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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 Author of The Fifteenth of June, Brent Jones

My name is Brent Jones, and I’m the author of , my debut novel, which was released February this year. It presently has a 4.4 rating on Amazon and 3.9 on Goodreads. I enjoy writing character-driven stories, most often featuring a flawed or broken protagonist. I will be publishing two more titles in 2017—one by […]

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Author Interview with Suspense Author Erik Therme

Hi, I’m Erik Therme. I currently reside in Iowa City, Iowa—one of only twenty places in the world UNESCO has certified as a City of Literature. My debut mystery, My debut mystery, , is about a guy who inherits his deceased cousin’s house and finds a key with a note that says: Follow Me. From […]

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Author Interviews: Shelby Londyn-Heath and The Twilight Tsunami

Shelby Londyn-Heath writes from her life’s view point. She has been a writer since she first learned how to put letters onto paper. She lives in a world of my own making, trekking to make-believe lands where she meets with kings and queens to draw up treaties and bring back rare jewels. She has travelled […]

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Book Excerpt: The Twilight Tsunami by Shelby Londyn-Heath

CHAPTER ONE The Hospital GREY STOOD QUIETLY next to the hospital bed. “Mrs. Jaspers, your baby has tested positive for cocaine.” Grey knew from experience that talking in a low voice helped hold back the negative emotions of a child’s removal, before anger and defiance from parents swept around him like a dangerous tempest. Mrs. […]

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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 interview with Jo Gatford

Jo Gatford is a writer from Brighton. Her novel was published by Legend Press and the winner of the 2013 Luke Bitmead Bursary. It was also longlisted for the 2013 Tibor Jones Pageturner Prize. Jo has worked a myriad of jobs at one time or another including a till-monkey in a bookshop, a circus performer, baby massage teacher […]

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