Author Interviews

Author interview with Christopher Reamy of ‘Dreams of Hegemony’

Author interview with Christopher Reamy of ‘Dreams of Hegemony’

| September 23, 2017

A young, brash Emperor wishes to be like the heroes of old. He lacks patience, guidance, and wisdom. In the night he is visited by dreams, and nightmares whose meaning he can’t decipher, but he is compelled to follow his interpretation of them. Dreams of Hegemony is a story of having to trust people you […]

×
Author interview with Matthew Williams of ‘The Cronian Incident’

Author interview with Matthew Williams of ‘The Cronian Incident’

| September 17, 2017

Disgraced investigator, Jeremiah Ward, once worked the Martian beat, now he’s serving out his sentence in a mining colony on Mercury. His golden opportunity arises when a member of a powerful faction on Titan vanishes and Ward is promised, in exchange for investigating this man’s disappearance, a clean slate and a second chance. Unwittingly, Ward […]

×
Author interview with Autumn Chills of ‘Spooky Tales Inspired by Real Ghost Stories: Girl on the Train, Phantom in the Forest, & More Ghostly Encounters’

Author interview with Autumn Chills of ‘Spooky Tales Inspired by Real Ghost Stories: Girl on the Train, Phantom in the Forest, & More Ghostly Encounters’

| September 17, 2017

In this collection of spooky ghost stories, you’ll get a glimpse into the world of the supernatural. A mysterious cowboy who appears out of nowhere in a moonlit New Mexico road. The woman in blue who unnerves a young couple waiting for a train. The strange voices a grandfather and his grandson hear out at […]

×
Author interview with Philip Moss of ‘Flogging The Field: Where Country Life Meets Low Life’

Author interview with Philip Moss of ‘Flogging The Field: Where Country Life Meets Low Life’

| September 15, 2017

  After nearly blowing the whistle on his corrupt bosses’ expense-fiddling at Her Majesty’s Department of Tax & Revenue Affairs, junior tax inspector, Peter Figgis, is sent off on Operation Wild Goose to investigate VAT fraud at game fairs. He doesn’t find any. What he does find is a game fair company, Gewgaw Limited, fronting […]

×
Author interview with Kathy Steinemann of ‘The Writer’s Lexicon: Descriptions, Overused Words, and Taboos’

Author interview with Kathy Steinemann of ‘The Writer’s Lexicon: Descriptions, Overused Words, and Taboos’

| September 15, 2017

You just read your WIP and discovered that your characters nod like marionettes on every page. When they’re not nodding, they roll their eyes. Oops. Time to slash the Pinocchio strings. Transform your protagonists into believable personalities your readers will learn to love. Or hate. Get in the driver’s seat, relax, and enjoy your journey […]

×
Author interview with Mimi Emmanuel of ‘Mimi’s Eulogy to-be & Legacy’

Author interview with Mimi Emmanuel of ‘Mimi’s Eulogy to-be & Legacy’

| September 14, 2017

Read what happens “When you get a kick up the bum from your Guardian Angel…”   One of my favourite things about promoting books is following the growth of the authors who write them, and today I’ve been lucky enough to be joined by one of our returning authors Mimi Emmanuel. Mimi, it’s wonderful to […]

×
Author interview with N. C. Cummings of ‘Diary of a Dead Dreamer’

Author interview with N. C. Cummings of ‘Diary of a Dead Dreamer’

| September 14, 2017

  A country girl, Elizabeth, from a secluded family finally gets to go to college on her own. She meets up with a ghost, a very friendly housemate, and a lovable guy named Rick. The three vying for her love and attention, which, if given to the wrong one, could end up being deadly.   […]

×
Author interview with Alexa Kang of ‘Eternal Flame’

Author interview with Alexa Kang of ‘Eternal Flame’

| September 12, 2017

16-year-old Julia’s world is falling apart. Her quarterback boyfriend broke up with her. Her grades are tumbling. Her family’s new home under renovation is a mess. A time-travelling World War II soldier crashing into her room is the last thing she needs. In 1944, 18-year-old Edmond answered the draft & headed to war in France. […]

×
Author interview with Julie Hodgson of ‘All you need is love (and a big handbag)’

Author interview with Julie Hodgson of ‘All you need is love (and a big handbag)’

| September 11, 2017

When the most bookish, clumsy geek manages to bag the most handsome, beautiful man on campus – the man that all the other girls would happily have thrown their Kappa Kappa Delta sisters under the bus for – then it can’t end well. But Maggie has beaten the odds and is ten years into her […]

×
Author interview with Avi Domoshevizki of ‘Green Kills’

Author interview with Avi Domoshevizki of ‘Green Kills’

| September 7, 2017

The CEO of a promising start-up company is found dead in a luxurious hotel room. Two men who underwent what were supposed to be simple surgical procedures died on the operating table in two different hospitals. Are the deaths related? Ronnie Saar, a newly promoted partner in a leading venture capital fund, is unexpectedly nominated […]

×