I am going to have to admit that I am such a SQUEE girl when it comes to this author. I discovered her 44 series from a friend (thanks Win) and now I am a major fan. When I found out that she would actually sit down and do an interview with me, I was so nervous. What if she thought I was getting too personal, what if she hated the questions, what if she would regret doing this, what if………..well you get the gist. I am happy to report that none of that was worth worrying over. Jools is an absolute delight, and we had an amazing conversation. Sit back, read, and relax, it was all good.
Jools Sinclair is the author of the 44 series, which has been downloaded by more than half a million readers. Like her main character, Sinclair lives in Bend, Oregon, where she is currently working on the next installment in the series. Continue reading
I am very happy that Jason agreed to subject himself to this interview. We grabbed our favorite beverages and discussed any and everything.
Jason Gurley is the bestselling author of Greatfall, among other novels and short stories. By day he’s a designer, and by night he writes and designs book covers. He lives with his family in Oregon, where he is currently writing a novel about a girl named Eleanor. He loves meeting readers, and often gives them free books via his newsletter: http://jasongurley.com/free-books/ Continue reading
I am either getting really good at guilting authors into doing an interview with me, or they just feel sorry for me! Anyway, up next is S. L. Baum. Over a cup of coffee (well, I had coffee, you will find out in the interview about Sharon’s beverage of choice) we discussed anything and everything. Continue reading
After my first interview, I was sure no other author would agree to do an interview, but after much begging and pleading, Donna decided to shut me up and just do it! Over a cup of coffee, we discussed anything that popped into my head (that was G-rated). Continue reading
In my continuing effort to suck as many friends as I can into “volunteering” for a role on one of my websites, we’ve got our first installment of what I hope will be a continuing series, with my friend Allirea sitting down over a cup of virtual java (possibly something stronger) and interrogating some of the indie authors she’s read and enjoyed. Here she takes aim at Imogen Rose, asking about her books with an emphasis on Rose’s most recent release, Uprising. Continue reading