Monthly Archive: February 2013

Feb 27

Irving Confidentially – An Inside Look at Courier

Terry Irving took the time to speak to me yet again. (Click for the first and second installments.) This was to be our third interview. Terry, calm as usual, took this in his stride. Years of being under pressure in the busy television studios of the USA has taught him patience. In a mellow mood, …

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Feb 26

Life Experiences on Paper: Author Robert Nicholas Talks to Nick Wale

Robert Nicholas is a pioneer. He is always one step ahead of the world. He was one of the first on the computer scene and designed early games back when the industry was young. He has led an interesting life working for the Peace Corps in the Philippines. I was drawn to him when we …

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Feb 25

George Vega: Trading Cards, CBS News, Publishing and a Moment with Nick Wale

“How crazy is it that CBS News does a story on my instructor and interviews me? Crazy cosmic stuff!” George Vega exclaimed, as we sat down for our third interview. I had seen the news interview myself and I knew it had been a huge milestone in a career already littered with the golden stones …

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Feb 22

“The Dark Communion” Has Arrived! Nick Wale Chats to Author Joey Ruff

Joey Ruff is new to the world of publishing, but an old hand at the world of writing. I recently met Joey and wanted to know more about his work. He explained that he had written a book called Synder which was the first book in a planned series of ten. The book had sold moderately …

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Feb 22

Harvard University Success Story Darrell Bennett Speaks

Mr. Darrell Bennett is one of my favourite people in the world of books. He is cool, educated, a guy who really tries to help those coming up behind him in education. Darrell runs a publishing company, he’s a lawyer, lecturer, a youth worker and a role model for many kids growing up in the …

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Feb 21

“I’m going to help the kids…” says Happiness Guru Patrick McMillan

Law of Attraction guru Patrick McMillan sat across from me. I was on a new assignment– I was going to interview a pioneer. Patrick McMillan comes from a broken home. He had an overbearing father and an alcoholic mother. Through his life, he has worked in Hollywood, brushed shoulders with the rich and famous of …

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Feb 20

‘So, We’re Living Here in Allentown…’ Nick Wale Interviews Author Michael Phoenix

Michael Phoenix is unemployed in Allentown, PA. Allentown has a reputation for being one of those cities caught in a web of unemployment– a victim of the demise of Bethlehem Steel. I asked Michael about the city of his choice and he doesn’t seem to be too worried. Allentown is going through a re-birth, a …

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Feb 18

Nick Wale Interviews Author Stuart A. Barton About His ‘Hunger’ to Create…

Stuart A. Barton is a writer and, like all writers, he has a story to tell. Life didn’t start for him until 36. By his own admittance, he spent much of his life up until that point “wandering around life aimless and drunk.” Then it happened– as it happens to all of us. He found …

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Feb 16

So You Want to Be an Illustrator? Nick Wale Grills George Vega

Publisher George Vega sat with me for the second part of his interview series. See Part I here. I had some questions already lined up, but we didn’t use those. George was too excited about Vegamation’s new release called Introducing…Vol 4. George explained that Vol 4 is a super project that took the creative talents …

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Feb 15

Poetry is the Music of the Mind- Nick Wale Interviews Published Poet Marianne Zirkle…

Poets are special people. I have found that they are some of the oldest spirits and have a wonderful view of the world. A few months ago, I interviewed a fantastic photographer called Ray Zirkle. See that interview here. Ray and I had a great time and recently he contacted me to interview his wife, …

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