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Angelica R. Jackson Author Interview

Angelica R. Jackson’s debut novel CROW’S REST was released in May of 2015 by Spencer Hill Press. In addition to being a cancer survivor and a keeper of cats at her...
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Venus Morales Author Interview

Venus Morales shares her success story of how she self-published her book THE HYBRID: “I originally did start down the traditional path, but it felt like I was searching for...
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Becky Albertalli Author Interview

Who is Becky Albertalli?  Besides being a clinical psychologist who has had the privilege of conducting therapy with dozens of smart, weird, irresistible teenagers, she has also served for seven...
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Janet Oakley Author Interview

When did you know you wanted to be a writer?  I started writing stories in second grade and wrote stories and poetry through middle school. A creative writing teacher my...
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Chris d’Lacey Author Interview

New York Times best seller, author of 35 books, ukulele player and one bear of a story… When did you know you were a writer? It was a gradual awakening for...
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Joan Marie Galat Author Interview

Award-winning Author, Joan Marie Galat got her first big break as a twelve-year old. No, seriously. She was hired to write a weekly column in a local newspaper. She’s since...
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Cat Winters Author Interview

Cat Winters (seriously awesome name) knew she wanted to be a writer the moment she put pencil to paper as a child. What she didn’t know at the time was...
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Alex Woolf Author Interview

AUTHOR OF MORE THAN 80 BOOKS! I started writing CHRONOSPHERE in about 2006, purely for my own amusement. By then I was an established writer of children’s non-fiction, but regarded my...
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Ranee S. Clark Author Interview

When did you know you were a writer? I have been writing “stories” for so long it’s hard to remember exactly when I started. I used to have these collections...
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Heidi Ashworth Author Interview

I knew I wanted to be a writer when I was seven years old.  I had just read Little Women by Louisa May Alcott and I fell for it, hard.  The desire to...
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