Interviews

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

Interview with bilingual author Karl Beckstrand

K BeckstrandKarl Beckstrand is a nine-time published author with 17 titles online (reviews by The Horn Book blog, School Library Journal, Midwest Book Review and ForeWord Reviews). Raised in San Jose, California, USA, he received a B.A. in journalism from BYU and an M.A.

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Interview with Author Bryan Healey

Bryan Healey attended Northeastern University, studying Computer Science before entering the workforce as a software engineer. He is currently pursuing an additional degree in English. He lives in Rhode Island with his wife. He has published 9 books in total; the latest is Devotion, part of a trilogy.

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Interview with Chris M. Finkelstein

Chris M. FinkelsteinChris M. Finkelstein was born in the woods and raised by Christian wolves that had become secular Jews by two thousand years of refinement, the first half quite dark.

How did you come to self-publish? Did you try to get published traditionally?

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Interview With Adam Santo

adamsantoAdam Santo is the author of the novel “Temperature: Dead and Rising”, a zombie novel.

How did you come to self-publish? My wife wanted me to publish some of my work. I thought “What the heck” and went to writing full time.…

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Interview with Megan van Eyck, author of ‘Memoirs of a Widowed Mistress’

Screen shot 2014-01-11 at 4.21.00 PMAn interview with Megan van Eyck, author of the self-published memoir, Memoirs of a Widowed Mistress.

How did you come to self-publish? Did you try to get published traditionally?

As I was writing Memoirs of a Widowed Mistress, I was uncertain as to whether I wanted to pursue the traditional publishing route or opt to self-publish.…

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10 Questions With Author Lance Manion

 Lance Manion, a self-published writer from Philadelphia,  is the author of five books. The Trembling Fist, his fifth collection of short stories is out now.

1. What is your favorite word?
Fornication. I like the word because it means sex but I can’t hear it without also thinking fortification.…

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