I Have Lived Today by Steven Moore

I Have Lived Today: A Boy’s Coming of Age Story  England. 1960s. A cold, harsh autumn. On an isolated island, an abusive man forces his wife to run for her life. Their son Tristan, young and afraid, also flees the island and sets out into the world to escape his demons and find his mother. […]

Uvi Poznansky the Author

Uvi Poznansky is a California-based author, poet and artist. Her writing and her art are tightly coupled. “I paint with my pen,” she says, “and write with my paintbrush.” She earned her B. A. in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion in Haifa, Israel. During her studies and in the years immediately following her […]

Once Upon Another Time by Rosary McQuestion

312 pages   REVIEW Love, humor, romance and the paranormal! Aubrey McCory is a successful lawyer, best in her field; she has the most perfect six-year-old son and lives in a charming 1930s English Tudor on Fogland Beach. From the outside, her life looks perfect. But it’s been almost seven years and she’s still trying […]

Obligations by P.S. Winn

      OBLIGATIONS by P.S. Winn A near death experience takes Joshua through the valley of the shadow of death. When he is returned he is given an obligation, to get rid of the evil presence that followed him back. Josh is given a few special gifts, he can see auras and spirits, and […]

Interview with G. L. Sheridan author of Germination

Today we are delighted to Welcome G.L. Sheridan author of Germination to answer some questions that we know our readers like to hear about Q. Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? A. My husband – no contest. He’s always been there for me. Q. Where do you write from? e.g. Kitchen table? […]

Interview with Genesis Cotterell author of Aliens in Godzone

Today It’s my pleasure to Welcome Genesis Cotterell author of Aliens in Godzone AUTHOR QUESTIONS   Q.    Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? My partner and a few other writing friends. Q.   Where do you write from? e.g. Kitchen table? Study? Bedroom? Garden shed? Study, public library, kitchen table, coffee lounge, […]

Invisible Child by Carol Macfie Lange

Invisible Child by Carol Macfie Lange INVISIBLE CHILD is about a boy who is hidden and then abandoned by his parents when soldiers of the fascist tyrant General Franco take them by force from their mountain village. His father is mortally wounded and his mother is taken prisoner. The boy escapes to the wild mountains […]

Antoinette J. Houston – Author of Red Summer

Welcome to Antoinette author of Red Summer Q.   Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? My family and friends of course! Q.    Where do you write from? e.g. Kitchen table? Study? Bedroom? Garden shed? I have the pleasure of having my own ‘Women cave’ Q.   Do you write at set […]

Interview with Y. Yang ( author of Sam the Sneaky )

  Welcome to Y.Yang author of Sam the Sneaky Q    Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? At the moment, just the usual suspects: family and friends. Let’s hope that changes. Q.    Where do you write from? e.g. Kitchen table? Study? Bedroom? Garden shed? I write whenever an idea comes to […]

Interview With Chris Sherborne (author and friend)

Today I’m interviewing a very good friend of mine Chris Sherborne author of many audio recordings and her latest book  Imogene’s Message: A Paranormal Thriller. AUTHOR QUESTIONS  Q.  Who are your greatest support – who believes in you? My husband and friends. Q.    Where do you write from? e.g. Kitchen table? Study? Bedroom? Garden […]

Interviewing Barbara Villemez (author)

One of my supporters and friend over the last years has been Barbara Villemez who tells us a little about herself Welcome Barbara   My greatest support would be my husband, Clare. He takes on most of the responsibility around here for the stuff I used to do. My daughter, Candy is another supporter and […]

Interview with Rebecca Scarberry (author)

  My pleasure to welcome Rebecca Scarberry author of Jumper and Jumper Bounces Back (Volume 2)  Readers like to know some details about the author of the books they read and today Rebecca has given us a good insight into her choosing to become an author. Q    Where do you write from? e.g. Kitchen table? […]