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03 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by R.G. Triplett, Author of The Great Darkening (Epic of Haven Trilogy)

Tell us about yourself… I think I would call myself an artist at heart. The way I cook, the way I write, the way I communicate and make music and tell stories – even the way I smoke a cigar and savor a good bourbon – always comes with the motivation to discover or uncover […]

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24 February 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by GVR Corcillo, Author of She Likes It Rough

How did you come up with your book’s title? The first title for my novel She Likes It Rough was Between a Rock and a Hard Place, but as I wrote, the book became less and less about a dilemma. Then the title became Into the Wild, but I learned that a very different book […]

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17 February 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by Chris Palmer, Co-Author of ElsBeth and the Call of the Castle Ghosties, Book III in The Cape Cod Witch Series

What three words best describe The Cape Cod Witch Series? Natural-world magical adventures (Maybe that’s three-and-a-half words …) Can you give us your best one sentence pitch to convince readers, especially reluctant readers, why they should give this series a try? This is quote from a professional reviewer of the first ElsBeth book: “The Cape […]

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14 February 2014 ~ 0 Comments

The Portal Chronicles Soundtrack Single by Imogen Rose

About a year ago, when Imogen Rose, author of the cult bestselling series, the Portal Chronicles, was surfing YouTube she stumbled upon a song, “If We Fall” by SHE SAID SAVE ME, and instantly fell in love with both the lyrics and the male vocal. She put the song on her writing playlist and looked […]

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10 February 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Jack Welles, Author of As A Roaring Lion

A. On the Writer’s Craft, Storytelling, and the Editorial Process: Do you think every story has essentially been told before and that today’s writers must juxtapose old ideas and stories in new ways rather than worry about originality? I think that in a conceptual sense every story has been told before, especially if broken down […]

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27 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by William Gladstone, Author of The Power of Twelve

Q & A with Renowned Literary Agent, Author, and Club of Budapest trustee, William Gladstone Sometimes accomplished people can be so understated that we often don’t know who really lives in our own backyard. Bill Gladstone is just such a person. A Yale and Harvard trained cultural anthropologist who traveled the world in search of […]

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20 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Peter Schimke, Author of Beyond Blue

Introduce yourself – Who are you? I am Peter Schimke, the author of Beyond Blue. I am a young writer currently living in Madrid, Spain. I grew up in rural eastern Germany. I left when I was just 19 and have lived since in England, New Zealand, Japan, and the Netherlands before moving to Spain. […]

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13 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Tessa Ditner, Author of Charlie and the Latex Factory

How on earth did you decide to write about London’s fetish scene? Are you mad? This book started as my Masters dissertation. I wanted to write about controversial British artists, like Damien Hirst (pickled sharks and diamond skulls), when my tutor set us some homework. We had to interview someone in an unusual place. I […]

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30 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Kim “Howard” Johnson, author The Last of the Time Police (The Time Authority, Book One)

Can you tell us about yourself? When I was young, I ran away to join the circus…but this was a flying circus, and it was run by Monty Python. My life has never been the same. I grew up in small-town Illinois, and I seemed to have my life laid out for me—working as a […]

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09 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Derek Thompson, Author of Somehwere Over the Rainbow, I’ve Lost My Damn Mind: A Manic’s Mood Chart

The book, Somewhere of the Rainbow, began as a blog: if you had a delusional relationship with Britney Spears, wouldn’t you brag about it to the entire world? To create the book, I organized the blog entries like a mood chart, a therapeutic tool which assigns colors to states of mind. The entries are divided […]

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