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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 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 Paranormal, Fantasy and Contemporary Romance Writer Laura Greenwood

Hi, I’m Laura, I’m the author of several books including paranormal, fantasy and contemporary romances. I grew up in Yorkshire (northern England) but now live in Staffordshire (it’s in the middle!) and love living in the country. When I’m not writing I love to read a wide range of genre, as well as cook and […]

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Book Excerpt: What Lies Beneath by Laura Greenwood

“What are you doing up here? Not avoiding me are you?” He asked smiling slightly. I sighed, even though he was partly right there was no way I could avoid him now.  “I’m trying to work out the steps for Masquerade. I know how it’s supposed to look in my head but in reality…” I trailed […]

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Author Interviews: Freya Pickard and The Rusalka Ritual

I’m Freya Pickard, a cancer survivor, and author. I write in what is usually called the Fantasy Genre. I prefer to be known as a Speculative fiction and poetry writer! I have, to date, published 5 books. I have two novels, , and . The former is a light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek romp through an Arthurian Otherworld. […]

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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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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: 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: 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: 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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Self-Publishing an Audiobook by Arthur McMahon

Why Authors Should Consider Audio? Going for a walk or drive? Smartphones and bluetooth-ready vehicles have made audiobooks the fastest-growing book format in recent years. We live in a modern world where our minds crave constant consumption of media. A recent article from The Wall Street Journal reports that “sales [of audiobooks] in the U.S. […]

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Book Excerpt: Human by Hayley Camille

Ivy’s footsteps rang out from the cloistered stone, echoing off the great sandstone walls that surrounded the courtyard. Large archways threw light across her face and she closed her eyes for a moment, savouring the fresh air. She glanced at her companion habitually as occasional suits hurried past, shooting furtive glances their way. Ivy straightened […]

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Author Interviews: Hayley Camille and Human

Hayley Camille Author Interviews

Hi! I’m Hayley Camille and I’ll admit, I’m a bit of a chameleon as an author. I’ve written a number of books, both non-fiction and fiction but my heart lies in Science Fiction and Fantasy. I have published a series of non-fiction gaming books for a children’s’ audience, called ‘The Ultimate Players Guide to Skylanders’ […]

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Book Excerpt: What About Her by TNae Wilcox

TNae Wilcox The Missing Loved Ones: A Short Story Collection

There  was  talk  of  home  invasions  again. Another  family  was  taken  from  Akron,  Ohio. I  stood  and  tried  to  listen  to  the  report  as best  as  I  could  with  all  the  noise:  little  Suzy yelling  at  the  dog,  the  loud  squeak  of  Mama’s rocking  chair,  and  Rhonda’s  ridiculous phone  chatter. The  family  that  was  abducted […]

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Author Interviews: Arthur McMahon and his Science Fiction Novella Silhouette

Arthur McMahon Author Interviews

Arthur McMahon,  an independent author of science fiction and a journalist. After graduating from the University of Oregon I set off to start my writing career and now have self-published two sci-fi books and a non-fiction trail journal. You can connect with my on my website arthurmcmahon.com, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. When and why did […]

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Author Interviews: Candy Atkins and The Lost Knight

Author Interviews Candy Atkins

My name is Candy Atkins. I’m the author of The Lost Knight, a YA fantasy fiction novel about a 13-year-old girl who is asked to save the world but is completely unqualified. Connect with me on my website, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Youtube. Have you always wanted to be a writer? No. I was an operations […]

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Author Interviews: J.A. Sutherland and The Little Ships

J.A. Sutherland Author Interviews

J.A. Sutherland , for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself and your writing to our reader Sure. Start with the hard question. :) I never know what to say about myself. I write science fiction and fantasy. What’s published now is the Alexis Carew series, which is naval sci-fi with a bit of Age […]

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Author Interviews: Eliza Green and Derailed Conscience

Eliza Green Sci-Fi

I’m Eliza Green. Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. I’ve spent many years working in a variety of jobs including fashion retail, an investment company and a sports funding organisation. During that same time I studied fashion design, completed a five-year marketing degree and studied massage therapy. Since I’m now writing, it’s safe to say that […]

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Author Interview: Vaughn Heppner

Vaughn Heppner, author of science fiction, a bit of fantasy and a few historicals now and again. You seem to nearly write in every genre imaginable, do you find it difficult swapping between them? No. It’s just a matter of getting in the right mood for that genre. I love reading in the genres I write, […]

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Author Interviews: Jennifer Wells and Fluency

Jennifer Wells, an Indie/hybrid author of science fiction with a specific focus on character-driven space opera. To my utter joy and astonishment, my debut, Fluency, became a best seller shortly after its release in June of 2014. It’s currently in translation with Heyne (a branch of Random House) to be released in Germany in early […]

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Author interview with Cara Brookins

Cara Brookins, first of all, tell our readers about yourself and your books I have dozens of hobbies and pretty much want to try every new thing I hear about. I’m a computer geek, built my own house, love working with concrete, quilting, gardening, and hula hooping with fire. This range of interests is reflected […]

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