Interview of Chad Descoteaux a.k.a. Turtle Rocket Books

We had the opportunity to interview Chad Descoteaux, a science fiction writer with an affinity for combining sci-fi weirdness with relatable characters and heartfelt sentiment. We are all about sci-fi weirdness and relatable characters! 1. When was that moment when you realized that language had power? The first time I repeated a naughty word I... Continue Reading →

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Interview of Alex Micati

This week we interviewed the elusive Alex Micati, who avoids talking about himself and looks at life and socializing through a non-committal lens. 1. Where does your inspiration come from? My inspiration comes from the news, as I am a crime novelist. I don't take ongoing or historical cases, but I check what the neighborhoods... Continue Reading →

Published in an Anthology

Young has been published in an anthology about paranormal encounters! This is a true story, and its message is so positive and encounter so creepy, they put it at the end of the book to cap off the series. His story takes place in the very same St. Vincent's Guest House in New Orleans where... Continue Reading →

Interview of Julia Benally

Come meet Julia Benally of the Bear Clan of the White Mountain Apache Tribe! She writes dark fantasy for young adults. "I like making up my own monsters." Sometimes life can get a little dark and we respect that over here. How do you rank your writing compared to those you admire? I feel like... Continue Reading →

4 Reasons to Read Our Series

1. Haunted House and Supernatural Encounters Lords of Magazine Street takes place in New Orleans, where you may have heard of a certain 6 mile stretch called Magazine Street in the French Quarter. It's a popular tourist destination, but our four Ice Cream Gangsters call it home. They live right inside the haunted St. Vincent's... Continue Reading →

Interview of Julie Watson-Daly

We had the opportunity to interview a powerful advocate for women who have endometriosis, Julie Watson-Daly. "Society tends to make us believe that we should fit into standards they’ve defined in order to be considered a part of the status quo. But what does that even mean? I think normal is boring. It’s mundane and... Continue Reading →

Interview of Norb Aikin

Norb is a poet from Courtland, NY with a very positive "go get 'em" attitude about life. In fact, he has a brand hashtag #NorbAF. Here's what it means: "It's about personal empowerment. It's taken me a long, long time to settle into who I am and be comfortable with it. All I can do... Continue Reading →

Interview of K.R. Garcia

1. How do you rank your writing compared to those you admire? I try not to compare my writing to that of other writers. I believe that everyone has a different writing style and a different perspective on what "good" writing is. That said, my writing is still growing. I'm proud of what I've accomplished,... Continue Reading →

Published in Rejected Manuscripts!

Our short story, "Son of Hades", was submitted to Rejected Manuscripts and for one whole year, the public, well, readers of Rejected Manuscripts, voted for their favorites. We teamed up with A. A. Rubin, who also had a rejected manuscript up for votes, and supported each other, asking for votes for each other's works. A.... Continue Reading →

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