Interview with Payne Hawthorne Links to her works: Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Payne-Hawthorne/e/B00E4POU3A/ Websites: http://www.paynehawthorne.com & http://www.houseofpaynepublishing.com Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/Adventuresinpayne Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/PayneHawthorneAuthor Facebook business page: https://www.facebook.com/houseofpaynepublishing Audible author page: http://www.audible.com/search/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_1_srAuth_s?searchAuthor=Payne+Hawthorne&qid=1426029021&sr=1-1 Twitter: Twitter.com/payneadventures Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/paynehawthorne/ Patreon.com: http://www.patreon.com/payneadventures Matthew Toffolo: What is the general theme and tone of your novels? Payne Hawthorne: My novels are all about… Continue reading Interview with Novelist Payne Hawthorne (Alpha Awakened, Dormant Desires)
Interview with Novelist Bev Stout (Secrets of the Realm)
It will transport you into a not-so-gentle world of tall ships and fine manor homes. The cast of characters will keep you entertained and on the edge of your seat. Secrets of the Realm is an adventurous tale of Annie Moore, a stubborn eighteenth century girl, who is blamed for her uncle’s death. This fifteen-year-old will make you laugh. She will make you cry. Sometimes, she will even make you angry, but you will never give up on Annie and her quest for a better life.
Chapter 1 Reading of THE MAGIC PILLOW: The Passage of Light by K J Kratz
Interview with Novelist Rebecca Nolen (The Dry, Deadly Thyme)
No. One if for adults and the other is a middle-grade. I plan to do more novels that will go with my two published novels. I’m working on a novel called Deadly Haste that takes place right before Deadly Thyme. It is a stand-alone, too.
Interview with Novelist Karl Wiggins (Goodnight and Thanks for the Vodka)
One of the unusual aspects of the Harpies is that each novel is standalone but runs for exactly one year from the 1st January to the 31st December. Harpie is infuriating, funny, determined. She’s as hard as the men I go drinking with and softer than my three year-old daughter. The first question I’m usually asked is: Is Harpie real? That’s a secret that I’ll take to my grave—but to me she is.
Interview with Novelist Russel Lazega (Managing Bubbie)
Managing Bubbie is Lazega’s first foray into creative nonfiction. When he is not writing, or chasing after a pair of fire-breathing, house-wrecking T. rexes impersonating small children, the author can be found kayaking the waterways of South Florida, venturing as far as the tide will take him from his loving, but indescribably overbearing, family.
Transcript Reading of CONTRARY WARRIORS: BLOOD LEGACY Chapter 1 by Sheryl Wright
Blood Legacy is the second volume in the Contrary Warriors series and kicks off one year after SOE agent Cleo Deseronto escapes torture at a CIA black site. Now on a simple mission to notify an American Senator of his daughter’s death, Cleo and her stalwart cousin Bo are drawn into the web of an old-time spymaster. It’s a conspiracy that threatens to alter the future of the civilized world, and trying to stop it might just make Cleo and Bo the most wanted women in America.
Watch Chapter 1 Transcript Reading of LIZARDIAN by MELISSA R MENDELSON. Performed by Amaka Umeh
This is a great festival that has provided me with critical and honest advice, which assisted me in honing my writing skills, and because of that, my first novel chapter has been revised. And it is now a winner of the Novel Festival.
Watch Transcript Reading of Chapter 1: In the Wake of War (The Ballard Chronicles Book 1) by Stephen L Nowland
In broad strokes, this book is a fantasy adventure about a young girl’s journey from a wartime survivor to a person of courage, willing to stand up for what she believes in.
Novel Transcript Reading: INTO THE SHADOWS, by Marie Jones. Performed by Amaka Umeh
‘Into The Shadows’ is a romantic suspense, woven with mystery and family drama. It is one woman’s journey to take a brave step to change herself and her situation, literally going into the very shadows of herself, and by doing so drawing others own shadows out as they are intricately pulled into her story.