Category: Interviews

Author Sharon Lindsay
October 23, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

We are so pleased to have a moment with Christian author Sharon Lindsay. Name: Sharon Lindsay Latest Release: The Son of God Series: Book 5 Drink This Cup Genre: Christian Fiction Email: slin108@aol.com Sharon Lindsay is a mature woman with a full life of experiences. Throughout her life, in times of crisis and at turning
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Author Cyndi Lord
October 16, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

Meet author Cyndi Lord, who writes the best selling Sandra Derringer “They Call Me” series. She’s debuting her 3rd release in the series, so we offer a special interview with Cyndi today. They Call Me Avenged, Cyndi Lord’s third book in the Sandra Derringer Chronicles, surpasses the quality and intensity we’ve come to expect in
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Author JC Boyd
October 9, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

We planned to honor JC Boyd, dark fantasy author, as our September author of the month, but due to time constraints, he was unable to get back to us in time. Now we’d still like to introduce you to the man behind the snark in our exclusive interview. Name: JC Boyd Latest Book Released:Strong Armed
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10/2016: Kyra Dune
October 4, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

We met Kyra Dune in The Phoenix Quill, an exciting Facebook group for writers. We did a regular interview with her, which you can read here later. Name: Kyra Dune Latest Book Released: Cataclysm (Prophecy of the Cataclysm Book 3) Preferred Genre: fantasy Kyra Dune was born in Oklahoma, but spent most of her life
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Marc Goldner of Golden Bell
October 2, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

We’ve met so many fabulous new creatives lately! Today we introduce Marc Goldner, yet another brilliant mind behind Golden Bell Studios and children’s comics. Name: Marc Goldner Email: marc@goldenbell.tv A serial entrepreneur at heart, Marc has worked on many businesses. He has been involved with international water purification, manufacturing, distribution, production, and finance. It was
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Author Debbie Manber Kupfer
September 25, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

Today we meet brilliant author Debbie Manber Kupfer. Debbie grew up in the UK in the East London suburb of Barking. She has lived in Israel, New York and North Carolina and somehow ended up in St. Louis, where she works as a writer and a freelance puzzle constructor of word puzzles and logic problems.
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Author and Game Designer Craig Teal
September 18, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

Today we meet another fabulous creative, Craig Teal. He is the owner of Composite Games, which just launched new RPGs. You can check out the interview with Composite Games after you finish reading this one. After finishing school, Craig went on to college to train as an illustrator before moving into the mainstream job market
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Rachel Korsen of Golden Bell
September 11, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

Writing isn’t just about fiction and nonfiction. It’s also about comics, poetry, screenplays, and more. Today’s interview is with another team member of Golden Bell, the fabulous children’s comic book company we featured last month. Meet Rachel Korsen. Rachel started her journey into storytelling through manga and anime. With major influences from stories like Naruto
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Author Thomas Atwood, Jr.
August 28, 2016 Interviews Stephanie Ayers

We are so please to have the opportunity to share author Thomas Atwood, Jr. with you today. A phenomenal author with plenty of great writing advice to share, we met him in a Facebook group called The Phoenix Quill. We know you’ll find him just as terrific as we do. Name:  Thomas G Atwood Jr
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Author Andy Peloquin
August 21, 2016 Book Blog Tours,Interviews Stephanie Ayers

Today we are doing things a little differently. Instead of the tradition author interview, we are showcasing the author and his upcoming release. This is just a small sample of the kinds of things we love to do for fellow creatives and writers. We are so pleased to share Andy Peloquin and his books with
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