christine McAteer, author of “Daddy Sir!”

What makes this particular genre you are involved in so special? I have written a memoir of an abuse survivor. That is a...

Interview with C.J. Adrien, author of “The Oath of the Father”

How old were you when you published your first novel? I was 25 years old when my first novel went to print. That...

Interview with C.L. Denault, author of “Gambit”

What inspires you to write? My inspiration for writing usually comes from a sudden idea that leads to a series of “what if”...

Interview with Jesse Birkey, author of “Finding Home”

Do all authors have to be grammar Nazis? Ha! I think taking it to that extreme is a choice. However, as we continue...

Readers Must Care about the Characters

Every story is feelings. Period. It doesn't matter who the characters are, readers must know what they are feeling throughout the story, and as...

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