Posts Tagged ‘authors’

Interview with Victor Catano – Tail & Trouble

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Victor Catano has been writing since he was a kid, but Tail & Trouble is his first novel. If you enjoy comedy, fantasy and bulldogs, then you’ll surely love Victor’s debut. Know more about the author in this interview.

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Interview with Michael Chatfield – The Free Fleet Series

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Michael Chatfield is an accomplished Science Fiction author who has written a series of novels called The Free Fleet. His latest book, War’s Reward, is the latest in The Free Fleet Series and it has just been released this month. So this was the perfect opportunity to interview the author and know a bit more of…

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Interview with James Devo – ‘The Wonder’

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Award-winning scriptwriter James Devo, born and raised in South London, brings to us the imaginative world of The Wonder. It was a pleasure to have interviewed James, and I am sure you’ll be curious to know more of The Wonder after you read the interview.

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Interview with Tiffany McDaniel – ‘The Summer That Melted Everything’

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Tiffany’s debut novel, The Summer That Melted Everything, is being published by St Martins Press/ Macmillan this July 26th (you might get a treat if you pre-order). In this literary fiction book, “Fielding Bliss has never forgotten the summer of 1984: the year a heat wave scorched Breathed, Ohio. The year he became friends with the devil”. I am delighted…

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Interview with C.S. Wilde – Author of ‘A Courtroom of Ashes’

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C.S. Wilde, believe it or not, has written since she was eight years old.  If you keep reading, you will find out that, besides being a Fantasy author, she has also the gift of giving entertaining interviews. I have included a bit of information about A Courtroom of Ashes in the end, so go ahead and feel free…

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Pantsers vs. Plotters, by David Michael Williams

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by David Michael Williams Once upon a time, the stories poured from my fingertips. Back in the early days of my Quest for Publication, I was equipped with naught but a trusty Pilot pen, a five-subject Mead notebook, and a plethora of ideas. Eventually, I upgraded to a keyboard and computer. After transcribing tome after…

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