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Interview with T.J. MacLeslie, Author of ‘Designed for Relationship’

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"We were purposefully designed to relate -- to relate to God, to each other, and the universe." Read More »

Willie Nile – The Best Musician You’ve Never Heard Of – Yet

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"Music is to be shared just as life is to be shared and I've had the opportunity to do both with a great many people". Read More »

Spotlight with Debut Author L.R.W. Lee of the Andy Smithson Series

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Since the age of eight, L.R.W. Lee knew she wanted to write a book. Fortunately or unfortunately, she felt she needed something significant to say first. She sought to contribute to others in a way that could change their lives. “My older brother and I were encouraged to use our imaginations to entertain ourselves. And use them we did – ... Read More »

Interview: Sherry Kyle, Author of The Heart Stone


Everyone wants to leave behind a special footprint of their lives; find out what this author hopes to leave behind. Read More »

Interview: Ann Gimpel, Author of Magic’s Daughter


"My characters have just been so much happier since I started giving them HEAs with the man (or woman) of their dreams." Read More »

Interview: Emma Clay, Author of Revived by Grace


Follow along a journey to find "the only thing worth living for". Read More »

Interview: Joseph Spencer, Author of Grim

Meet the man behind the paranormal crime thriller, Grim! Read More »

Interview: Dilruba Z. Ara, Author of A List Of Offences

"I would like to leave the world as a place where everyone is allowed to lead a life of their own choice." Read More »

Interview: Mark All, Author of The Spellcaster’s Grimoire

"I aim to to move the story forward at a fast clip, drag the reader to the edge of her seat, and then push her off." Read More »

Interview: Augusten Burroughs, Author of This Is How

"I wanted to change people's lives, to give them the tools to allow them to experience really profound changes." Read More »