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Interview with Turtle: The American Contrition of Franz Ferdinand author Mik Everett

Mik Everett, author of Turtle: The American Contrition of Franz Ferdinand, talks about her approach to writing and her plans for the future. Why do you write? Is it something you’ve always done, or always wanted to do? Or is it something that you started fairly recently? I’ve been a writer since I was a … Continue reading

Interview with Maximizing Happiness author Marshall L. Shearer

Dr. Marshall L. Shearer, whose books include Maximizing Happiness and Sex, Frankly, talks about his approach to writing and his plans for the future. Why do you write? Is it something you’ve always done, or always wanted to do? Or is it something that you started fairly recently? I have long written as part of … Continue reading

Interview with Dear Lilly author Peter Greyson

Peter Greyson, whose book Dear Lilly has sold thousands of copies, talks about his reasons for writing the book and his plans for the future. Imagine you’ve been put in charge of one of the big publishing companies. You have total control. What’s the first thing you’d change on your first day? Well, I self-published … Continue reading

Interview with Completely Whole author Paulette Harper

Paulette Harper, author of books such as Completely Whole, talks about her approach to writing and her plans for the future. Why do you write? Is it something you’ve always done, or always wanted to do? Or is it something that you started fairly recently? I started my writing career in 2007 with a desire … Continue reading

Interview with Fifty Shames of Earl Grey author Andrew Shaffer

Andrew Shaffer recently hit the headlines when his erotic parody Fifty-One Shades was picked up by Da Capo Press; the book will be published later this year with the new title Fifty Shames of Earl Grey. His other books include Great Philosophers Who Failed at Love as well as contributions to The Hunger Games and … Continue reading

Interview with The Man Who Caught Crippen author & F1 journalist Joe Saward

Joe Saward is an F1 journalist and author. His books include The Man Who Caught Crippen, about the man who helped capture one of Britain’s most notorious killers, and The Grand Prix Saboteurs. He hasn’t missed an F1 race since 1988, and he took time between this year’s Malaysian and Chinese Grands Prix to talk … Continue reading

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