Interview with Novelist Steven Spellman (My Name is Legion)

You should never judge a book by its cover. As well, you should never judge a writer by his bio. With that being said, Steven Spellman is writer for readers who enjoy simply told stories, stories of lust, of deception, stories of redemption, of love. Stories of horrors beneath the waning moon, of joys beneath… Continue reading Interview with Novelist Steven Spellman (My Name is Legion)

Interview with Novelists Jan Porter (Soul Skin)

Jan Porter finds the magic of the past and cosmos within every day unsung heroes and the human condition to share with you. She is a philosophical ponderer of human nature, quantum physics, spirit world, nature and of the cosmos, hence she does not hold to any one particular tradition as a one higher truth… Continue reading Interview with Novelists Jan Porter (Soul Skin)

Interview with Novelist Cynthia A. Morgan (Dark Fey Trilogy)

Cynthia A. Morgan is the creator of the mythical realm of Jyndari and author of the epic fantasy Dark Fey Trilogy, which draws readers into a mystical realm of primordial forests, magic and the lives of Light-loving and Darkness-revering Feykind.  Not to be confused with pixies or “Tinkerbell” type fairies, the feyfolk of Jyndari are… Continue reading Interview with Novelist Cynthia A. Morgan (Dark Fey Trilogy)

Interview with Novelist Lance Morcan (INTO THE AMERICAS)

The theme and tone of our novels varies as we write both in the thriller genre and historical genre. I say “our” novels because I write in collaboration with my son James. They all have action and adventure in common regardless of genre, and the tone is reflective of that.

Interview with Novelist Brigitta Moon (A Secret Moon, My Morning Run)

Brigitta Moon has been an avid reader of a variety of genres since high school. After high school she went on to a Baltimore community college where she studied nursing. She went on to continue her studies in nursing and business at The College of Notre Dame of Maryland where she obtained her BSN. Working many hours on the night shift presented many opportunities for delving into a drama, a thriller or a saga. The reasons she writes is to entertain and sweep readers off to a romance, drama or saga typed on the pages between the covers of a book when they need it most.

Interview with Novelist Jeremy Dyson (Rise of the Dead)

Jeremy Dyson is a fiction author, and Rise of the Dead is his first novel. The book has already been named one of the best new zombie books of 2016 by Ranking Squad. He is currently at work on a sequel to Rise of the Dead, a book of short stories, and a work of… Continue reading Interview with Novelist Jeremy Dyson (Rise of the Dead)

Interview with Novelist Rick Schroeder (Beyond the Redbud Tree)

Link to BUY Beyond The Redbud Tree – http://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Redbud-Tree-Rick-Schroeder-ebook/dp/B01CIBEFAO Matthew Toffolo: What is the general theme and tone of your novels? Rick Schroeder: “Under The Redbud Tree” is a story of sexual awakening and exploration. Two people are journeying in search of answers. Their coming together changes the direction of the journey for both of… Continue reading Interview with Novelist Rick Schroeder (Beyond the Redbud Tree)

Interview with Novelist Laura T. Emery (What Remains of the Fair Simonetta)

Laura T. Emery has lived most of her life in Los Angeles, California, but spent most of her time and energy the past few years perusing the streets of Florence through literature, art, and Google Maps. She made several research trips to Florence in order to become fully immersed in the history and culture, hoping… Continue reading Interview with Novelist Laura T. Emery (What Remains of the Fair Simonetta)