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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

"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 »

Interview with Lea Schizas of Muse Book Reviews

"Unfortunately, I do believe that many ‘writer friends’ who are reviewers do help fellow writers," states Schizas. Read More »

Interview with Andrea Sisco of Armchair Interviews

"We'd like authors to remember: A review is one person's opinion," states Sisco. Read More »

Interview with Steven Baldwin, Co-Author of From Crayons to Condoms: The Ugly Truth About America’s Public Schools

"Public schools have a monopoly," states Baldwin. Read More »

Interview with Children’s Book Author Safari Sue Thurman

Maybe We Are Flamingos was inspired by working at the Phoenix Zoo, where I produced programs for children and their families." Read More »