All Posts by Scott Mullins

Interview with Justine Johnston Hemmestad and Her New Novel Visions of a Dream

I’m Justine Hemmestad. I’ve been writing for about 25 years and I’ve contributed short stories, essays, and poetry to many magazines and 11 books (including ), in addition to my novella and my novel (both books published by Turtle Shell Publishing). Have you always wanted to be a writer? In 1990 (I was 19 and […]

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Book Excerpt: Glimpse vol. 4 – Dark Side by Lisa Mathisen

Chapter 1.   MY NAME IS JEFF “You know those zombie movies they made so many years ago? We used to watch them in the dark eating popcorn, getting all freaked out. We cringed as people got bitten by other people who suddenly turned cannibalistic. Blood would spurt out in all directions; limbs would fall […]

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Book Excerpt: Glimpse of Summer by Lisa Mathisen

Chapter 3. LAWN WARRIOR Jerry didn’t plan on getting arrested today. But it didn’t bother him. He wouldn’t trade today for the last 10 years of his gutter cleaning, power washing, sink unclogging life. It all started with those flyers they hang on your mailbox. A new Lawn Warrior store was opening near the mall. […]

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Author Interview with Freelance Book Editor and Author Andrew Lowe

Andrew Lowe is an English freelance book editor working with authors to polish and refine their manuscripts and hone their story structure. Andrew Lowe, for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books Hello! I’m an English man, originally from the North, living in the South. I was a magazine journalist, writing about […]

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Book Excerpt: Glimpse Vol 1 by Lisa Mathisen

Chapter 12. #SELFIE! Oh yeah. That one is so hot. I can’t believe that new mascara and photo app made me look even better than yesterday. #workit! #onfleek! MarieKah was pleased yet again with her daily devotion: the selfie. It took two hours every morning to plump and color her entire being for this moment. […]

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Author Interview: John Rachel and Petrocelli

John Rachel, expat American living in Japan with a lovely Japanese wife who fortunately has no idea how demented I am and has gotten beyond the fact that I come from the country which incinerated two Japanese cities with atomic bombs. I used to be a music producer/songwriter/audio engineer. When my mini-music empire collapsed shortly […]

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Author Interview with Michiko Katsu and Burdened By Guilt

I am Michiko Katsu and I write mysteries/thrillers. I’ve written three books Burdened By Guilt, Too Late For Apologies and Hamstrung which is the first in a trilogy. For more information about me, my books or writing advice please check out my website www.michikokatsu.com or like me on Facebook. Michiko Katsu, for those who don’t know […]

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Interview with Dan Petrosini and The Final Enemy

Dan Petrosini is passionate about reading, jazz (playing the sax in a couple of bands) and wine. Dan, for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books Hi, I’m Dan Petrosini. They say I’m middle aged but I still enjoy acting immature even though I’m married with two wonderful daughters. My wife […]

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Interview with Author Burgess Needle About his Book Sit and Cry: Two Years in the Land of Smiles

My name is Burgess Needle. I was born in Boston, but grew up in Newton, Massachusetts where, for the first time in my life, an English teacher complimented me on the first poem I ever wrote. I have been addicted since then to reading and writing poetry. Although I went directly from high school to […]

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Interview with Children’s Author Ron Butchko

My name is Ron Butchko, and I am an 18-year-old college student from the Syracuse, New York area. Goodbye Grandpa is the first book of published, and I have much more on the way. I like to think that my writing reflects my personal feelings, beliefs, and desires, as all art should. Have you always […]

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Book Excerpt: The Moaning of Loaf by Ade Bozzay

Chapter three “Come closer big boy” she purred seductively in soft velvety angelic tones that could stiffen the most flaccid of appendages at a 100 yards, and did nothing to disguise the wicked mischievousness of her words. She lay naked on a huge plush circular bed with barely more than a wisp of satin blanket […]

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Interview with Sci-Fi Author Ade Bozzay

