Author Interviews

Author interview with C. L. Francisco of ‘This Madness of the Heart’

Author interview with C. L. Francisco of ‘This Madness of the Heart’

| March 31, 2017

Bad religion can be deadly. So Miranda Lamden, small-town religion professor, discovers in This Madness of the Heart. The dark hollers of Eastern Kentucky offer fertile soil for shady evangelist Jasper Jarboe, new president of Grace and Glory Bible College, as he beguiles the small mining town of Canaan Wells with his snake-oil charm. When […]

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Author interview with Stella Marie Alden of ‘Dangerous Code’

Author interview with Stella Marie Alden of ‘Dangerous Code’

| March 31, 2017

Detective O’Brien puts his attraction to a beautiful genius on hold in order to find the terrorist who has breached NYC’s firewalls. Is it someone from her past as she claims, or is her? Or maybe her artificial intelligence program is completely out of control.   What threatens the safety of New York? Is it […]

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Author interview with DD Sparxx of ‘Crash Into Me’

Author interview with DD Sparxx of ‘Crash Into Me’

| March 30, 2017

Ashford Westinghouse is handsome, well built, and successful. He certainly doesn’t see himself as lonely. He often uses one-night stands as a coping mechanism to help him blot out the pain of losing the only woman he’s ever loved. She left him without a hint as to why and he has no desire to ever […]

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Author interview with Jim Molinelli of ‘Remodel! Without Going Bonkers or Broke’

Author interview with Jim Molinelli of ‘Remodel! Without Going Bonkers or Broke’

| March 29, 2017

American homeowners know virtually nothing about how to properly remodel despite spending over $300 billion per year doing it! Well, that changes today!     Are you tackling remodelling or interested in taking on the challenge of remodelling in the future? Before you dive right in, make sure you take heart of today’s advice from […]

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Author interview with Alexis Abbott of ‘Begging for Bad Boys’

Author interview with Alexis Abbott of ‘Begging for Bad Boys’

| March 28, 2017

  USA Today and Top Best Selling Romance authors have come together to give you this tempting bundle of 13 sinful bad boys that’ll have you on your knees and begging for more!     Today Alexis Abbott, one of the best selling authors responsible for today’s romance bundle ‘Begging for Bad Boys’, joins me […]

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Author interview with Jennie Bennett of ‘Undercover Fan’

Author interview with Jennie Bennett of ‘Undercover Fan’

| March 27, 2017

  Corrine has a secret. Admitting her love for K-Pop would be social suicide, but when her favorite singer, Minji, starts coming to her school she develops feelings deeper than a celebrity crush. Now she must decide between revealing the truth, or losing Minji forever.     Will Corrine reveal her secret, or keep her […]

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Author interview with Cristiane Serruya of ‘Love Painted in Red’

Author interview with Cristiane Serruya of ‘Love Painted in Red’

| March 27, 2017

After being a POW, Tavish forsook his military career living a bleak and dark existence. But when he meets Laetitia, a sizzling attraction ignites between them. Laetitia, who fled hell on earth, resists his advances to preserve her new life and recently found peace. Laetitia becomes Tavish’s obsession; Tavish, Laetitia’s unattainable dream. Meanwhile, a man […]

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Author interview with Roy Tasker of ‘Upside Down & Backwards with the Law of Attraction’

Author interview with Roy Tasker of ‘Upside Down & Backwards with the Law of Attraction’

| March 26, 2017

The son of an alcoholic, physically and mentally abusive father, Roy grew up below poverty level and never learned how to read or write. Some years later as a young single father of five children, homeless and illiterate, Roy couldn’t look past his own thoughts that were flooded with lack, limitation, fear, and shame, which […]

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Author interview with Geoff Jones of ‘The Dinosaur Four’

Author interview with Geoff Jones of ‘The Dinosaur Four’

| March 26, 2017

The Dinosaur Four is an R-rated B-movie time-travel thriller about ten everyday strangers trapped 67 million years in the past. The story begins when the corner of a building containing a cafe is suddenly transported from downtown Denver to the late Cretaceous. The people inside must figure out where they are, how they got there, […]

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Author interview with Bob Brink of ‘Murder in Palm Beach: The Homicide That Never Died’

Author interview with Bob Brink of ‘Murder in Palm Beach: The Homicide That Never Died’

| March 25, 2017

Rodger Kriger answers the doorbell at his Palm Beach home one night in 1976, and is hit by a fatal shotgun blast. An ambitious prosecutor despises hoodlum Mitt Hecher, and gets him indicted. At Hecher’s trial, fellow jail inmates testify that he confessed. He is convicted and sentenced to the brutal Raiford prison. As numerous […]

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