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02 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Christina Brockett, Author of The Missing Pages of the Parent Handbook

What are the most common needs of any parent? I think all parents need to realize that they are not alone in their imperfection. No matter how prepared you think you are, parenting has a way of throwing you curve balls. One of the best ways to deal with these is to learn from others […]

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26 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by KD Pryor, Author of The Portal’s Choice

Today we are going to find out a bit about Young Adult author KD Pryor, whose debut novel, The Portal’s Choice, was released on May 6, 2013 by Madaket Lane Publishers. How did you become a writer? I have always loved to write and to keep a journal. Sometimes my journals were only short notes […]

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19 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Gabrielle Black, author of Treating Murder

This is Gabrielle Black interviewing Veronica Lane, M.D., a character in the book ‘Treating Murder’. GB: When is your birthday? VL: November 16 GB: What kind of music do you like? VL: 80s music GB: What does your name mean? VL: True Image. Apparently I am an exact replica. Nobody says of what, however. Smiles. […]

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12 July 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by Morgan Richter, Author of Bias Cut

I used to live in Los Angeles, and I used to work in television. Hence, unavoidably, I’ve met a slew of celebrities. Sometimes the experience was anticlimactic, and sometimes it was unpleasant, but many famous (or quasi-famous) people proved themselves to be pretty decent human beings: Lou Diamond Phillips once cleared a path and held […]

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05 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Michael Grigsby, Author of Triad Awakening

Why I Write Young Adult Fiction I’ve worked as a teacher for fifteen years. In all those years, I’ve really loved reading and writing with my students. I’m amazed at the unlimited imaginations of young people! To keep current (and find great books for my students), I started reading Young Adult novels. I was amazed […]

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28 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Meg Welch Dendler, Author of Why Kimba Saved the World

Tell us about yourself… I spent 15 years working with young children, 10 of those as a classroom teacher. I have been writing since I was a little girl and have always wanted to be a full-time author. For many years I did freelance work while I was teaching and raising my daughters. Now writing […]

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07 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Halliday Smith, author of Colour in Winter

Can you tell us about yourself? As a youngster, I voraciously read anything I could lay my hands on, ranging from the Anne of Green Gables, Famous Five and Secret Seven series to their Australian equivalents, including the Billabong series, before graduating to adult books in my late pre-teens. Fortunate enough to have a local […]

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29 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Michael J. McCann, author of The Ghost Man

Why did you decide to become a writer? When I was a kid, I was a book reader and a daydreamer. I devoured every juvenile novel the library had on their shelves back then, and I always wanted to be able to tell the same kind of stories myself. Science fiction, sports, historical fiction, you […]

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22 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest Post by Phil Taylor, author of White Picket Prisons

I’m going to do this a little bit differently, because reading isn’t about the writer; it’s about you, the reader! When you read a book do you go straight to the author bio, or do you jump into the story and maybe read the back flap if you really liked the book? Yeah, me too. […]

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20 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Guest post by Kaatje deBruijne, author of Lily & Tonic

Can you tell us about yourself? I am shy, quiet person, in my early twenties that is just starting to get over her shyness. I am not as shy as I used to be when I was younger. I love to read. From a very young age, I have always loved to read. It actually […]

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