All Posts by Scott Mullins

Author Interviews: R.F. Kristi and The Cats Who Crossed Over from Paris

R.F. Kristi – a doctorate in economic development and is enchanted by Cats. I had never imagined myself writing stories for children which is just what I am doing right now with enjoyment and passion. My specialty, due to my work with the United Nations concentrated on writing reports of a technical nature. A world much removed from […]

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Author Interview with Christopher C. Meeker

My name is Christopher C. Meeker and I’m the author of  as well as the author of a number of other works, short stories, and articles on writing. I started writing at a fairly early age and continued until my teen years. Life intervened and I stopped writing for quite sometime I then returned to […]

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Author Interviews: Steven Hague and The Beholder

Steven Hague, author of US crime fiction and gritty-crime novels. My lifelong dream was to become an author, so when I got a publishing deal I was over the moon. I like everything from early Elvis right through to the Foo Fighters. I’m 44 years old, and I live in Norwich, England with my wife Lisa, where we’re eagerly […]

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Book Excerpt: Hawthorne: Chronicles of the Brass Hand by Christopher C. Meeker

“…intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic, regarded this earth with envious eyes, and slowly and surely drew their plans against us.” — H.G. Wells, The War of the Worlds Prologue They think me mad and perhaps well so, for at times I believe myself quite mad and would accept with impassivity, had I not recorded in […]

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Author Interviews: Kelly St. Clare and The Retreat

Kelly St. Clare, a New Zealand author living in Australia. I write fantasy and science fiction novels for teens and above. Currently, I have two series out. is complete – a series about a young woman veiled from birth. And the first in my science fiction series, The After Trilogy, is now available – a […]

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Author Interviews: Glenn Fain and The Woman of my Dreams

Glenn Fain, writer of all unconventional and combination of genres The first book I published was “”, back in 2014. Then I published “” in early 2016, and “” last month. Not much to say about myself personally; I feel if anyone wants to know me, everything that is me is in my books. They are all unconventional, all […]

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5 Book Recommendations From Writer Vincent Francone

Writer Vincent Francone, author of the memoir  shares 5 of his favourite books. 1. by Ciaran Carson On average, I mention this book three times a week to anyone willing to listen.  It’s the book that got me to remember that I love poetry, and that poems are infinitely more malleable than we often realize. […]

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Author Interviews: Angus Kennedy and A Trillion Dollar Man

Angus Kennedy, also known as Terry Kennedy, T.D. Kennedy and soon, Lucky Esposito. The idea was to define the various brands so readers wouldn’t have to wade through a swamp of favourite characters—they could lean back and pursue their author’s new book.Angus Kennedy is the action/adventure pen name for the rip-roaring A Trillion Dollar Man […]

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A Writing Tip to Get your Readers to Return by Shelby Londyn-Heath

Writer’s workshops and creative writing classes teach writers the same thing: have confidence and never quit writing. Granted, this is good advice and writers should heed it, but let me give you another tip: believe in your readers.    Have faith that your readers will arrive at your writing with eager imaginations. When you trust your […]

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Author Interviews: R. K. Swisher and Vent

R.K Swisher, author of hundreds of poems and many short stories in literary magazines. I started writing in Vietnam in 1965.From 1967 until the early 70’s I then started writing novels. To date 16 of my novels have been published by traditional publishers and I have indeed 8. I have had two novels optioned and […]

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Author Interviews: M. J. Finley and Tales of Valoris The Rune Seekers

My name is Michael John Finley and I was born in British Guyana. I currently live in Brazil working as a teacher of English and a translator. I divide my time between classes, translations projects, and my passion, writing. I’m what you may call a late bloomer, as I only started writing a few years […]

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Author Interviews: Rick Moss and Tellers

Rick Moss is the author of two novels.  is his second. It centers on the grieving residents of a small farming collective in New York’s Hudson Valley who, following a horrific assault, unburden themselves by telling stories. Rick Moss’ first novel, , is a near-future thriller about a cataclysmic social media movement. He also writes […]

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Author Interviews: Anthony Hains and The Disembodied

Anthony Hains, professor of counseling psychology with specialisation in  Pediatric Psychology. I am a professor of counseling psychology with a specialization in pediatric psychology. My research and professional interests involve working with adolescents, especially those living with chronic medical conditions. My latest novel, , is a Kindle Scout winner and published by Kindle Press. A […]

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Author Interviews : JB Rockwell and Serengeti

JB Rockwell (an authorly type) and writes speculative fiction—sci-fi and fantasy, mostly, though dabbled in a bit of horror. I’m an IT weenie by circumstance and a  wannabee Indiana Jones type by training (check out that curve ball life threw me!) with dreams of chucking it all and writing full time. Check my website on […]

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Author Interviews: S.E. Cyborski and Gnotret – The Accidental Heroes Chronicles Book 1

I am S.E. Cyborski and my first series is . It’s a story about ordinary people put in an extraordinary situation and given extraordinary abilities, how they choose to deal with those abilities, and where they go now. I love to read and have since I was young. I love science fiction and fantasy and […]

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Author Interviews: Lynnette Kraft and Archie of Outlandish

