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Perfume Concerts in LA and NYC plus Meet and Greet

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Before I even begin writing, I should preface this post by stating it's going to be LOOOOONG. There's so much to share, but if you want to relive the LA and NYC concerts AND want to experience a Perfume Meet and Greet all vicariously, then you shouldn't mind the...

Interview with Author Interview Gordon Smith

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Q. What is your driving force to writing and when did you start? A.After retiring to Queensland's Sunshine Coast in 2014, I took an interest in researching my family. I discovered links back to the 1400's and even a distant link to the Royal Family of United Kingdom. During my research,I...

Interview with Author A.L.D Chalom

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Poetry or prose? Depends on the mood. And how much time I have. Or, actually, also depends on if I have to read it or write it. I can't decide. Do I have to decide? Can't I have it all? How do you market your work? I found it best to work,...

Interview with Author Ali Gorson-Marrow Wright

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What is the name of your book? The name of my book is The Castles of the Great Assimil Unearthed. What is your book about? My book is about an 8-year-old boy growing up in Burkina Faso with his siblings and single mother.  The entire family struggles to afford the necessities of...

Interview with Author Jacob Harrell

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Today, I have the good fortune of interviewing Jacob Harrell, author of ‘The Transient, the Emperor, and the Man Left Alone.’ Greetings Jacob, thank you for agreeing to this interview. If you will, could you tell us a little bit about yourself? Thank you for this opportunity. To start, I...

Interview with Author Katie Epstein

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So, Katie, tell us a little about yourself…  I’m an author of paranormal and fantasy romance novels and so far I have released four books that are part of the Prophecy Child Series. My new book, Strike at Midnight is due out on the 16th September 2016 and it will...

Interview with author Yehiam Mart

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Thank you for taking the time to speaking with me. Could you perhaps start with a few words about yourself? Thank you for having me. I spent my entire life avoiding such exposure, so please excuse my brevity. I was born in Jerusalem, just before the founding of the state...

Interview with Author EA Hunt

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What inspires you? Those around me. I can hear a story someone is telling or watch something on tv or the internet and think 'wow that would make a wonderful scene in a story or this would make a wonderful romance' How do you write scene to seem so realistic? I imagine...

Interview with Robert Kimbrell

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Q. Tell me a bit about your childhood in Ohio. A. If one knew me growing up, I was a boring only child. But I'd like to say it was very interesting to be inside my head. My father was abusive to my mom and me, so as you can imagine...

Interview with Rosie Hartmann

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Why did you go to Vietnam? After my dad died I wanted to better understand his role in the Vietnam War. It seemed to be a part of his life I knew almost nothing about. I tracked down is military history through letters and military records. I planned my trip...

Interview with Apollo Butler

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Tell us about your book the Ashes of The Shogun? Well in 1854 America sent its Navy to Japan and used its military strength to force Japan to open up its borders. The event internationally embarrassed Japan and really showed how weak they were as a nation. Shortly after that...

Interview with Author Derek Levandowski

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  Q: This book has an interesting title, what is it about? A: Well, it's a collection of essays about topics I find interesting - things I think about when my mind wanders. Things like Are we alone in the Universe? There are also collections of some of my favorite quotes...

Interview with Hillis Pugh

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What does gratitude mean to you? Gratitude means pausing in the life moment to give thanks for what you have received or experience. You are saying thank you to the universe! Can you tell about some of the topics of your book? As a reader, you will read topics such as Joy,...

Interview with LR Claude

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What do you like best about writing? The responses are great, I write for young girls primarily, except I write for those that feel underappreciated or undervalued. Girls have it pretty harsh and many don't make it easy for one another. What sort of movies influenced you growing up? I refuse to grow...

Interview with A. Bernette

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New Book Title: Chosen: A Paranormal, Sci-Fi, Dystopian Novel Release Date: 7/29 Format: Paperback and eBook  So, what have you written?- Most recently I've written a series. The first book in the CHOSEN series is called CHOSEN: A Paranormal, Sci-Fi, Dystopian Novel and it is set in 2165. I'm excited about my debut...

A look at the Modern Illustrated KamaSutra

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What is the book about? The kamasutra is a classic book, chiefly famous for describing the art of love making. Our updated version comes with excellent, high quality illustrations to showcase the book at its very best. Why Re-Create the Classic? There are a lot of versions of the kamasutra, however we...

Interview with Neteira Anu El

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What made you title the book Wounded by Christianity Healed by GOD? I choose this title because I was raised a Christian and for many years I was not accepted in the Christian community because of the gifts I was born with. What gifts where you born with? I have the gift...

Interview with Author Michael C. Mitzell

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False Flag: Able Thunder is an exciting new thriller by Michael C. Mitzell, that poses a frightening scenario: a rogue group of American operatives using a duped group of Muslim Americans and an existing nuclear warhead under an “enemy” flag (think: Syria) in order to generate a new war...

