Archives

An Interview with AJ Sidransky

AJ Sidransky is joining my blog today to tell us about his newest novel, The Interpreter. We’re also getting insight into the third installment in his Forgiving series, Forgiving Stephen Redmond, set for release early next year. Q: Can you sum up the The Interpreter book series in 20 words or less? The Interpreter is […]

Read More

An Interview with Alexs Thompson

Carol Novis has worked for publications including Winnipeg Free Press, Cape Times and The Jerusalem Post. She has more recently started working in fiction, including a children’s book, entitled The Adventures of Mary Fairy. Today she joins me to talk about her cozy mystery series, Tension on a Pension. Q: Can you sum up the […]

Read More

September Short Story Feature: Becoming Italian…Or Trying To

Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the August Short Story Feature Contest. The featured entry is: Becoming Italian…Or Trying To By: Kyra Robinov A native New Yorker, Kyra is an author and lyricist. Her first novel Red Winter was inspired by the true story of her family and their escape from Red partisans […]

Read More

An Interview with Carol Novis

Carol Novis has worked for publications including Winnipeg Free Press, Cape Times and The Jerusalem Post. She has more recently started working in fiction, including a children’s book, entitled The Adventures of Mary Fairy. Today she joins me to talk about her cozy mystery series, Tension on a Pension. Q: Can you sum up the […]

Read More

An Interview with Andrea Simon

Andrea Simon is the author of three books. Check back tomorrow for my review of Floating in the Neversink. In our interview, we discuss all three of her works, currently available on Amazon. Q: Let’s start off with your most recent work. Can you sum up Floating in the Neversink in 20 words or less. […]

Read More

An Interview with Julie Gray

Julie Gray has written for several publications, including The Huffington Post, Moment Magazine, and The Times of Israel. Her most recent book, The True Adventures of Gidon Lev is currently available on Amazon. Q: Can you sum up The True Adventures of Gidon Lev in 20 words or less? After liberation from a Nazi concentration […]

Read More

An Interview with Ruth Rotkowitz

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. Her debut novel, Escaping the Whale is currently available on Amazon. Q: Can you sum up Escaping the Whale in 20 words or […]

Read More

An Interview with David Biespiel

David Biespiel is the author of twelve books. I am excited to have the opportunity to interview him regarding his twelfth, The Book of Exodus, ahead of its September release. The book is currently available for pre-order. Q: Can you sum up A Place of Exodus in 20 words or less? The book is a memoir […]

Read More

August Short Story Feature: The Cathedral Bell

Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the July Short Story Feature Contest. The featured entry is: The Cathedral Bell By: Violetta Toth About herself, Violetta says, “I consider myself a book enthusiast and budding author. i have written many short stories and other works throughout my life and career, but I have been […]

Read More

An Interview with Rayna Sue Harris

Rayna Sue Harris has had stories published in Jewish Heritage, Coastlines, and Tales Below the Frost Line. Today, Ms Harris is sharing more details about her debut novel, Bronx Heart, Jeruslam Soul. Q: Can you sum up Bronx Heart, Jerusalem Soul in 20 words or less? Tyra Miller, burdened by the demands of her family, […]

Read More