Stacy Mitchell is the author of Saving Each Other. What would you do if the most important people in your world were suddenly and violently taken away from you? Saving Each Other is a contemporary romance novel told from a dual point of view. It’s a story of loss, and how hope, friendship, and love can heal even the most shattered souls. Tissues required. Read on for an … [Read more...] about An Interview With Stacy Mitchell, Author of Saving Each Other
Jane Marlow is the author of How Did I Get Here?, the second book in her Petrovo series. In the 1800s, two events altered the course of Russia’s future—the emancipation of the serfs and the Crimean War. Author Jane Marlow takes readers back to this significant time in Russian history, journeying 800 miles south of Moscow to the frontlines of the Crimean War, in her second … [Read more...] about An Interview with Jane Marlow, Author of How Did I Get Here?
Larry D. Thompson is the author of White Witch. Jamaica is a place where the surreal is simply everyday reality. When a ruthless American aluminum company plans to strip mine the Jamaican rainforest, they send former Navy SEAL Will Taylor to Montego Bay to deal with local resistance on their behalf. But he’s unaware that the British had signed a treaty deeding the rainforest … [Read more...] about An Interview with Larry D. Thompson, Author of White Witch
CJ Golden is an author and motivational speaker, as well as one of the presenters at the upcoming Caregiving Global Summit. Her latest book is One Pedal at a Time: A Novice Caregiver and Her Cyclist Husband Face Their New Normal with Courage, Tenacity, and Abundant Love. One Pedal at a Time: A Caregiver’s Journal of Courage, Support and Love follows – in real time – the … [Read more...] about An Interview with CJ Golden, Author of One Pedal at a Time
Nadia Natali is a clinical psychotherapist and dance therapist, and author of the book Stairway to Paradise: Growing Up Gershwin. Growing up as Frankie Gershwin's daughter, the sister of George and Ira Gershwin, was quite a challenge. I didn't have the perspective to realize that so much unhappiness in a family was out of the ordinary. But I knew something was off. My mother … [Read more...] about An Interview with Nadia Natali, Author of Stairway to Paradise
David B. Seaburn is the author of six novels. His latest book is Parrot Talk: Lucas and Grinder are more than a little surprised and confused to hear that their mother, Millie, who they haven’t heard from in over thirty years, has died. Now her best friend wants them to come to Pittsburgh to take care of their mother’s effects, chief among them being Paul. A road trip … [Read more...] about An Interview with David B. Seaburn, Author of Parrot Talk
Howard Jay Smith is the author of Beethoven in Love; Opus 139: A daring, compelling, and impeccably researched historical novel that offers dramatic new insight into the life of the greatest composer the world has ever known. Its fresh perspective and deeply felt understanding of Beethoven's motivations, passions, and challenges speak eloquently to us today, connecting us to … [Read more...] about An Interview with Howard Jay Smith, Author of Beethoven in Love; Opus 139
Charles Salter is the author of The Travel Twins and the Lost Secret of the Vikings, book 4 in the Kare Kids Adventures series: Twelve year old twins Josh and Hannah travel from the USA to visit their Uncle Olaf in Norway. Olaf runs the Museum of Norse Antiquities in Oslo, and the museum's greatest treasure-the Viking chieftain Leif Erikson's fabled Sunstone-is stolen. Hot on … [Read more...] about An Interview with Charles Salter, Author of The Travel Twins and the Lost Secret of the Vikings
Vicki Marquez is the author of The Rootlets. The Rootlets are four fun-loving and adventurous kids, with veggie hair and healthy habits - whose lives, up until now, were undoubtedly ordinary. In their very first adventure, Brocc, Carrotina, Cornelius and Kaley overhear shocking news that’s most definitely NOT ordinary, and that’s sure to change life as they know it…forever! … [Read more...] about An Interview with Vicki Marquez, Author of The Rootlets
Heather Wood Galpert and Bruce Galpert are the authors of My Pancakes Taste Different Today! Could a Pancake have the power to shape a child's view of their world? It was a surprise to Ethan that his favorite breakfast, a stack of steaming hot pancakes, would reveal many ways that nature and people work together. He discovered that everyone has a hand in taking care of nature. … [Read more...] about An Interview with Heather and Bruce Galpert, Authors of My Pancakes Taste Different Today!
Charles A. Salter is the author of The Secret of Bald Rock Island: Can Kelcie solve the island's TWO mysteries in time? Ten-year-old Kelcie Oglethorpe's fisherman father disappeared at sea years ago. Since then, Kelcie has befriended Bald Rock Island's beloved Mr. Bartleby, a kindly man devoted to the village and its children. He often warns of a mysterious creature he once … [Read more...] about An Interview with Charles Salter, Author of The Secret of Bald Rock Island (Kare Kids Adventures #1)
Kirk Blackard is the author of Face to Face: Eighteen-year-old Keith Blackburn was trying to steal Misty Wright’s car. In the process, he shot her through the head and left her for dead. Keith was apprehended and charged with attempted murder. He denied everything, but was convicted and sentenced to twenty-one years in prison. Misty survived the shooting, but was consumed … [Read more...] about An Interview with Kirk Blackard, author of Face to Face
Dayna Steele is the author of Surviving Alzheimer's: With unfiltered observations and sometimes dark humor, author Dayna Steele chronicled her mother's journey with Alzheimer's on Facebook. This collection of Alzheimer's updates posted on the social media network includes biting humor and raw emotion as Dayna carries you from the diagnosis to the inevitable end. Also included … [Read more...] about An Interview with Dayna Steele, author of Surviving Alzheimer’s With Friends, Facebook, and A Really Big Glass of Wine
Eric Lotke is the author of Making Manna: Libby Thompson is just fourteen years old when she flees her abusive home with her newborn son, Angel. Now they must build a life for themselves on hard work and low wages, dealing with police who are sometimes helpful—but not always—and a drug dealer who is full of surprises. As Angel gets older, he begins asking questions about his … [Read more...] about An Interview with Eric Lotke, author of Making Manna
David S. Atkinson is the author of Not Quite So Stories: The center of Not Quite So Stories is the idea that life is inherently absurd and all people can do is figure out how they will live in the face of that fact. The traditional explanation for the function of myth (including such works as the relatively modern Rudyard Kiping's Just So Stories) is as an attempt by humans to … [Read more...] about An Interview with David S. Atkinson, author of Not Quite So Stories