Interview with Author Kevon Brown

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-How long have you been writing? I started drawing comics as a kid when I was like 11-12 years old, I wrote short stories in middle school and really enjoyed reading. I didn't write my first novel until I was 19 years old though in college. -What made you write in...

Interview with author Emily Evans Wood

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Effective Communication: How to become a charismatic communicator and develop genuine lasting relationships   Interview with author Emily Evans Wood Why should people read this book? Based on a study of adult development carried out by Harvard University over 78 years it was found that genuine relationships keep us happier and healthier and...

Interview with Nefretiti A. Morant

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When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? I've always loved writing, but it wasn't until about four years ago that I decided to start a poetry blog and make some serious time for writing. How long does it take you to write a book? Depends on...

Interview with Karen Elizabeth Russell

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Q- What made you decide to sit down and actually start writing something? A- I've always written for as long as I can remember. I never actually sit down and say 'I think I'll write something today. When I write, it's just 'there', and I usually have to scramble around for a...

Interview with Aydin Guner

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 I've read the first 3 chapters of The Devil in I and i must say I am very impressed. What inspired you to write this story? I've always wondered what it'd be like if the Devil walked on Earth, so this was my way of telling that story. One thing...

Interview with Mohammad O. AlAnjari

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Q: What prompted you to write this book about Mr. Trump? A: The primary reason is that Mr. Trump carries ideas which pose a tremendous danger for America and the rest of the world due to his hate, enmity, and transgression toward others. He’s a man who will do...

Interview with Rutherford Rankin

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What’s the story behind Fighting Against Gravity? I actually got the idea for Fighting Against Gravity and started writing it many years ago around 2007 or 2008. I wrote a small percentage of the story at that time and then life got busy so I gave it up for a...

Interview with Matthew Anderson

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   Will this book help couples revive the glow in their relationship even if they have lost it for years? Absolutely.  That is one of the major reasons I wrote the book.  I have worked with couples for 4 decades and reviving their romance is what I am really good...

Interview with Jessie Newburn

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Uber Chronicles? What’s that about? I drive for Uber (here and there) and I write about each and every one of my passengers. Some stories are shorter, some are longer, but I do write about each passenger and my interaction with them. I’ve noticed with some other books from Uber...

Interview with Eric Choi

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• Tell us about yourself My name is Eric Choi. I work as an analyst at Research Center of Shinhan Investment covering auto, auto-parts and tires. My career as an analyst began in the year 2009 in which I worked for two years with Lazard Asia Limited and Joongang Daily Newspaper...

Interview with Victoria Bolton

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How many hours a day to you devote to writing? Do you write a draft on paper or at a keyboard (typewriter or computer)? What are your writing rituals? I only spend about three hours tops a day writing. I work full time and sometimes I am exhausted when I...

Interview with Robert James

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What prompted you to write the book NEXT!? I wrote it as a fluke. My assistant would ask me about my dates, and I’d tell her. Some of the stories were hilarious about what some women do on dates. Some stories are so crazy, you couldn’t make them up. Like...

Interview with S.A. Jeffers

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  Interview with Author S.A. Jeffers (Bigfoot Trails: Pacific Northwest)  What was the inspiration behind the book?   J: We’ve always been intrigued by all the Bigfoot legends and sightings stories out there. As parents to three young boys ourselves, we thought of a fun way to include kids in the fun of...

Interview with Betty Brink

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Who would want to read your book? A: Anyone who has struggled with weight, tried multiple diets, and suffered from depression or low self-esteem would find a kindred spirit in my book. In it I explore ways to untangle self-esteem from body size, and relate the things I did to...

Interview with Tasher

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I see you are an author with Dyslexia. How did you find out you had the reading disorder and does it pose any specific difficulties while writing? Tasher: I experienced undiscovered dyslexia until a teacher in high school, sent me for testing and I was diagnosed. My teacher had a...

Interview with Lee Nicole Salinis

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1. How would you describe “They Drive Me Nuts” in only a few words? Understanding Emotions. 2. What does your book focus on and why? Emotional Intelligence (EQ), or understanding and controlling your own emotions as well as others. Why? Because studies have proven that emotional intelligence is the #1 predictor of success...

Interview with Paula Millet

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So tell me about your debut novel, Angelique’s Storm.   I suppose that if I have to classify it, I would call it historical fiction, a compelling tale of suspense, strength, and survival set against the backdrop of pre-Civil War South Louisiana. To summarize, Angelique Latour, a beautiful plantation-born socialite, is...

Interview with Lisa Mathisen

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What got you started writing? A: I have always loved to write. My father is a published author; my sister is masterful at all kinds of writing and my brother is a wonderful poet. I was born into it in a way but didn't think to put my musings out...