Today is an interview with the Science Fiction author Candice Coates. She writes in more genres than just Scifi, appealing to readers in young adult and adult audiences. Let's learn all about her in this Q&A, shall we? Before we begin though, she has a dilemma that only you can solve: Which of her two … Continue reading Battle Of The Books: Interview With Author Candice Coates
Today I would like to welcome you all to indie author Hazel West of urban fantasy, YA, and much more. First, her book's synopsis, and then the interview! Book Synopsis: Six months after Ciran defeated King Lorcan and instigated a peace treaty between the High Court of Ireland and the Goblin realm, things have been slowly … Continue reading Interview with author Hazel West
Today I would like to welcome you all to indie author Rachael Ritchey! You may remember my review of her debut novel The Beauty Thief last year. Well, her second novel in the Chronicles of The Twelve Realms series is finally released this week! And I'm very happy to be a part of her Blog Tour to … Continue reading Interview with Historical Fantasy author Rachael Ritchey
I was invited over to Cathleentownsend’s lovely blog today for an interview. 🙂
This week’s guest is E. Rawls, who dwells in imaginary worlds, and dreams of becoming an epic swordsmaster, learning how to ride a wild dragon, mastering the art of drawing, painting, and to one day fluently speak Tolkien’s language of the Elves. Rawls lives off of chocolate, iced coffee, good humor and fantasy, and is a Speculative Fiction, Epic Fantasy, Steampunk and YA Christian author in the making: taking readers to other worlds and inside the lives of unique, interesting characters. Her stories are character-driven, speckled with comedy, surviving tragedy, slice-of-life and perseverance.
Hi, Cathleen! Thank you for inviting me here on your lovely website. I look forward to your questions.
My first question for you is: What is the single most important quality in a novel? In other words, what must an author do to win you over?
For me that would be character development. No matter how much action is going…
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I was interviewed by the lovely Rachael Ritchey after my short story Cosmic Hunter tied for the #BlogBattle winner! 🙂
Hello again, Ms. Rawls! What a pleasure to see you back in the winner’s circle. You look lovely this evening, I must say. Are you doing something new with you hair, perhaps? . . . Oh, you really don’t need to look so shy! You’re just radiant. Thank you for meeting with me for a quick interview. It’s always a pleasure.
I’d like to dive right in to our questions tonight, and first off here is what we are all dying to know:
1) If writers were the only people who liked fruit cake would it be wise to bring some to a party so you could strategically figure out who you wanted to be friends with? Why or Why not?
Hmm, I would bring the cake and any who drew near I would befriend as a fellow writer. But then I’d quick go around the party and make…
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Today we have a special treat for you! Today is day 5 of the promotional Blog Tour for The Wildcat of Braeton, and I will be participating by holding an interview. We will be interviewing the author of The Rise of Aredor Series (books 1 & 2, and appropriate for all ages) author Claire M. … Continue reading Interview: Author Claire M. Banschbach
Today’s interview is with Kima Prince, author of the Badlands Fantasy series, books written for young readers but enjoyable for all ages, in the fantasy genre. Her website: HeHasPlans.com Welcome Kima Prince! It’s great to have you here with us. Glad to be here! Love your blog and the articles you put out! Writing, villains, … Continue reading Author Interview: Kima Prince
Today we will be interviewing the author of the fun and original series, Shinobi 7, written for young readers and filled with action-pack martial arts and all things ninja! Set within a world of five countries known as Shaaku Den, where elusive shinobi clans reside, the story begins... Hello, author L. Benitez, and welcome! Thank you for having me! I'm … Continue reading Interview with author L. Benitez