Interviewed by: Pacific Book Review
Today we're talking with Greg McKinney, author of " Barberetta."
I wanted to tell the story how I envisioned it, not how somebody else does. So I…Continue
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Today we are talking with Jerry Bronk, author of "Belinda's Law."
PBR: How many of the...characters are based on real life persons and how so?
All characters are composites and there is little creativity involved. This lack may account for some characters (eg, Cathy, Judy) not being developed as fully as they could be.
PBR: If you could write a sequel,…Continue
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PBR: Why is the book titled ‘last known survivor’ when it is mentioned that another government bunker survived, and in the epilogue it is hinted that Susan Krowley’s mother may know John…Continue
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Author Interview with Carrie Cader
Interviewed by: Suzanne Gattis, Pacific Book Review
Today we're talking with Carrie Cader, author of "Burnt Cupcakes: A Memoir of Marriage, Motherhood, and Madness."
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Interviewed by: Ella Vincent, Pacific Book Review
Today we're talking with Brooke Tesla, author of iPooKee
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My interest was immediately drawn to Sandy Osborne when I learned she is a police officer who, like myself, has based a work of fiction around her male-dominated working environment. The very original Girl Cop has been published to great reviews and I'm delighted she joined me for a virtual coffee and a chat.
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Elias and The Legend of Sirok by Edward G. Kardos
A Quest of The Heart Campaign
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Tuck Magazine is a dynamic online arts magazine attracting contributors from around the
globe. Involved in promoting art beyond the zeitgeist and raising awareness about social issues, I was delighted to interview its founder and chief editor, Val B. Russell, to get some insight into it's…Continue
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Check out my interview with Francis Xavier Labiran, founder of poetry magazine Wordjar. Talking poetry from stage to page and the future for Wordjar:
"This is what I want to do, paint on the canvas of the mind."
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Melissa Pearl is a YA author who brings a touch of the exotic to her fantastical tales. With 7 self-published novels under her belt and situated in China, it was great to get her thoughts on the industry, marketing and a great idea called the Taste Test!…Continue
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Title: He Opens Another Door
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Matt Bone is a writer based in Bath. His debut novel Endless, book 1 of the Crescent series, was book of the month at Fantasy Book Review and a semi-finalist in The Kindle Book Review’s Best Indie Books 2012.
Matt talks about world building and indie publishing.…Continue
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