The New York Times Book Review has called Sokoloff a "daughter of Mary Shelley."
R. Barri Flowers is an award winning criminologist and internationally bestselling author of more than sixty books.
"...if you are going to write, you are going to have to give up something," states Campbell.
Meet horror author Patrick C. Greene.
"Writing fiction is a fun, creative thing to do. Sit down with a glass of wine, turn off the television and share a few stories."
"It was written to show a heroine can stand on her own two feet and does not always need a man to make her a whole person."
"True success is being able to do what you love when you want to do it, and for me part of that success is sharing my work with others."
Burgess writes stories that are amusing but instill and reinforce positive character traits.
Military horror author Vincent Hobbes talks about this genre and his new novel, Khost.
"Looking for a publisher involves hitting your head against a brick wall repeatedly, and you can't stop until you knock a hole in it," says Amsden.
Romantic suspense author Chris Karslen talks about weaving history and archaeology into her stories.
"I'm exploring my ancestors' romances, friendships, adventures, hardships in a historical context."
"The novel is an endurance race, where there are miles to go, numerous paths to take," states Valjan.
"I wondered how filling out a tax return and writing a check to the treasury could possibly strike such a powerful moral chord."
"I think I’m particularly interested in trouble. Folks getting in and out of trouble."
"Steven Spielberg once told me that I should build a strong body of work, because that will speak louder than anything I could say about myself."
"Like many authors, I was originally inspired to write my first novel after reading a great book and seeing an amazing movie."
What if you could travel back in time to kill Hitler?
A paper found. A secret revealed. A girl's life changed forever.
"I got inspired to write My Sister is My Best Friend after I met my half sister for the first time in 2008," says Weaver.