All Posts by Scott Mullins

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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Author Interviews: Rachel Amphlett and Scared to Death

My name is Rachel Amphlett, I’m originally from the UK and currently living in Australia I write crime thrillers and espionage thrillers. My latest novel, the first in the Detective Kay Hunter series, is called  and will be published in December. When and why did you start writing? I’d always been keen on writing whilst […]

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Book Excerpt: Glacier by Beth Lynn

Chapter 30 I desperately pointed at the alarm clock. “It’s after curfew.” I said, “Jamie, you should probably get back. I don’t want another gargoyle at our door.” “Why are you trying to kick me out? Do you have a problem with me or something!” Jamie demanded. “Yes,” Mel concurred, “you’ve been acting weird all […]

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Author Interviews: C. J. Archer and The Mapmakers Apprentice

C.J. Archer, for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books Thanks for having me on your blog. I’m an Australian author of historical fantasy novels set in late Victorian England. I love to write stories with magical twists, mysterious heroes, and clever heroines. You can connect with me Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest […]

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Book Excerpt: A Fateful Melody by Megan Rivers

Preface It was one of those days in May when the trees of New York no longer carried the promise of green buds on its branches, but the beginning of summer leaves instead. It made me smile as I climbed out of the taxi and walked into the airport. Traveling had become a routine. Every […]

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Author Interviews: Jason Pellegrini and Booth

Jason Pellegrini, who received overwhelmingly positive feedback amongst readers on Amazon and Goodreads with his debut novel, The Replacement, releases his second novel this November. , Pellegrini’s latest release is an intense story of a man’s journey to the past to earn redemption for his damned soul. When and why did you start writing? I’ve […]

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Author Interviews: Roy Madison Griffis and his By The Hands of Men

Roy Griffis Author Interviews

Roy Madison Griffis. Roy for my mom’s father. Madison from my dad’s father.  He’s written plays, poetry, short stories, and screenplays. He was born in deep south, and his birth name was Marion Madison Griffis, but my own father had an inkling such a name might cause me trouble in the growing-up-and-surviving department, so he opted for […]

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Author Interviews: Lonnie Ostrow and Poet Of The Wrong Generation

Lonnie Ostrow, for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books For more than two decades I have been an innovator, storyteller, promoter and celebrity-insider. With my debut novel, Poet Of The Wrong Generation, I’ve combined all my unique experiences to bring readers astory of love & betrayal, music & fanfare, downfall […]

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Book Excerpt: Poet of the Wrong Generation by Lonnie Ostrow

Johnny Elias stared at the photograph with bittersweet regret. Four suntanned faces smiled back at him; a precious memory from the best day he could ever remember. The blazing sunshine. One enormous stage. Soaring music. Scores of people dressed in summer clothes lined up for miles on the Great Lawn. A perfect day when all […]

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Author Interviews: Ksenia Anske and Irkadura

Ksenia Anske, for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books. I’m pathologically immature. I’m 5. I’m playing around. People call it writing and call me a writer, but I’m just being a kid again, playing a hero and slaying dragons. It’s glorious. You can connect with me through my website, Facebook, […]

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Book Excerpt: A Character in Reality by Nicholas Bridgman

“So this time try doing Tree,” the narrator said, Robert having rejoined him the next evening in reality in his attic.  “Start in Mountain pose, then bend your right knee, bringing your foot to your inner thigh.” “What does this pose do?” “It improves concentration and balance.  Now let’s wrap up with Corpse pose.” “What’s […]

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Author Interviews: Nath Jones and Radar Road The Best of On Impulse

Nath Jones Author Interview

My name is Nath Jones, short for Nathalie, which is Americanized French. The name was my mother’s cousin’s. I am a woman, which is sometimes unclear in print. I live with two birds and some lemon trees in a studio apartment. I’ve written five collections of short stories. The books are a series that explores […]

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Author Interviews: K.K. Watson and Tempting Fate

K.K. Watson Author Interviews

I’m K. K. Watson.  I am an independent author who three and a half years ago began writing my first book, . Tempting Fate is a Paranormal/Fantasy/Romance novel which is the first in the series The Dark Races.  It was released in May of 2015.  The second book in the series, Chasing Fate, was released […]

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Author Interviews: Nicholas Bridgman and A Character in Reality

Nicholas Bridgman, I am an author, musician, and environmental scientist.   I have a B.A. in Rhetoric from U.C. Berkeley, and I have written over 50 short stories and a novel.You can connect with me through my website and my Facebook author page. What inspires your writing? Almost anything can inspire my writing.  Often my ideas […]

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Author Interviews: O’Neil De Noux and Hold Me, Babe

O’Neil De Noux,  I write in multiple genres with 33 books published and 350 short story sales.  My mysteries have won the SHAMUS and DERRINGER Awards and my novel JOHN RAVEN BEAU was the 2011 Police Book of the Year (Police-Writers.com). My mysteries include the Dino LaStanza Series, John Raven Beau Series, Lucien Caye Series […]

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Book Excerpt: The Lion Prophecy by Alexander Grant

When the two men clashed, the shouts from the crowd covered the clang of the blades. Leandros was surprised to discover that the Shark didn’t aim to strike him but instead attacked his sword. He attempted to hook Leandros’ sword with his blade’s teeth, trying to draw his opponent near him and smother him with […]

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