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Interview with Kage Alan, Author of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to My Sexual Orientation

"It’s important to keep writing stories dealing with characters who’re gay because I’m also demonstrating that there are similarities between them and their straight counterparts." Read More »

Interview: Elizabeth Pisani, Author Of The Wisdom Of Whores And HIV/AIDS Advocate

"If we don't spend the money on those most at risk what are we really doing to stop the spread of the disease?" Read More »

Interview with Tim Bete and Cap’n Billy “The Butcher” MacDougall, Authors of Guide to Pirate Parenting

"[When] should your child be able to remove a bottle cap by taking out his glass eye and using his eye socket as an opener?" Read More »

Interview with Thomas Phillips, author of The Molech Prophecy

Fans of mystery, suspense and thrillers will enjoy The Molech Prophecy. Read More »

Interview with Gail Pool, Author of Faint Praise – The Plight of Book Reviewing in America

"I think that good reviews have always been an endangered species," states Pool. Read More »

Interview with Jennifer Cody Epstein, Author of The Painter from Shanghai

"The struggle to become an artist against seemingly insurmountable odds was something I could relate to." Read More »

Interview with Judi Clark of MostlyFiction.com

"If someone just wants free books, I recommend that they visit their local library," states Clark. Read More »

Interview with Hilary Williamson of BookLoons

"We do write negative reviews when called for, but try to always end on a positive note," says Williamson. Read More »

Interview with Linda Mae Baldwin of Road to Romance

"There is always something good about a book," says Baldwin. Read More »

Interview with Rachel Riebeling Durfor of Rebecca’s Reads

"To most authors, their book is like their baby, and you never tell a mother her newborn baby is kind of, well, unattractive." Read More »