Interview: Thom Reese ( The Voyage of the Amethyst Castle)

Thom Reese Returns to discuss his exciting new YA novel The Voyage of the Amethyst Castle. What started as a passion writing project, became an adventure into clashing worlds that calls two teens to help save the residents before its too late. In what is called a cross of Harry […]

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Interview: S.A. Jewell -Solomon’s Concubine and more

S.A. Jewell started her writing life with two Christian Fiction teens books. In A Christmas Dinosaur and Visit from a shepherd Boy where she takes her readers and a young boy Josh back in time to learn about the first Christmas; then the story that followed. Sara being called to […]

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Interview: Douglas J Lanzo The Year of the Bear

Douglas J. Lanzo is an accomplished poet who has published nearly 300 poems in 60 literary journals and anthologies around the world.  He is also the author of the award-winning novel The Year of the Bear. Taking his readers deep into Maine’s wilderness, it presents the inspirational, coming of age […]

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Interview: Kenny Ching with memories and science fiction

Kenny Ching dives into a life he faced as a parent of a special needs child. Kenny shared valuable journey of how his faith was tested and strengthen. It has been said that his book Shattered Prayers has give his readers strength and hope. After opening his life to the […]

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Interview: Friztnel Octave (Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope)

Fritznel Octave searched through the history of Haiti and the impact the country had on the North and South America continent. In his Haiti Between Pestilence and Hope: The progressive Ideals from the Revolution of 1804 Set the Pace, you find a wonderful tool to explore history of one island […]

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Interview: Paul Attaway (Blood in the Low Country & Eli’s Redemption)

Paul Attaway steps back in time with his books, but not too far, and takes you with him. In Blood in the Low Country, he begins the journey in Charleston, South Carolina in the 1970s. Paul captures a time and feeling in the not-too-distant American past in a way that […]

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Interview: Jonathan R. Rose (Wedlock)

Jonathan R. Rose writes from a place of love for the Latin American world and the dozen years he spent there. Leaving his home in Canada, he drove south until English was no longer spoken. Without knowing what he was getting himself into, Jonathan chased his dream of becoming the best […]

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Interview: Amy L Bernstein (The Nighthawkers & The Potrero Complex)

Walking in several genres, Amy L Bernstein joins the show to discuss her books The Potrero Complex, The Nighthawkers, and Dreams of Song Times. She has a life full of writing that includes being a journalist, speechwriter, playwright, and novelist. To top it off, Amy is a nonfiction book coach, […]

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Interview: Jim Flynn (Losing Lola and others books)

Jim Flynn joins us and discuss his books of financial thrillers and more. Jim found his enjoyment of writing after being a contestant on Jeopardy. He then wrote his first book Be Sincere Even When you Don’t Mean It; where he takes you on a fun ride in a life […]

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Interview: Bonsart Bokel (The Wrench in the Machine)

Bonsart Bokel takes us into his world of Steampunk. He tells us about his book The Wrench in the Machine and some other projects he is working on. If you’re looking to get into steampunk, he suggests his YouTube series The Steampunk Beginners Guide. His insights on the distinction between […]

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