Author Interviews

Author interview with Case Lane of ‘A Better Plan: A Real Life Guide to Building Wealth from Nothing and Living a Life Without Financial Fear’

Author interview with Case Lane of ‘A Better Plan: A Real Life Guide to Building Wealth from Nothing and Living a Life Without Financial Fear’

| April 28, 2017

A Better Plan is self-help guide for the money-challenged. It’s really a direct and real-life money savings and management life plan that reminds people about old-fashioned working and saving to achieve your goals. You can use the resources you have around you and tips from around the world to help you focus on getting the […]

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Author interview with A. J. Gallant of ‘Knight of the Sword’

Author interview with A. J. Gallant of ‘Knight of the Sword’

| April 28, 2017

A teen is transformed into a wizard before his time. He must master his craft if he is to have any chance to save his kingdom.     In the middle a melange of magical creatures is where I have decided to sit down with A.J. Gallant, to find out more about the mystical myths […]

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Author interview with Dustin Porta of ‘Children of Atlas’

Author interview with Dustin Porta of ‘Children of Atlas’

| April 27, 2017

Children of Atlas is the first in the Atlas Cycle series and is where Julian Reeves lives a relatively comfortable life as a newspaper reporter in his dome city on the outer ring of the massive space station Atlas. A chance encounter with a hired assassin will dispel any notion that he lived in a […]

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Author interview with Jennifer Hooper of ‘How to deal with Anxiety’

Author interview with Jennifer Hooper of ‘How to deal with Anxiety’

| April 27, 2017

We want to be calmer. We also want to feel good about ourselves, and we want to deal with anxiety! We can achieve ALL of these goals with the newest release from the founder of the Interim Method TM, by Jennifer Hooper, Clinical Recovery Director at Jennifer Hooper Enterprise, called How to Deal with Anxiety. […]

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Author interview with Deirdre Gould of ‘After the Cure’

Author interview with Deirdre Gould of ‘After the Cure’

| April 26, 2017

Eight years ago the December Plague swept through the human population of earth. The Infected were driven mad by the disease, becoming violent and cannibalistic, killing even those closest to them without hesitation. Six years ago, the tiny surviving community of Immune humans found a cure, and the Infected began to wake up and realize […]

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Author interview with Warren Tate of ‘I GET YOU – Communication can change your destination’

Author interview with Warren Tate of ‘I GET YOU – Communication can change your destination’

| April 24, 2017

  Good communication is the key to success. ‘I Get You’ offers a practical approach to unlocking your communication super powers. We use between 16,000 and 45,000 words every day. So communicating is easy. Right? Wrong. We’re constantly competing with the Internet, social media, email, lack of time and the general noise of life. Are […]

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Author interview with Chris James on behalf of Dan Dial of ‘Sibelsnaat’

Author interview with Chris James on behalf of Dan Dial of ‘Sibelsnaat’

| April 21, 2017

Dan Dial’s synopsis of October 2015. How can anything so huge as a world in crisis be summarized? We can break it down into small pieces. The Minke whale and The Tohono O’odham Indians, for example. We can seek justice for both, or we can just sit back and watch them, and a million other […]

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Author interview with Marie Story of ‘Pug with a Passport’

Author interview with Marie Story of ‘Pug with a Passport’

| April 21, 2017

A pug on the move! Kipling the pug (known as Kip for short) has taken off on his first plane flight to see the world, learn new things and have an amazing adventure!     A jet setting pug with a passport is topic of today’s chat with Marie Story, author of the cute children’s […]

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Author interview with S. Khubiar of ‘The Eagle & the Child: the Child’

Author interview with S. Khubiar of ‘The Eagle & the Child: the Child’

| April 12, 2017

  In the first book of the Eagle and Child trilogy, Shahla functions as two women: the American who works as a Research Specialist at a Federal prison, and the Israeli asset whose clandestine work is concealed by her American job. She tries to disengage from two governments that are ripping holes in her soul, […]

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Author interview with Aarti Patel of ‘The Art of Health: Simple and Powerful Keys for Creating Health in Your Life’

Author interview with Aarti Patel of ‘The Art of Health: Simple and Powerful Keys for Creating Health in Your Life’

| April 12, 2017

The Art of Health answers the question: How can we getting healthier in an easier, more affordable, and less burdensome way than society tells us to do? Everywhere you look, there are rules about health, and these rules and ideals put people on the defensive about their health and induce guilt rather than inspiring us […]

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