Characters Welcome: Michael Sykora

Characters Welcome is almost afraid to present our guest this week…Michael Sykora is, after all, an assassin and.well…I suppose it’s safest for me if I just step aside and let him do the talking. 🙂   My name is Michael Sykora and I’m a hired killer. Hell of an introduction, right? You’re probably picturing me […]

Characters Welcome: Stagger

Characters Welcome is proud to bring you Stagger, a fantasy hero from James Maxey’s latest adventure series. Stagger himself will be telling you the story of how he first met the woman he falls madly in love with. And really, who can resist a woman capable of tearing a man’s arm off? Trouble has a […]

Characters Welcome: Quinn Hollister

Characters Welcome is a new blog series in which authors have a chance to introduce their characters and tell readers how they “met.” I’m honored to have kindle bestselling mystery author Aaron Lazar join me for the first post in this series. Please welcome him, and particularly welcome his character, Quinn Hollister! How I Met […]

Interview with Author Shah Wharton

Today, I’m joined by Shah Wharton, author of a new adult fantasy novel, Finding Esta… Shah, the “new adult” label is a relatively recent book category. How would you define the term? And what made you decide to write new adult, as opposed to young adult or adult? Actually, Heather from Buried in Books told […]

Interview With Publisher Lida Quillen of Twilight Times

Since next week is “Read an Ebook Week,” I decided to sit down and talk to a woman who has been in the ebook publishing business from the start. Ebook publication wasn’t on my radar when I submitted Touch of Fate to Twilight Times in 2005. I wanted to see my book in print, and […]

Interview: Luc Reid, Author of Family Skulls

I recently had the chance to interview Luc Reid, author of Family Skulls, which I recently reviewed here. I’ve “known” Luc Reid since shortly after the boot camp I attended with Orson Scott Card in 2003. Luc was an alumni from a previous year, and he organized the lot of us into a still-thriving community […]