Recent Interviews

We all know those authors who, at the mere mention of their name, makes anyone who has read them immediately start to squeal and gush.  Well, Sherry Thomas is one of those.  So, when given the opportunity to sit down and visit with her, I was honestly very nervous (fan-girl moment!)  But, she showed up with her glasses on, her hair in a high ponytail and a comfy-casual outfit, plopped down and

InD: You have such a great story, Karen! What brought you to the point where you started writing “seasoned” [age 40 and over] heroines and heroes?

I first met Tessa years ago when she was just an up-and-coming new star and I was working in traditional publishing.  I found her to be a little shy and soft-spoken but surprisingly witty, warm and fun to be around once we started gabbing.

Although all authors incorporate some of themselves in their stories, few pop out as feisty and fun as the characters they write like Gemma Halliday.  If you have read her books, you can rest assured that you know a little about what the author is like in true life!  And, even though her characters are varied, the overlying humor, problem-solving, go-to-it attitude they exhibit describes their

How does one describe a legend? Well, if it is F. Paul Wilson, it would be gracious, engaging and often humorous, with a dry wit that keeps you on your toes.  His story is inspiring. He is a family doctor who writes award-winning novels on the side, a professed science geek who finds interest and questions even in the most mundane (or far-fetched) places.

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