Recent Interviews

Writing for Thrills

BRETT BATTLES, WRITING FOR THRILLS: I’ve often wondered what type of personality people who spend their days writing about grisly murders and their aftermath have - those gifted ones who can make you perch on the edge of your seat, heart pumping while reading of the most terrible people and hoping they don’t really exist - at least not in your world.

RICK MILES, THE MAN THAT MAKES IT HAPPEN AT RED COAT PR: Before InD'tale set up the interview with Rick, we had never even thought about PR.Then in our interview with Ann Perry, [in the February issue] who is huge, she said, "At some point all authors are going to have a PR person.

Have you ever been in the company of a person whose mere presence exudes strength?  One who produces thoughts and ideas that seem to come from eons of life, exhibiting a depth of human understanding that few will ever know, whose well of wisdom runs so deep that all you have to do is sit with them to drink?

Bob Mayer has been a friend of InD’tale Magazine since it’s very inception.  He was one of the first big authors who agreed to be interviewed by this upstart magazine and has never ignored a chance to be encouraging since.  That’s why, when we had the opportunity to pester him about his unique and creative new idea in publishing, we jumped!  He and business partner, Jennifer Talty, have establi

 I first met Jennifer years ago as a fledgling editor and newly minted interviewer.  She, of course was already HUGE and I was very nervous!  She had her husband at her side and immediately set about making me feel at ease, all in her unassuming but warm way.  Since that fated day, whenever we have found ourselves at the same events, she has never missed a chance to quietly find me, say hi and