Author Interviews

Author interview with Aleksey Savchenko of ‘Cyberside’

Author interview with Aleksey Savchenko of ‘Cyberside’

| October 17, 2018

Set in a dystopian future, humanity has escaped the decaying physical landscape of Earth by transferring its collective conciseness into the digital world known as the Cyberside.     Will humanity survive in this dystopian landscape? Aleksey Savchenko, half of the writing minds behind the sci-fi adventure Cyberside, has kindly joined me today to guide […]

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Author interview with N.R. Lovitt of ‘Magoch: Young and Lost in a New Era’

Author interview with N.R. Lovitt of ‘Magoch: Young and Lost in a New Era’

| October 14, 2018

When Ezreth, an old world mage, awakens, he steals an ancient book and causes a magical event that strips the modern world of its normality, leaving the citizens of Kale to deal with the dangers of living in a world ripe with magic. After doing so, his magic interests a wealthy historian child named Ms. […]

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Author interview with Sonya Jesus of ‘Knights After My Heart’

Author interview with Sonya Jesus of ‘Knights After My Heart’

| October 11, 2018

Lia is a typical college junior with commitment issues. As she works her way around her heart, she has no idea she’s being stalked by a person who has infiltrated her inner circle. The closer she gets to figuring out who wins her heart, the more Hawk unravels. No one’s safe.     Will Lia’s […]

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Author interview with Martin Humphries of ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’

Author interview with Martin Humphries of ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’

| September 28, 2018

It’s the sixties, and London might be swinging, but not for our girl, Edith. Raised in a miserable home full of anger and hate, life for poor Edith seems to hold little hope. But she finds plenty when she teams up with her older gay cousin, Ronnie, who makes her his mission with a plan […]

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Author interview with Joshua Ahye of ‘Into The Blue River’

Author interview with Joshua Ahye of ‘Into The Blue River’

| September 26, 2018

Into The Blue River is a new age medieval fantasy novel that follows the journey of young Kanoa. A blind boy who gains strange healing abilities and attempts to navigate the daunting world with his brother Khai, as they face off against a growing reptilian invasion.     Will these brothers be able to fight […]

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Author interview with Denin Nolan of ‘Nutty The Lost Bolt’

Author interview with Denin Nolan of ‘Nutty The Lost Bolt’

| September 26, 2018

Nutty is a bolt that fell of from a wheel. He is not feeling well if he stands still. He has to spin! That is why he gets in adventures where he meets new friends and learns new values. In Nutty The Lost Bolt, Nutty joins a car, a rocket and a helicopter in order […]

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Author interview with Emily Bouch of ‘Moving the Chains’

Author interview with Emily Bouch of ‘Moving the Chains’

| September 25, 2018

    As a freshman, Abby is the star quarterback of her small town’s high school football team. When she finds out her family is moving to the big city and leaving behind everything she knows, Abby’s latent anxiety becomes a problem that she can no longer ignore. To be successful both on and off […]

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Author interview with Maria Saez of ‘The Mixtape book.’

Author interview with Maria Saez of ‘The Mixtape book.’

| September 21, 2018

Poems about love, heartbreak, the struggle, and any wisdom I can transfer from my experience to yours. Also, a short story entitled “Funny robot.” Let me know what you think.     What should we think about love, heartbreak and struggle? Maria Saez, author of ‘The Mixtape book’ has set aside a few moments to […]

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Author interview with Michelle Areaux of ‘Evershade’

Author interview with Michelle Areaux of ‘Evershade’

| September 21, 2018

Sixteen-year-old Elle thinks she’s got life in Shady Oaks all under control until new boy Asher comes to town. Elle can’t explain it, but she can’t deny the connection she feels to him. Things with Asher are going great until they’re out one night and nearly attacked by a large wolf. Before she knows it, […]

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Author interview with Scott Kinkade of ‘The Game Called Revolution’

Author interview with Scott Kinkade of ‘The Game Called Revolution’

| September 18, 2018

    The Game Called Revolution is a steampunk retelling of the French Revolution, featuring a strong female protagonist, a strong female antagonist, airships, and a healthy mix of fictional characters and historical figures.     Ever considered a steampunk version of the French Revolution? Jump into this exciting retelling with author Scott Kinkade, who […]

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