Interview with Lynne M. Hinkey, author of “Ye Gods!”

When did you find out you loved to write? You’ve probably heard this a thousand times: I’ve been writing since I could hold...

Interview with Dori Ann Dupré, author of “Scout’s Honor”

A common misconception entwined with authors is that they are socially inept, how true is that? As in any community of people, there...

Interview with Angela Doll Carlson, author of “Nearly Orthodox”

Where did you get the idea for Nearly Orthodox? I've been pitching books to publishers for the better part of 10 years and...

Interview with Laura M. Kolar, author of “Canvas Bound”

Did you ever have a rough patch in writing, where nothing in the story seemed to fit or make sense? The second book...

Interview with Taneisha Grace, author of “God, Love & All My Soul”

How important is research to you when writing a book? Before it wasn’t a big deal to me. This was before I learned...

Interview with Dan Britt, author of “Drumopedia”

How long did it take you to finish Drumopedia? It took about 11 months until I was satisfied with every edit and the...

Interview with Jennifer M Rodriguez, author of “Lunch on Thursdays”

Do all authors have to be grammar Nazis? Authors use writing as a tool of their profession, so it is important to have...

Interview with Piper Templeton, author of “Rain Clouds and Waterfalls”

Do all authors have to be grammar Nazis? Yes! An occasional typo or error is okay, but if I notice consistent grammatical errors,...

Interview with Allison M. Lewis, author of “Just the Way You Are”

Do all authors have to be grammar Nazis? No, an author doesn’t necessarily have to be a grammar Nazis. However, as a grammar...

Interview with Bruno Jambor, author of “Wildfire in The Desert”

If you could have been the original author of any book, what would it have been and why? I don’t imagine myself being...

Passion of the illuminati

HELLO WORLD I must admit once learning that writer and filmmaker Daniel Gross was also an alumnus of U.S.C., where I had my beginning years...

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