Title: Saga of the Diver – Volume One:…
Title: Saga of the Diver – Volume One:…
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Let's Welcome Author Janice G Ross!
Ms. Ross will be offering a Free Kindle Read... see how you may receive this at…
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Hello everyone! Welcome to another interview session with new authors! We have been interviewing authors from the fiction genre all these while. But this time round, it is going to be a bit different. I will be interviewing a doctor who has written a book recently and I'm sure this interview is going to be very informative and educational at the same time! …Continue
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Interviewed by: Ella VIncent, Pacific Book Review
Today we are talking to Eric Majors, author of “Dot Money”.
PBR: Dot Money is a timely book about virtual currency. How do you think Dot Money would work in addition to paper currency in a global economy?
There is now an effort going on to…Continue
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Did my first author interview today.
Interviewed by: Anita Lock, Pacific Book Review
Today we’re talking with C.O.B., author of “Rocket Ship”.
1. PBR: Tell a little about yourself?
I grew up in Miami, FL and moved to Philadelphia, PA in the mid ‘90s for college.
2. PBR: How did you get into writing?
I got into writing because of the…Continue
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Interview of the week – Teodor Flonta
A Luminous Future: Growing up in Transylvania in the Shadow of Communism:
English Edition published in 2012
Romanian Edition published in 2013
A Luminous Future, the…
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One of the books that touched me the most is Emmanuel’s Book – A guide for living comfortably in the cosmos. I always found big inspiration in this little book. It’s filled with uplifting wisdom about who we are and where…Continue
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Today, it is my pleasure to have back a second time as my guest, Lauren Oliver, New York Times bestselling author of Delirium trilogy! She was kind enough to join us for an…Continue
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Interviewed by: Krista Schnee, Pacific Book Review
PBR: What inspired you to write the story of Robert?
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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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