Five Minute Profile

Leta McCurry

Leta McCurry

Now I can’t say I’ve had chocolate pie, but being a chocoholic I had to do a little research to find out what they were.  A quick Google soon revealed velvety, sweet, heavenly delights.   Apparently my indie author interviewee for today has one in her fridge.  She says it shouldn’t be there – I(…)

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V. M. Sawh

V. M. Sawh

In this post, I’m pleased to introduce you to V.M. Sawh.  Intrigued by his series title “Good Tales for Bad Dreams” and given I’m reading a bit of Mr King at the moment, I had to have a little read.  I must say the first page didn’t disappoint. “Beneath her ripped button shirt, all that(…)

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Peter G. Pollak

Peter G. Pollak

Today’s Five Minute Interview is with 5th time author Peter G. Pollak.  Peter has had a fascinating career as an educator and journalist.  He also has a PhD in history making for a very informed and well researched writer.  Peter’s expertise shines through his works of fiction evidenced by the reviews he receives. In the(…)

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Ian D. Moore

Ian D. Moore

Let me introduce you to Ian D. Moore, indie author of Salby Damned, a paranormal mystery entwining a small town’s fight against a shale gas fracking company and the undead.  A story inspired by the demands of his younger sister, “Write me a zombie story for a more grown up audience!”  I love it.  And(…)

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Sallyann Phillips

Sallyann Phillips

In this interview I’d like to introduce you to Sallyann Phillips.  Her new book, Angel’s Blood, is about a female werewolf who’s never run with a pack.  I started reading the preview on Amazon and got totally sucked in.  Sallyann is an avid animal lover and has a pet Husky/German Sheppard. [I wonder if her(…)

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Riley Amos Westbrook

Riley Amos Westbrook

The author profiled today is Riley Amos Westbrook.  A certified nursing assistant turned author, his books are influenced by some of the great fantasy writers.  You’ll notice his passion for such genre in the way he’s finished of the paragraph challenge below.  You’ll also finding his cure for writer’s block interesting (if you don’t live(…)

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Gary Alan Henson

Gary Alan Henson

Here’s another great little five minute profile on indie author Gary Alan Henson.  It seems Gary’s had the same frustrations as most of us trying the traditional publishing route.  [How empowering it is to self-publish.] Gary is a programmer and loves Scifi (sounds likes someone I know!! 🙂  Not to sound too arrogant, but programmers(…)

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Julie Nicholls

Julie Nicholls

Today’s five minute profile is with new author Julie Nicholls.  Originally from England, Julie now lives in Bulgaria, have retired there fore the quiet life – nine years ago.  Her book, that you will learn about shortly, had recently been published and she’s currently working on a sequel.  She enjoys eating pickles and playing games(…)

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Anakin Ravenskraft Snider

Anakin Ravenskraft Snider

Today’s five minute interview is with Anakin Ravenskraft Snider.  He’s the first poet I’ve included in my profile interviews and inspired by a personal favourite of mine – Edgar Allan Poe.  One thing that struck me from the interview was his advice for new writers, “don’t let money control your passion”.  How true is that(…)

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Raelee May Carpenter

Raelee May Carpenter

Today’s five minutes is with young indie author, Raelee May Carpenter.  She describes herself as an edgy christian novelist that presents inspirational contemporary fiction and essays.  As you will read she has indeed had a lot to ensure in her life thus far that gives her work insight and incredible depth.  Enjoy learning all about(…)

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