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An Interview with Ruth Rotkowitz, Author of The Whale Surfaces

Ruth Rotkowitz was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1949 to Jewish Holocaust survivors who fled Vienna, Austria when Hitler came to power. This legacy has informed her research and her writing.Ruth earned a B.A. and M.A. in English and has taught on both the college and high school levels, in New York and New […]

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An Interview with Author Nathan Timmel

Not as serious as Plato, but lighter than Socrates. Not as edgy as Clinton, but livelier than Nixon. Not as heavy as GWAR, but deeper than Culture Club.┬áNathan has been writing since he could hold a crayon. He has written 3 works of nonfiction; We Are 100 is his first work of fiction. He lives […]

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An Interview with Author Sean Valiente

Raised in Maine, Sean Valiente grew up loving all things geek. He now spends his days as a financial professional for a tech company, and his nights dreaming up fantasy worlds. Q: Can you sum up The Lightning Knight in 20 words or less? A magical adventure with a fun twist on the classic hero’s […]

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An Interview with Author Miriam Drori

Born and raised in London, Miriam Drori has spent most of her life in Jerusalem, where she married and raised three children. She has worked in computer programming and technical writing, and now spends her time writing fiction, reading, hiking, dancing and touring. No bio of Miriam is complete without mention of her passion to […]

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An Interview with Author PD Alleva

PD Alleva is an alternative fiction author. His novels cross genres, blending mystery, conspiracy, psychology, and action with horror and dystopian science fiction. Alternative fiction is PD’s attempt at describing what readers uncover in any one of his books, a new discovery towards mainstream storytelling. He’s been writing since childhood, creating and developing stories with […]

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An Interview with Author Troy Young

Troy has been many things in his career. Shoe salesman, waiter, newspaper owner, children’s performer, actor, elected official, policy advisor, CEO and university lecturer. Now he wants to try his hand at writing. His first attempt at writing is a novel called The (Extra)ordinary Life of Jimmie Mayfield. The genesis for The (Extra)ordinary Life of […]

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An Interview with Author Samantha Evans

Born in Northern California. Wife, mother to three amazing children, and author of fantasy and adventure. Brings adventure with a mix of fantasy to the pages. Advocate for people who have Russel Silver Syndrome, and epilepsy. Q: Can you sum up the Ella in 20 words or less? A prince adopts a dragon egg, and it leads […]

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An Interview with Author Michael Ross

Michael is a pantser. He writes by the seat of his pants. His claim to success is that he has the imaginative mind of a young boy. It was a visit to a clairvoyant that insisted he write! he did do and hasn’t looked back. Hi is also an actor and voice actor and has  won a […]

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An Interview with Author Matt Cox

Originally from South Amboy NJ, Matthew has been creating science fiction and fantasy worlds for most of his reasoning life. It took a while, but he eventually decided to take writing seriously. His first published novel, Division Zero, released in 2014. His books span adult, young-adult, and middle-grade fiction in multiple genres, predominantly science fiction, cyberpunk, […]

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An Interview with Author Sherwin Gluck

I am honored to have author Sherwin Gluck join me this week to provide further insight on his work on his father’s memoir. Glucks father escaped Czechoslovakia with three of his siblings in 1940, making their way to America. Q: Can you describe Private Good Luck in 20 words or less? The remarkable, true story of a […]

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