Meet This Author: Natalie Walters

Q: When did you first begin writing stories?I began writing short stories in my senior English class, but it was until 2010 that I started writing with hopes of publication. Q: What was the name of your first book?Living Lies, the first in my Harbored Secret series. Q: How did you get into the romantic... Continue Reading →

Meet Bestselling Author Julia London

Q: What was the first book that you have written and published? My first book was The Devil's Love, a Regency-era book about a forced marriage. That book was published in 1997 and is still available today.   Q: Which of your smaller characters did you enjoy creating the most in your new release, The Last Duke Standing?  There... Continue Reading →

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Q&A with Author Mandy Eve-Barnett Q: What was the first book you wrote and published? There are two answers to this question. My children’s picture book entitled Rumble’s First Scare was my first venture into publishing in 2011. It propelled me into sharing my stories. I have since published eight more books, covering several genres... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Author Gregory Phillips

Q: Choose three words to describe your writing style.Immersive, Accessible, Aspirational Q: How did your career as a dancer influence your writing? Besides the obvious—since this novel is all about dancers—the creativity and work involved increating dance numbers is not unlike writing a novel. It starts with an idea, but then takes hours,weeks, months to bring... 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 →

Q&A with Debut Author June Rollins

Q: When did you decide to become a writer?I enjoyed writing in high school, but didn’t consistently practice the craft until my thirties. I began writing and submitting human interest pieces with photos to newspapers in the mid-eighties. That grew into submitting narrative essays and being a regular contributor for a regional magazine. I don’t... Continue Reading →

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