Meet This Author: Melinda Curtis

Q: You mentioned you write both as a traditional and indie published writer. Tell us, readers, about your experiences as both. Writing for one of the big publishing houses is like taking a meal order from Meg Ryan’s character in When Harry Met Sally – you need to write what they want and edit to their preferences.... Continue Reading →

Meet Bestselling Author: Beverly Lewis

Q: Can you please provide readers with a brief description of The Orchard?Set in the early 1970s, the novel focuses on the aftermath of stunned disbelief and heartache that protagonist Ellie Hostetler and her Old Order Amish community experience when her twin brother, Evan, turns his back on their Plain upbringing, refuses conscientious objector status,... Continue Reading →

Meet This Author: Adam Sikes

Landslide by Adam Sikes November 14 - December 9, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: International Arms—Private Military Companies—Corruption at Every Turn U.S. Marine veteran Mason Hackett moved to London to start his life over, and he's done his best to convince himself that what happened fifteen years ago doesn't matter—the people he killed, the men... Continue Reading →

Meet This Author: DiAnn Mills

Concrete Evidence by DiAnn Mills October 31 - November 25, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: On the family’s Brazos River Ranch in Texas, Avery Elliott helps run her grandfather’s commercial construction business. Raised by Senator Elliott, Avery has never doubted her grandfather is the man of integrity and faith she’s always believed him to be... Continue Reading →

Meet This Author: Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane

Q: When did you decide to write novels? Around turning 30, I was working at the local newspaper and starting to itch for a bigger challenge, but I knew that national journalism didn't really interest me either. After playing around with a Bridget Jones spoof for an advertising supplement, something clicked, and I realized I wanted... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Children’s Author Mary Elizabeth Jackson

Q: Choose three words to describe your writing style.When writing for children my writing style is creative, imaginative, and free-spirited. I love writing from thethe perspective of the child. Their world is full of so much wonder and I really enjoy writing in thisgenre. Q: What inspired you to create this story? The series was inspired... Continue Reading →

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