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

An Interview with Julie Elise Landry: Author of Bless the Skies

Julie Elise LandryJulie Elise Landry grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, and became something resembling an adult in Monroe, Louisiana. She wrote her first book in the fourth grade, stealing heavily from The Hobbit and “Ella Enchanted,” but learned not to steal when her mother grinned knowingly at the draft.

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An Interview with Jim Grieco: Author of Ephaidria

Jim GriecoJim Grieco entered the world of entertainment back in the 1990’s. In and around Manhattan, he worked his way up the television production ladder, becoming an Emmy award-winning Director of Photography. His dedication to artistic expression has inspired his outstanding achievements in camera work, music and writing…including his award-winning screenplay “Five Thousand Years” and his critically acclaimed sci-fi/fantasy novel Ephaidria.

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An Interview with Jerry Collins: Author of Intrinsic

Jerry CollinsJerry Collins is the author of Intrinsic:

In a world where nothing is as it seems comes a woman with the power to possess the souls and wills of men, to do with as she pleases. Jatara thirsts for world domination, moved by an unrelenting drive to capture and control the minds of her subjects.

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An Interview with Dele Babalola, MD: Author of the Biography of Tai Solarin

Dele Babalola, MDI was born in Nigeria , educated in Nigeria to university level. In primary school , I discovered reading and became the school librarian. In secondary school, I met Dr. Tai Solarin, who transformed my thinking with “You Can Become Whatever You Choose to Be ” and provided me the enabling environment of the school to do just that.

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An Interview with Tameka Mullins: Author of 12 Hours of Daylight

Tameka Mullins Tameka Mullins is a Detroit, Michigan native, poet, blogger and digital marketer who loves pop culture and traveling to exotic locations. Her writing has been highlighted on NPR and in countless women’s periodicals and e-publications. She’s worked at The Girl Scouts of the USA, WCBS Radio and Newsweek.

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An Interview with Rush Leaming: Author of Don’t Go, Ramanya

Rush Leaming AuthorRush Leaming lives in the Southeastern United States. He has done many things and lived in many places.

At various times in his life he has been a/an: car wash attendant, bartender, dishwasher, Adjunct Professor, lab rat decapitator, shoe salesman, fish pond builder (in the Congo), film actor (a very poor one), music video director, refugee camp volunteer (in Kenya/Sudan), film production manager, ESL teacher, star of a country music video, newspaper delivery person, Chinese wok assembler, night time hotel desk clerk, cement mixer, ballet manager, waiter, internet teacher, screenwriter, short film director, Cuban cigar mule, auctioneer, pre-med student, traffic pattern analyzer, photographer, landscaper, homeless, Academic Director, shepherd, lifeguard, audio-visual coordinator, recruiter for a prestigious government agency, and single dad.

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