An Interview with Rico Lamoureux, Author Without Eyesight but With Great Insight

 "But even when I was at my initial stage of childhood I somehow knew I'd tell the world my personal story. And now, here it is." -Rico Lamoureux on Power of the Pen: An Autobiography Q: What inspired you write this book?  I've lived quite a diverse life, with each chapter feeling like a whole separate … Continue reading An Interview with Rico Lamoureux, Author Without Eyesight but With Great Insight

An Inspiring Interview With Child Rights Leader and Author of “I Remember the Time…”, Kim Hemphill

"I felt strongly about sharing my experiences with others to perhaps inspire people to know that you can be down and out on your luck, but you can prevail. I hope to show some of today’s parents you can break the chain of abuse that has gone on from one generation to the next." -Kim Hemphill … Continue reading An Inspiring Interview With Child Rights Leader and Author of “I Remember the Time…”, Kim Hemphill

Interview With Multi-Talented Sean-Paul Thomas, Author of “The Old Man and the Princess”

"It's a feel-good book at its heart and core, and should leave a big smile on the face of even the most cynical of readers. I've tried to take the reader on a new journey, adding a little bit of mystery and spicy, banterous Irish dialogue along the way." -Sean-Paul Thomas on The Old Man … Continue reading Interview With Multi-Talented Sean-Paul Thomas, Author of “The Old Man and the Princess”

Interview With Editor Justin Bog, Author of “Wake Me Up” and “HARK”

Please tell me about your book. I have two books out in the past three months. Wake Me Up is a literary crime novel, twisty and thought-provoking, centered on the theme of social injustice in a small Montana college town. HARK: A Christmas Collection shares six literary holiday tales about adults struggling during Christmastime with … Continue reading Interview With Editor Justin Bog, Author of “Wake Me Up” and “HARK”

Interview with Author of Seven Days Dead, Christopher M. Johnson

Christopher M. Johnson takes his readers on a journey through Jerusalem--while it's crawling with zombies. Still want to come along? "I wanted a real response to a terrifying situation." - Christopher M. Johnson on his new book, Seven Days Dead Q: What inspired you to write this book?  Well, there were a couple of things that … Continue reading Interview with Author of Seven Days Dead, Christopher M. Johnson

History Buff: An Interview With Author, Gene Panatone, Author of New Book About Madame Bey’s Impact on Boxing History

"Those boxers with the savage names did not intimidate the only woman among these brutes. The camp’s proprietor, an improbable person to run a camp for men who made their living by destroying others, was educated, a mother, a mezzo-soprano opera singer, wife of a Turkish diplomat, and personified sophistication during her years in Washington, … Continue reading History Buff: An Interview With Author, Gene Panatone, Author of New Book About Madame Bey’s Impact on Boxing History

An Interview With Mark Kirkbride, Expert Writer of Scary Stories

Mark Kirkbride had me entranced early in his book, Satan's Fan Club. After a few pages into a Kindle sample of his book, I knew I had to get in touch with him. Disturbing, dark, entertaining, and exceptionally well-written, Kirkbride is ready to take you into his personal nightmare. "The man's pajamas and woman's nightdress are … Continue reading An Interview With Mark Kirkbride, Expert Writer of Scary Stories

Roman à clef at Play: An Interview With Author, Donna M. Zadunajsky

As an undergrad, I listened to my professors gush about "The Rape of the Lock" and Dharma bums--famous roman à clef titles of the serious literary wold. From the minute I learned what roman à clef  was, I was intrigued with the idea of writers disguising their real lives within the folds of their work and … Continue reading Roman à clef at Play: An Interview With Author, Donna M. Zadunajsky