Category: Author Interviews

Author: Jessica Samuels
July 16, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Today, we introduce you to YA Paranormal Romance author, Jessica Samuels. Jessica Samuels is a Young Adult/ New Adult paranormal romance writer from Chesterfield, Virginia. She is going to Virginia Commonwealth University to become a Journalist and travel all over the world. She has been an avid reader since the fifth grade, and loves to
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Author: Kevin Peake
July 9, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Today, it is our pleasure to introduce you to children’s fantasy author, Kevin Peake. Name: KEVIN PEAKE Latest Release: Tridea’s Children Genre: Children’s Fantasy Email: kevin@tridea.co.uk Kevin Peake was born in London, England and grew up in Margate, England. His debut book Tridea’s Children sets of to create a different role of heroes and villains.
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Author: Madison Woods
July 2, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Today’s interview is with author Madison Woods! Madison Woods lives way off the beaten path in the middle of the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas. The close proximity to nature supplies her with all she needs to stay happy and occupied creating stories and products for Wild Ozark. The deep woods is her favorite place to be, and she spends
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Author: Lindsey Williams
June 25, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Today’s interview is with author Lindsey Williams! Lindsey Williams is a professional human, lifetime bibliophile and occasional poet turned self-published author. Lindsey is a bit of a nerdy rebel wanderer type, who’s finally found the time to plant roots and get serious about fulfilling her dream of publishing books. In her writing she draws on
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Author: Laura Lovett
June 18, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Today’s second interview is with Laura Lovett! Laura (Hambley) Lovett was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, and received her PhD in Psychology from the University of Calgary in 2005. Her love of writing began at an early age when she would create and draw characters, telling stories to herself as she drew. An accomplished
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Author: Katheryn J. Avila
June 18, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Meet author Katheryn J. Avila in today’s first interview. Katheryn J. Avila is a programmer by day, writer by night. A lover of all things supernatural  and helpless romantic at heart, she spends most of her writing time coming up with stories that incorporate at least one of the two. So far, she’s only published one
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Author: Julie A. Burns
June 11, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Meet author Julie A. Burns in today’s interview. Julie A. Burns is a native Iowan born in Marshalltown, Iowa and raised in Davenport, Iowa. After her parent’s divorce at age 7, she took to writing, whether it was her diary or poems about people she met or situations that bothered her. After graduating from high
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Author: K.L. Holloway
June 4, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Meet author K. L. Holloway with today’s interview. K.L. Holloway was born during the hot summer of 1987 to the typical American family. Living miles from the nearest kid, she found solace in books and writing. She graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree from Georgia Southwestern State University in the sleepy little town of
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Author: Patricia M. Bryce
May 28, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Today’s second interview is with Patricia M. Bryce. Patricia M. Bryce is a short story author, novelist and cos-player. She has appeared as Patricia M. Rose in the anthology, Dreams of Steam: Gadgets, edited by Kimberly Richardson and published by Dark Oak Press. When she’s not busy writing, she’s off being a play-tron up at
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Author: Bruce Solheim
May 28, 2018 Author Interviews,Interviews Kat Avila

Today’s interview is with Bruce Solheim. Bruce Olav Solheim was born on September 3, 1958, in Seattle, Washington, to hard-working Norwegian immi¬grant parents, Asbjørn and Olaug Solheim. Bruce was the first per¬son in his family to go to college. He served for six years in the US Army as a jail guard and later as
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