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  • Interview with Thief’s Covenant young adult fantasy author Ari Marmell
    Interview with Thief’s Covenant young adult fantasy author Ari Marmell
    Ari Marmell is an author and game designer, published with Del Rey, Titan Books, Pyr Books, Wizards of the Coast, and others. He finds talking about himself in the third person to be very weird. He’s no Bob Dole.For what age audience do you...
  • Interview with Picture Book author Angela Sage Larsen
    Interview with Picture Book author/illustrator Angela Sage Larsen
    Every time Angela Sage Larsen asks “what if…?” she ends up with a story or a series on her hands. Her series of seven picture books (which she wrote and illustrated), now being adapted into a Broadway-bound flying musical,...
  • Kristi Helvig, author photo
    Kristi Helvig on Dealing with Change in Publishing
    Kristi Helvig on Dealing with Change in Publishing(Kristi Helvig is a Ph.D. clinical psychologist turned sci-fi/fantasy author. Her first novel, BURN OUT (Egmont USA), which Kirkus Reviews called “a scorching series opener not to be missed,...
  • Interview with middle grade A SNICKER OF MAGIC author Natalie Lloyd
    Interview with middle grade A SNICKER OF MAGIC author Natalie Lloyd
    Natalie Lloyd lives, writes and daydreams in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Her first novel, A Snicker of Magic, was released by Scholastic in February. She listens to bluegrass music, collects old books, and likes exploring quirky mountain towns with...
  • Author Tavetta Patterson shares inspiration with Chicago
    Author Tavetta Patterson shares inspiration with Chicago
    Published Author, Public Speaker, Award Winning Mentor and Philanthropist; Tavetta Patterson is on a mission to fulfill her divine purpose. As president of Abundant Life Publications, she provides effective communications consulting, leadership...
  • Interview with Young Adult fantasy author Kendall Kulper
    Interview with Young Adult fantasy author Kendall Kulper
    Kendall Kulper writes historical fiction with a fantasy twist for teen readers and knows more about nineteenth century whaling than she ever imagined. Her debut YA novel, SALT & STORM was published by Little, Brown. She graduated from Harvard...
  • Hug-A-Bug is a character who resembles a cute blue pom-pom.
    Author Anna Church at Texas Barnes & Noble
    On April 12, 2015 Anna Church, author of the “Hug-A-Bug” book series, will be signing and doing an interactive reading of "Hug-A-Bug Travels to Greece" with a post activity at Barnes and Noble at 2:00pm at La Frontera Village...
  • Interview with picture book author, Laura Sassi
    Interview with picture book author, Laura Sassi
    Laura Sassi has a passion for telling humorous stories in prose and rhyme. Her poems, stories, articles, and crafts have appeared in Highlights for Children, Cricket, Ladybug, Spider and Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse and Clubhouse Jr. and...
  • William Cabell Rives: A Country to Serve
    'William Cabell Rives: A Country to Serve' ... as well as a party to obey
    One of the first events of the 2015 Virginia Festival of the Book took place this week on Wednesday. Entitled "Local Virginians: Their Lives and Their Work." Among the presenters on the Panel was Barclay Rives, author of a book about his...
  • Ilsa J. Bick
    Guest post by Ilsa J. Bick:
    Ilsa J. Bick is not only a brilliant author, she is a child psychiatrist, film scholar and former Air Force major. Her books and short stories have won numerous awards. "White Space," the first volume of her Dark Passages horror/ fantasy...
  • Anne Bustard writes about Egmont Last List and her journey
    Guest post - One Children’s Book Writer’s Road to Publication by Anne Bustard
    Egmont Publishers is closing their US offices. Egmont authors are understandably not happy about it. Several authors have offered to write guest posts about their thoughts about the closing. This is by Anne Bustard, author of "Buddy: The...
  • Joy
    Encouraging pastors and authors to self-publish
    A few months ago, my wife recommended that I read Tim Keller’s “The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness” from Amazon/Kindle. It cost $2.99 (presently it is $.99) and was 48 pages long. I didn’t mind its brevity or its cost...
  • Dog Training the American Male cover art
    L.A. Knight: ‘Dog Training the American Male’
    L.A. Knight has bounded onto the scene with all the energy and wild-eyed exuberance of a frisky canine that has just snapped its leash to pursue a fabulously thrilling new scent. “Dog Training the American Male” is a spirited romp...
  • Interview with Sci-Fi & Fantasy Author Gini Koch
    Interview with Sci-Fi & Fantasy Author Gini Koch
    Gini Koch writes the fast, fresh and funny Alien/Katherine “Kitty” Katt series for DAW Books, the Necropolis Enforcement Files series, and the Martian Alliance Chronicles series for Musa Publishing. Alien in the House, Book 7 in her...
  • SINGLE WOMAN’S WAKE-UP CALL
    6 questions with self-help relationship book author: Suntia Smith
    Suntia Smith, Licensed Independent Social Worker & Couples Therapist, author of "Single Woman's Wake-up Call" answers 6 questions about the inspiration behind her writing and she discusses her passion for helping individuals and...
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