Interview with Roppotucha Greenberg

Intrigued by the premise of her short story 'Clones' - Clones is about a man who keeps leaving clones of himself everywhere he goes. This troubles his partner - we asked if Roppotucha would like an interview. 1. How long do you have to write for each session before you get “in the groove?” I... Continue Reading →

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Interview of Lawrence M. Schoen

Lawrence M. Schoen holds a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology, has been nominated for the Campbell, a Hugo, five Nebulas, and won the Cóyotl award for best novel of 2015. He’s a world authority on the Klingon language, operates the small press Paper Golem, is a hypnotherapist specializing in authors’ issues, and writes science fiction and... Continue Reading →

Interview of Timothy Lawver

Hawk and Young met Tim on the same website where they met each other. He was a role model both in writing as well as in courtesy. His efforts spurred the writing community forward to unite under a banner of family. We are honored to host his author interview and promote his books. 1.  How... Continue Reading →

Interview of Elina Vale

  We interviewed Elina Vale, the author of two fiction books, one a novel and one a novella set in her Legends of Shadear world. Both are stories about avoiding slavery in a world with magic users. One must complete trials to win her freedom, and must accept and join in with his enemies in... Continue Reading →

Interview of B.K. Bass

We interviewed B.K. Bass , author of The Ravencrest Chronicles and our newest fan! In the city of Seahaven, the common folk struggle to survive in poverty under the yoke of the wealthy aristocracy.  What most don’t realize, however, is that these nobles hold darker secrets than their hidden coffers of coin.  Under a corrupt... Continue Reading →

Interview of Kent Wayne

  We interviewed Kent Wayne, author of the "Echo" trilogy, a science fiction dystopia. Within the story, there will be giant robo-suits, swords, and something akin to the Force. His work is very military, as he spent 10 years serving.  He calls himself the Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha based on the subject material of his writing.... Continue Reading →

We have our first interview!!

Elsha Hawk and Eddie-Joe Young have never met in person. This writing duo met online on a microfiction website where they found they worked well together. Both answered the questionnaire individually.  Q1 – What other authors are you friends with? and how do they help you become a better writer? We are friends with […] via... Continue Reading →

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