Chatting with Carol Raj

Welcome Carol How did you come up with your title? I had a hard time with the title until I decided to start with the main character's name. Then the double meaning of the last three words seemed perfect. What is the hardest part about writing? For me, the hardest...

Ramona Cecil author of The Time for Healing

From author Ramona Cecil Why did I write this book? The Time for Healing was inspired by the Pigeon Roost Massacre, a tragic event that happened in 1812 in southern Indiana. There, on a serene September afternoon, the unsuspecting frontier settlement of Pigeon Roost...

Author interview with Lillian Duncan

Hello Lillian What is your writing schedule like? I'm retired from my day job so I can set my own schedule. I usually write in the morning until about 10 AM when my creative energy is at its peak. How much of the book is based in real life? The only "real...

Blood Sisters by Jim O’Shea

Hello Jim Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likeable? She is intelligent, strong, and successful, yet vulnerable at the same time. What makes this book special to you? It is my first book that does not tackle the faith v science dynamic. What makes...

Author interview with Barbara M. Britton

Hello Barbara How did you come up with your title? My title was a work in progress. The title changed a few times from "Left For Dead Lodge" to "War Torn Hearts" to "Until June." My initial title sounds like a horror movie. The second...

Blood Sisters by Jim O’Shea

I had a dream many years ago that stuck with me for some reason. In the dream, identical twin brothers were horsing around on a bridge over a rushing river. One tragically fell in and his body was never recovered, but later in the dream the surviving twin inexplicably...
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