Interviews

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

An Interview with Author Nikki McCormack

Nikki McCormackNikki lives in the magnificent Pacific Northwest in the USA with her husband, two horses, two cats, and one slightly crazy dog. She feeds her imagination by sitting on the ocean in her kayak gazing out across the never-ending water or hanging from a rope in a cave, embraced by darkness and the sound of dripping water.

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An Interview with Detour Paris Author Jack Dancer

When you come to a detour, take it.
When you come to a detour, take it.

Jack Dancer is a Southerner born and bred living in Southern California with his beautiful wife Linda; Lucy Mae a designer dog of infinite breeding and dubious appearance and Cleo the aptly named cat.…

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An Interview With Author Cindy Irish

Cindy IrishCindy Irish is from Michigan. She used to write radio commercials. She still voices commercials, but now writes fiction, which she says, “is the same as making up stuff about businesses—except romance is sexier.”

Tell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?

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An Interview with Author Deloris Cook

Deloris CookDeloris Cook is a certified life coach, employment specialist, motivational speaker, actor, and author with over fifteen years of experience. Her mission is to help others identify and overcome the fears that have paralyzed them from succeeding in new ventures or jobs, especially when there is fear of the unknown and public criticism or humiliation.…

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Book Jumping with Bonnie Ballou

Bonnie BallouTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?

is a frequently humorous story about a young woman who experienced trauma in her childhood and is having trouble as she enters adult life, but who finds healing by diving into books — actually entering books.…

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An Interview With Author Helen Harper

Helen Harper
Helen Harper

Tell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?

Night Shade is the first book in the Dreamweaver trilogy. Essentially, it follows a young woman called Zoe who suffers from agoraphobia and is terrified from both going outside and having strangers visit her home.…

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Interview with Author Anya Valentino

AnyaValentino Interview portrætTell us something about your book. The basics: what’s it about?

You always read teen novels or watch movies where the shy underdog of a girl becomes popular and in the end “gets the guy” and then allegedly has everything and lives “happily ever after” – and the popular girl is often just the mean girl. …

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