Interviews

Interviews with indie authors, publishers and book service providers in the self-publishing realm

An Interview with Ray Palla: Author of Krill America

Author Ray PallaTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?

This novel is an essay on human interaction when people are thrown together and forced to work toward a common goal, although they have little in common and would likely not (of their own volition) ever choose to be connected to each other.

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An Interview With Author Whalen Klift

Whalen KliftTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?
Untamed Silk is an erotic romance about a hard-charging marketing consultant who, though sexually adventurous, has a history of emotional trauma that makes her unable to commit to a serious relationship.…

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Writing Behind Bars Part II by Jamila T. Davis

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Jamila T Davis is serving more than a decade as an inmate in federal prison. Here, she describes how she started a self-help publishing imprint from behind bars to inspire and changes womens’ lives through writing, in the second of her two-part series on self-publishing from prison.

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An Interview with Author Evy Journey

Evy_2medTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?
Welcome, Reluctant Stranger! (WRS)  is Book 3 in my series, Between Two Worlds, which is a saga about a contemporary family living in the San Francisco Bay Area.…

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An Interview with Andrew Hernon: In the Shadow of St. Anthony

Andrew HernonTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?
It’s a coming of age horror story set, mostly, after hours in Manhattan’s SoHo during a heatwave in the summer of 1982. At 19, Tommy Santalesa is far too good looking and having too much of a good time to realize that’s all about to change…for the worse.…

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An Interview with Author Thomas Drago

Thomas DragoTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?
Queensboro is the follow-up novel to Crow Creek.  The story follows the search for a missing girl and ends with a biological experiment gone wrong.

How did you come to self-publish?

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Writing Behind Bars – by Author Jamila Davis

  What’s it like to be a writer in prison? Jamila T. Davis, called by the media “the woman who brought down Lehman” for her part in a multi-million dollar fraud, is a self-published author currently serving 12.5 years in the real “Orange is The New Black” facility, Danbury FCI. 

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An Interview with Author Dr. Afshan N. Hashmi

Dr. Afshan  Naheed HashmiTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?

My book is called The Modern Mughal Mentality-New Strategies to Succeed in India and the Global Marketplace.

The Modern Mughal Mentality  transforms hardships and difficulties into success stories by introducing the Jugaad Management Principle Business Model, which can be applied to any business, anywhere.…

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