Author Interview with Xyla Turner

I’m interviewing Xyla TUrner, author of African-American romance “The Chase” today. I’d like to welcome Xyla to my blog, and thank her for answering my questions. When did you decide you wanted to be an author? A few years ago, I felt led to write a book about something that I had gone through. I’m an avid reader, but the […]

Author Interview with Allan Ament

I’m interviewing Allan Ament today, author of memoir “Learning to Float”. Welcome to my blog, and thanks for answering my questions When did you know you wanted to be an author? I have always written. When I was in college, I knew I wanted to have written a book that was published. I had no idea what the book was […]

Author Interview with Larry Gerovac

I’m interviewing Larry Gerovac, author of fantasy novel “The One Path”. I’d like to welcome the author to my blog, and thank him for answering my questions. When did you know you wanted to be an author? I think I was about twenty-two when I thought to myself, one day I would like to write my own stories. I was […]

Author Interview with Kara Thorpe

I’m happy to interview Kara Thorpe on my blog today. She’s the author of “Witches, Voids and Other Sanity Suckers”, a paranormal romance novel. Thanks for visiting! 1) When did you know you wanted to be an author? I’ve always told stories to my friends. I think in high school is when I really decided that I wanted to share […]

A to Z Challenge: D is for Darkness

The A to Z challenge is a challenge in which bloggers post every day during the entire month, and each day has a post starting with a different letter of the alphabet. The first day, the post features “A”, the second day “B”, and so on. It’s much better explained on the Blogging from A to Z website, so I’ll […]

What’s Up Wednesday #17

What’s Up Wednesday is a weekly blog hop created by Jaime Morrow and Erin Funk. The goal of this hop is to help connect writers on their writing journey. You can find out more about the blog hop here. What I’m Reading I just finished “The Bear Who Wouldn’t Leave” by J.H. Moncrieff and “Sudden Secrets” by C. Lee McKenzie. […]