Today I am happy to have another old friend and classmate joining me for an interview, Rachel Dawn! Her first publication, “Now What? A Story of Broken Dreams and the God Who Restores Them” launches this Friday November 4th on Amazon.com.
Today my interview is with author C. Warner-Thompson. Clemy was born in the UK in 1991 where she still lives, growing up alongside one younger and three older brothers.
Books and writing was an interest that she began to develop from the first years of secondary school, and on her thirteenth birthday, she began to plan and design the idea to write a fantasy novel. She finished secondary school with high GCSE’s and then went on into further education to study English and all aspects of art and design. After six years of writing, planning and overall editing of the book, it was successfully completed, containing over 82,000 words, and self published in the first week of 2011.
With high expectations in herself, she immediately began to write a second novel in the series, while keeping her art and design a part of the process. The achievement of completing the first novel ‘Purest Light,’ allowed the ideas of the second to flow much easier and it was completed by early 2012. As she was writing the third and final book, New Beginnings, at the same time, the series was finished by its publication in 2013.
Writing is now a part of her everyday and she has now started her newest project, The Mirage, which is book two of three.
Today my interview is with author Keri Beevis. Keri is an award winning author from Norfolk, England, who has been writing for over twenty years. In previous incarnations she has worked as a video rental store assistant, the world’s worst hairdresser and as a caricaturist, but the love and need to write has always been in her blood. Her debut novel, “Dead Letter Day”, an American set, twisty serial killer thriller came runner up in the Rethink Press New Novels Competition 2012.
Keri lives with her two pampered cats and is busy working on the sequel to “Dead Letter Day”. When not writing she can usually be found watching movies or frequenting the beer gardens of the Norfolk countryside.
Today my interview is with JL Bond and Val Richards. JL Bond and Val Richards are the authors of “Eleventh Elementum”, first book in The Primortus Chronicles.
J.L. Bond is an author, blogger, wife and mother of two daughters. Contrary to popular belief, she is not related to that other J. Bond, nor is she an international woman of intrigue. J.L. grew up in a military family and developed her love for travel early in life. She’s lived in five states, Germany and Hong Kong. She began blogging in 2005 while on a seven-month long “around the world” trip. She has visited twenty-one countries and counting.
Currently, she finds inspiration for her adventure stories from the tropical setting of her home in Florida.
Val Richards is an author, administrative assistant, mother, teacher without a classroom, and a space traveler wanna be. Because of her busy lifestyle, Val just cannot find the time to become an astronaut. Hence, she travels to other worlds through her imagination.
Val lived most of her life in the rolling hills of Tennessee but decided she needed majestic oceans to fuel her inspiration. She now resides in sunny Florida where creativity abounds.Read More
This weeks interview is with Tianna Holley, author of “Unexpected Metamorphosis”. Tianna Holley lives outside of Atlanta with her husband and children and has always been an avid reader of fantasy novels. She began writing poetry and short stories in her youth but did not pursue her passion for writing until later in life.
When she’s not typing on her laptop or running after her children, she can usually be found in her kitchen baking and teaching others how to cook with healthy and natural ingredients.