Today I’m interviewing Kelly Mathews, a nonfiction writer with The History Press. Kelly is the manager of Community Recreation, a summer camp and outdoor education center at Seneca College, King Campus, home of Eaton Hall. Her writings have been published by New York Media Works, Readers’ Digest Canada via: Best Health Magazine and Our… Read More Writing Historical Nonfiction with Kelly Mathews
I’m pleased to welcome Kameron Hurley to the interview portion of the blog. Kameron is the author of the novels God’s War, Infidel, and Rapture–a science/fantasy noir series which earned her the Sydney J. Bounds Award for Best Newcomer and the Kitschy Award for Best Debut Novel.
I’m welcoming back Rosanna Leo, a multi-published author from Toronto, Canada.
Our interview today is with Kieran Fanning. Kieran is a teacher in Co. Meath, Ireland. He has an MA in Children’s Literature and wrote 4 puzzle/adventure books for children.
Today, we’re speaking with Joanna Biscoe, an author from the UK. Joanna won a Betty Trask Award and was runner up for both the Encore Award and the Prince Maurice Prize
I invited back Janci Patterson, a hybrid author based out of Utah, to discuss writing in the Young Adult market. Most of what she’s published has been for that demographic, and she is well-qualified to speak on the subject.
Today, we’re talking to none other than Ryan Opray, contestant from Survivor: Pearl Islands – Season 7.
Today, we’ll be speaking with award-winning author Mark Lawrence, best known for his Broken Empire trilogy. He speaks to us from across the pond in the UK.
Today, I’m interviewing Rosanna Leo, a multi-published author from Toronto, Canada. She has a background in recruiting and classical singing, but most importantly for the topic at hand, she is an experienced writer. Her publishers are Samhain Publishing and Liquid Silver Books.
Today, we’re going to talk with Janci Patterson, a hybrid author based out of Utah.