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Archive for June, 2012

Interview with Sean Chandler

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

 SEAN CHANDLER   When did you first decide you wanted to write?  I had always considered myself an aspiring writer, ever since fifth grade when I wrote a short story called “Meteorite!” that won a state-wide elementary school writing award.  But the moment I decided to become a novelist and start taking this whole [...]


Review of DAZED – Nikki Palomino

Saturday, June 30th, 2012 DAZED From the beginning of Nikki Palomino’s Dazed I knew I was in for an intense ride. The pain and haze that living on the streets had enveloped Eric in was evident through the writing. Palomino has a very raw style of writing that gets the point across. Anyone who has been or has [...]


Interview with Kathleen Ball

Friday, June 29th, 2012

Kathleen Ball Visit Her Website   When did you first decide you wanted to write? Three years ago my son graduated from High School, and he was heading off to college. I’ve read romance for as long as I can remember, so I thought I’d give writing a try. To my amazement, I loved [...]


Interview with Robin P. Waldrop

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Robin P. Waldrop     About the Author Robin P. Waldrop hails from Miami, but lives in Alabama with best friend, business partner, and husband John. She is a mother of five, grandmother of five, and owner of a variety of different animals. When she’s not working at her business with her husband she’s found [...]


Interview with Dawn White

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

   DAWN WHITE When did you first decide you wanted to write? I have always written, I have poems published from my teen years and now my outlet for the I call “darkness” is put into my sexy, bloody writing. I guess the best answer to this question is I can’t not write there is no [...]


Guest Post from Emma Michaels!

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

The lovely Emma Michaels was kind enough to come on the blog as a guest today. She is going to share some helpful knowledge about time transitions! Thanks for being here today Emma! Thank you Emily for inviting me! In my writing I love using time transitions. While my ‘A Sense of Truth’ series does [...]


Interview with Danielle Raver

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

Danielle Raver When did you first decide you wanted to write? Since I could put words on paper. It’s always been my dream to write fantasy. What are your feelings on self publishing? If an author has the know-how and doesn’t have to spend a lot of money in order to do it, it can [...]


Interview with Edward Johns

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Edward Johns   When did you first decide you wanted to write? I first decided to start writing about ten years ago, but back then I just wrote screenplays, and they are and were a lot darker than Murdo, and my second novel The Race for Flugal Farm, which I have only just recently completed. [...]


Interview with Sookie

Monday, June 25th, 2012

  You don’t have to be a telepath to read Sookie’s thoughts.   Ask Sookie I had lots of great questions for Miss Sookie come in and I asked them all! If you think of questions you would like to ask her that you do not see here, leave a comment and I will [...]


Interview with Carlyle Labuschagne

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Carlyle Labuschagne When did you first decide you wanted to write? Well the first time I actually wrote something was at the age of 12, my family and I were on a safari holiday. I was so moved by the scenery I felt almost compelled to share it. I found a pen and paper and [...]


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