Ade Bozzay, long time wannabe author who never really found the time to actually sit and do some serious writing due to working and family. Now the kids have grown up and left home finally found some peace and quiet. For those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books: My name is […]

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Interview With Helen Keeling-Marston and Two Hundred Very Short Stories

My name’s Helen Keeling-Marston and I recently released my first book – Two Hundred Very Short Stories. Have you always wanted to be a writer? I was schooled in maths and statistics and, by day, I work as an analyst. However, I’ve always had a hankering to flex my creative muscle and so I finally […]

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Author Interview Sheena Binkley and Novel Real Love

Sheena Binkley is a freelance writer, penning articles on various topics including education and entertainment. You can reach Sheena on Goodreads, Google +, Facebook, Twitter, her website sheenabinkley.com and join her mailing list here http://eepurl.com/bY22E9 For those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and books Sheena Binkley first discovered her love for storytelling when writing her first story […]

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Interview With Writer of Books, Games, and Screenplays Ryan Dalton

Hi, I’m Ryan Dalton – writer of books, games, and screenplays. My sci-fi Time Shift Trilogy debuted last year with . Book Two, , was just released in April 2017. I’m currently hard at work on Book Three and it is scheduled for release in April 2018. The series centers on Malcolm and Valentine Gilbert, […]

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Interview With Activist, Entrepreneur, Speaker and Dystopian Romance Writer Tessa Clare

Hi, everyone! My name is Tessa Clare, and I’m an author, activist, entrepreneur, speaker, and Managing Director of a publishing business called Asset Creative House. I wrote a dystopian romance book about a forbidden love between a young activist and a government employee for a corrupt bureau, set in a world where the government must […]

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Interview With Michael Alexander Rice About His Dystopian Novel Celebrity Gulag

My pen name is M. A. Rice, which I had to choose in order not to be confused with Egyptologist Michael Rice or the once disgraced youth basketball coach of the same name. My debut novel, , is a noir thriller set against the dystopian backdrop of a near-future Britain, in which the internet has […]

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Author Interview With Nataisha Hill and Partially Broken Never Destroyed

My name is Nataisha T Hill and I am the author of a suspense series called “Partially Broken Never Destroyed. It’s a hot and steamy women’s fiction series with romance, lies, deception, and a few twist and turns. I also have released a few self-help books and a relationship guide.   Have you always wanted […]

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Top Multicultural Romance Books

These books tell stories about love that cross cultures. Romances that spring from people from different backgrounds and places and yet still find each other. These brilliant authors have given their readers exciting, passionate romances that will make it hard to put the book down. From memory loss to love triangles to run away brides, […]

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About Young Adult Fantasy Writing – An Interview with E. Paige Burks

My name is Paige, I write under the name E. Paige Burks. I’ve been writing since I was very young, but I began writing my novel when I was 17 years old. I’ve always loved fantasy and love stories. My grandmother, who I called Mimi, always encouraged me to write. When she died my junior […]

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Book Excerpt: Return to Royalty By E. Paige Burks

Prologue 100 years ago, the Plains of Aduro. Everything was chaos. All along the valley below the sound of swords and yelling filled the air. Fading beams of sunlight were cast about, setting the cerulean blades of grass ablaze. Blood was soaking into the ground, turning it muddy and ugly. Men and beasts clashed; this […]

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Interview with Amber D. Tran About Moon River

Hello! My name is Amber D. Tran. I was born and raised in West Virginia, and I currently live in Alabama. I have been writing since the 5th grade. I graduated from West Virginia University in 2012 with a degree in English with a concentration in creative writing. My style is a blend of contemporary […]

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Interview With Psychological Suspense Writer Tantra Bensko

Hi, there I’m Tantra Bensko. I’ve been a writing instructor much of my life, such as with UCLA Extension Writing Program and Writers.com, and I edit manuscripts as well. But I didn’t want to just learn about academia but about life, so I spent many years doing other things instead, including living wild in nature, […]

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