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Author Q&A with Sara Blædel

Sara Blædel (web­site | Face­book | @sarablaedel) , the Danish author had her second book translated into English. Ms. Blædel, a fine writer has agreed to answer a few pesky question. Q. How did you come up with the character of  Inspector Louise Rick? A. She simply appeared one day. I had been a publisher […]

Author Q&A with Carolina De Robertis

I “discovered” Carolina De Robertis  (website | Facebook | Twitter) in the local library. This was just after I started this blog and getting back to reading more than a few books a year. Since I traveled in South America I have a soft spot for books dealing with the area (actually I love to […]

Author Q&A with E.J. Runyon

Q. Is it true you left a career in Software to go back to University for a BA then a MFA? A. Not only that I also sold my 4-bedroom house to finance that life-change. It was a move I needed to make. My goal was to be happy for the rest of my life. […]

Author Q&A with Kathy Hep­in­stall

Kathy Hep­in­stall’s Blue Asylum (my thoughts) was a quick read on two very interesting subjects – The American Civil War and the definition of insane. i was glad to get the chance to ask Ms. Hep­in­stall a few quick questions. Q. There is a famous story (which I cannot recall where I heard) about a psychiatrist […]

Q&A with Nadja Baer (Adapter) and David Cohen (Chief Strategist of Round Table Companies)

I posted about a graphic adaptation of the U.S. Constitution a few days ago. When I got a chance to send some questions to Nadja Baer, the adapter, I jumped on it, as an added bonus Mr. Cohen chimed in as well to make it a very interesting and unique post. Q. What was the […]

Author Q&A with Sebastian Gibson

Sebastian Gibson (web­site | Twit­ter | Face­book), author of Nitt Witt Hill (my thoughts), has a diverse career, from actor, entertainer to lawyer. His book is a biting commentary which, sadly enough, brings out the hypocritical truths of politics. Q. What made you write a fictional satire about US politics? A.  I can’t imagine not […]

Author Q&A with Michael O’Hanlon

Michael O’Hanlon, author of The Wounded Giant (my thoughts), is a senior fellow in Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution, where he specializes in U.S. defense strategy, the use of military force, homeland security and American foreign policy. He is a visiting lecturer at Princeton University and adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University, and a […]

Author Q&A with Douglas R. Skopp

Former Distinguished University Teaching Professor of History and current author Douglas R. Skopp (web­site | Face­book | Twit­ter) wrote the wonderful historical fiction book Shadows Walking (my thoughts). As usual, I had many questions especially considering the subject of the book and my interest in that time period. Mr. Skopp was kind enough to answer fully […]

Author Q&A with Leon H. Gildin

Leon H. Gildin (web­site) wrote The Polski Affair (my thoughts) and its sequel The Family Affair (my thoughts). Both books were very interesting about events which happened during World War II of which I knew nothing about. Books by Leon H. Gildin Q. How did you go about doing research for your books? A. The […]

Author Q&A with Yona Zeldis McDonough

Author Yona Zeldis McDonough  (web­site) wrote The Cats in the Doll Shop (my thoughts) which not only did I like, but my daughter (who is turning 7 today) liked as well. My daughter had some questions for Ms. McDonough and here is the best Author Q&A ever – that of a proud father. Q.Why did you […]

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