Interview of Ruthanne Reid

We've had the pleasure of interviewing Ruthanne Reid about her book THE SUNDERED (and look for her upcoming epic fantasy, BELOVED, NOTTE in December.) Currently a resident of Long Island City and a loving mom to one current cat and numerous future ones, Ruthanne is happily married to a fellow geek who loves good stories... Continue Reading →

Interview of Sam Swicegood

When was that moment when you realized that language had power? When I was younger, I had a stutter. It was pretty bad. And people wouldn't talk  to me and I was frustrated and isolated...and then I got speech therapy and I was suddenly able to express myself in correct language. it changed my life... Continue Reading →

Book Release Interview of Sarah Fader

When was that moment when you realized that language had power? From as early as seven years old I realized how powerful language was. I remember my dad exclaiming "Great! Just great!" after the light went out in our apartment. I said, "Dad, that's not great." He replied "That's called sarcasm." He then took the... Continue Reading →

Interview of James Victor Jordan

With a list of positive quotes from famous-type people, James Victor Jordan has embraced marketing his book full-force. In fact, he approached us with a fully formed interview! Yet we had to ask our own questions, of course.   A lawyer turned author, he embraced crime fiction writing full time. The pictures in this post... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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