Category: Interviews
Interview with Michele Richard

Where are you from? I’m from Waltham, Ma. just outside Boston. As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up? I wanted to be a reporter or a lawyer What do you do to unwind and relax? To relax? I actually write to relax. It’s my stress reliever. Tell us a bit about your family. I’ve [...]

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An Interview with N.K. Smith

N. K. Smith has been writing in one fashion or the other since the early age of 10 years old. Her first short story, written in fifth grade, was a summer camp mystery. Now, N.K. is realizing her childhood dreams with her first novel Old Wounds. Having lived in several places throughout the northeastern United States, N.K. has now returned [...]

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An Interview with Jen Watts

The 2010 TWCS Original Fiction Contest winner for best young adult story, JD Watts, began tiptoeing into the world of creative writing by building on books, movies, and television shows, thinking of alternative endings for the beloved characters. As an adult, she indulged her creative whims, eventually getting involved in an online community of amateur writers who supported her stories. [...]

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You are costing the library an extra $30 by reading that book…

…At least you are if you are the 26th person to check out an e-book by certain publishers.. In a letter to its library customers, OverDrive CEO Steve Potash announced the changes to the terms, writing: “To provide you with the best options, we have been required to accept and accommodate new terms for eBook lending as established by certain [...]

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An Interview with Todd Keisling

Todd Keisling is a two-time recipient of the Oswald Research and Creativity Prize for fiction. Born in Kentucky, he now lives with his wife and son somewhere near Reading, Pennsylvania. Contrary to popular opinion, he is a cat person. Where are you from? I was born and raised in Corbin, Kentucky, but I outgrew the place, so now I call [...]

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An Interview with Gayle Lemmon
Gayle Lemmon - Author of The Dressmaker of Khair Khana

Gayle is the deputy director of the Council on Foreign Relations’ Women and Foreign Policy program.  Prior to joining the Council, Ms. Lemmon covered public policy and emerging markets for the global investment firm PIMCO, after working for nearly a decade as a journalist with the ABC News Political Unit and “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.” Gayle has reported on entrepreneurs [...]

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An Interview with Lindsey Gray
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Lindsey Gray was born with a fascination for the written word. By the time she was 12 years old, she had typed several short stories on her parents’ Apple IIE computer. Like many young writers, her early aspirations were eclipsed by every day life. The itch to write however has always lingered in the background and over the last few [...]

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An Interview with Fred Venturini

Fred Venturini grew up in Patoka, Illinois, where he survived being lit on fire by a bully, a neck-breaking car accident, and being chewed up by a pit bull. His fiction has appeared in places like River Styx, The Death Panel, Sick Things, Johnny America, and Necrotic Tissue, and he is a two-time Chuck Palahniuk anthology finalist. He lives in [...]

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An Interview with Michael Schneider

ABOUT BLIND FAITH: Blind Faith is a romantic suspense novel set in modern day east Texas. Small town life has taken an unexpected turn for the sheltered Karsyn McKenna. Caught in a web of deception and lies that has led to murder, she must choose between Chase Carter, a local rancher who is secretly in love with her and Gabriel [...]

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Interview with Kathryn Lively
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When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? It may sound cliche, but I think I have always known I wanted to write. I started writing short stories when I was about eight, and graduated into incompleted books by junior high. I was fortunate to have teachers who encouraged me to do more, and at nineteen I [...]

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An Interview with Sherri Hayes

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? I think it was after I finished my first story, and realized how much I enjoyed bringing characters to life. How long does it take you to write a book? It took me about a year to write my first book, Hidden Threat, and about the same to finish [...]

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