Interviewing Anthony Avina
Posted 17/09/2018 in My Interviews
Anthony Avina’s stories will get your imaginations working, and will also show that in spite of the most despairing and horrific situations, hope is never out of reach. He is always writing, and so there will never be a shortage of new stories for your reading pleasure.
Review of ‘Zen and the art of admin tasks’ *****
Posted 13/09/2018 in My Interviews
With Zen and the art of admin tasks, Nic de Castro and Nathan Pettijohn have presented a nice booklet of ideas and practical suggestions, easily absorbed and understood by any busy executive.
Interview with Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
Posted 05/07/2018 in My Interviews
What does the future hold for Cecelia? More vampires and werewolves, some science fantasy or science fiction. New ideas and more genres – I hope. Somehow, I don’t choose the writing – the writing chooses me.
Interview with Cher Duncombe
2 Comments - Posted 11/06/2018 in My Interviews
I am pleased to interview Cher Duncombe, acclaimed author of Coal Hollow and Gandy Dancing on the Second Floor Tell…
Interviewing Marie Lavender
2 Comments - Posted 03/03/2017 in My Interviews
Marie Lavender lives in the Midwest with her family and three cats. She has been writing for a little over twenty-five years.
Interviewing Sharlene Almond
Posted 19/05/2015 in My Interviews
It is a pleasure to interview New Zealand fiction writer Sharlene Almond I read that you self-published first, then found…