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Interview: Lori Rader-Day, Debut Author of ‘The Black Hour’

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"The only thing that ever works is writing. Not talking about writing, not reading about writing, not writing about writing." Read More »

Interview: R.L. Nolen, Author of ‘Deadly Thyme’

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Auurrrgh! Fifteen years working on a novel? Enough is enough! Read More »

Interview: K. Madill, Author of ‘Mandamus and Luco – The Stolen Herd’

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I think I was bitten by the storytelling bug after reading Maurice Sendak’s 'Where the Wild Things Are.' A forest growing in my room, a private boat followed by a wild rumpus? Yes please! Read More »

Interview: Jermaine Gadson, Author of ‘Tactics, Trends, & Traits of the Enemy’

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"People are being destroyed because they don't recognize when they are under spiritual attack." Read More »

Interview with Ronald Kirk, Author of ‘Thy Will Be Done’

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"A comprehensive rethinking of our faith in historic terms and with strict application to the Scriptures is necessary for revival." Read More »

An Interview with Sarah Jio, Author of ‘Morning Glory’

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"We get one life, and only so many trips around the sun, and I believe in love and happy endings . . ." Read More »

Interview with Sarah Renée, Author of the Saderia Series

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"It was a love of my story that made me decide to become a writer!" Read More »

Interview with Beverly Stowe McClure, Author of ‘A Pirate, a Blockade Runner, and a Cat’

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"A broken home, though sad and frightening, is not the end. New beginnings, new friends, and facing the truth will help a person survive." Read More »

Interview: LeeAnna Kail, author of ‘The OWL Who Couldn’t WHOO’

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This author wants children to realize it's okay to be different. Read More »

Interview with Tim and Debbie Bishop, Authors of ‘Two Are Better’

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"Instead of the becoming 'the beginning of the end,' midlife can give birth to a new and exciting chapter in one’s life." Read More »