Archive | Interviews

26 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

deepFreak: virtual is the new reality

A magical mystery tour of virtual reality and beyond.  Love, politics, conspiracy, and fluctuating space-time coordinates all come to a head when a huge solar flare disrupts the event horizon between parallel universes. Living in simulated reality, SIM, is all the rage in the mid twenty-first century.  But just when it seems that illusion has […]

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21 January 2015 ~ 1 Comment

An Interview with Marianne Jones

Your novels, Great-Grandma’s Gifts and The Serenity Stone Murder are for younger readers. Why do you choose to write in the Children’s and Middle Grade genres? Actually, The Serenity Stone Murder is a humorous cozy mystery for adults. I also have written a poetry collection titled Here, on the Ground, written and directed several plays, and done journalism. It must be my A.D.D.! […]

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11 December 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Author Interview – Mary-Lou Stephens

Radio personality, Huffington Post blogger and author Mary-Lou Stephens has released the sequel to her highly praised memoir Sex, Drugs and Meditation. How To Stay Married is the story of a marriage; a journey from fear, resentment and financial devastation, to a place of love, joy and trust. Mary-Lou Stephen’s first book Sex, Drugs and […]

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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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10 October 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by Mark Chisnell, author of The Fulcrum Files

Can you tell us about yourself? I was brought up on the east coast of England, close to both the sea and an inland network of lakes called the Norfolk Broads, so boats were everywhere. I started racing sailing dinghies, got a degree in physics and philosophy and then worked in a factory for a […]

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03 October 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Guest Post by Richard J. O’Brien, author of Little Flower of Luzon

Where did you come up with the idea for Little Flower of Luzon? The initial idea for Little Flower of Luzon came to me when I was apart from my son and how I had been estranged from him for years. Fortunately, we came together again and my life has been made richer for it. […]

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