Lynnette Kraft, stories of loss and healing and fictional writing. In 2004 after my six-year old daughter, Anna, died, I began writing our story of loss and healing. This book, , was published in 2007. I also wrote an extension of that story in a book called, , published in 2012. Because I love a good […]

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Author Interviews: Berneta L. Haynes and Landrien Moriset

An author, editor, attorney, public policy expert and versatile creative, Berneta L. Haynes wears many hats. Besides unpublished stories and novels, she has written articles for Inside Higher Education, NPO.IO, and published a short story in The Bangalore Review. Last December, Berneta published her first novel, , a mystery story about a woman who discovers some interesting […]

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Author Interviews: Joyce Brennan and Misplaced

Hi! I’m Joyce Brennan. I write Romantic Suspense, Romance, and Cozy Mysteries. My ebooks, , , , and are available on amazon.com I’m originally from a small town, but during my marriage, we have moved eight times. Each location provided information to enhance my writing.   When and why did you start writing? I began […]

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Author Interviews: Eliza Graham and Another Day Gone

Eliza Graham writes historical/literary fiction. Her first book was , which was published by Macmillan in 2006 and did, for some reason, particularly well in Germany. All her novels to date have historical and contemporary threads, bound together by some event in (usually) the 1940s, often the Second World War but increasingly the immediate post-War period. […]

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Author Interviews: Katherine Bogle and Haven

My name is Katherine Bogle and I am a writer! I’ve done a few things of note in my short twenty-three years of existence, including (but not limited to); write five full books, finish two years of schooling for Photography, and travel over seas to Ireland, Scotland, England and Cuba! My first published work, , […]

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Author Interviews: Devra Robitaille and The Efficiency Claus: An Improbable Christmas Tale

Devra Robitaille, a professional composer, songwriter and keyboardist I was born in London, England (I’ll let you guess how long ago) and I had a successful career as a professional composer, songwriter and keyboardist there, before moving to America in the nineties.   I now live in Florida, on the beautiful Sarasota Bay with my family. […]

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Author Interviews: Megan Rivers and A Fateful Melody

Megan Rivers is a new author, recently self-publishing her first book in her young adult series, Song for You, “.” The second book in this series is due out in the Spring of 2017. She is also working on other novels, including a mystery series, a supernatural adventure, and a collection of short stories. You […]

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Author Interviews: Alexa Kang and Rose of Anzio

My name is Alexa Kang and I have a passion for writing love stories, especially big, sweeping epic tales. My stories don’t fall neatly into the “R”omance genre because they often involve story arcs beyond the romance, but the heart of my stories is always about love. My current and debut series, , is a […]

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Book Excerpt: By the Hands of Men, Book Three: The Wrath of a Righteous Man by Roy Griffis

It was another sailor who was able to help them locate Nikolai.  The tar was a sunburned fellow with strongly muscled forearms on which danced inked images of mermaids, dolphins, and sailing ships.  He was using a metal tool to chip paint from a bulkhead, a task he readily put aside when approached by Charlotte. […]

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Author Interviews: Nick Quantrill and The Dead Can’t Talk

Nick Quantrill writes contemporary crime novels. So far, he’s had four published and they’re all set in his home city of Hull in the North of England. The latest, “”, was published May 2016. He’s also had numerous short stories published, some in the Mammoth Book of Best British Crime series, and has had the pleasure […]

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Author Interviews: Dr. Sharon Mitchell and Autism Goes to School

I’m Sharon Mitchell and have a passion for kids with autism spectrum disorders.   I’m an autism consultant now but spent most of my career years in schools districts working as a teacher, counselor, psychologist and consultant. I’ll explain in a minute how I got into writing. This has evolved over the last few years […]

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Book Excerpt: By the Hands of Men, Book Two: Into the Flames by Roy Griffis

Beginning the Great Game Robert Fitzgerald sat gazing out the window of his second-floor room at the Oxford and Cambridge University Club on Pall Mall.  He was playing a game of sorts, hoping he might see someone.   He was looking for a girl.   In the afternoon’s growing twilight, pedestrians hurried along the walk […]

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Book Excerpt: By the Hands of Men, Book One: The Old World by Roy Griffis

The Casualty Clearing Station The new girl was peering about the tent when Charlotte and Kathleen stumbled in at the end of their shift that July day in 1917. The work itself was exhausting – twelve hours of standing, bending, folding, feeding, bandaging, debriding, cleaning, and sterilizing;  only to repeat it all again. Add to […]

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Becoming an Indie Author: The Lessons I Learned by Megan Rivers

This is a guest blog post by Megan Rivers. She is a self-published author who is currently working on her young adult series, , available on Amazon. Until MarchMegan is offering A Fateful Melody  for free for anyone who signs up for her email list at http://eepurl.com/cnTmq1 Most people aspire to write a novel—one novel. I wrote three. […]

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Author Interviews: Libbie Hawker and Mercer Girls

I’m Libbie Hawker, an author of historical and literary fiction. Most of my books are self-published, though I do partner with Lake Union Publishing on a few projects. I think my best-known books are still The She-King series, which is set in ancient Egypt. My first novels, and still the ones most of my readers love […]

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