Monthly Archive: March 2013

Mar 31

A Writing Session With Mike Trahan

Writing has always been an integral part of Michael F. Trahan’s life. It is only recently, however, that he has taken it seriously. Since the release of the first part of his memoir The Gift he has become a regimented writer. I was thinking of a series of articles that could be written that portray …

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Mar 31

Ten Minutes With Author J.W. Northrup…

I caught busy J.W. Northrup for a few minutes to delve into his mind for this interview about his new book. It’s hard to pin a man like J.W down, but I managed to and we spent a good few minutes talking about his upcoming release The Gold Slaves. I am not really used to …

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Mar 29

Jacob Singer: How South Africa Influenced Me…

Sometimes, I meet authors who pop up with answers to questions I have always wondered about. South Africa is a country that fascinates me. Some call it racist, some call it life. I think it’s just another culture in this big world and one that has both good and bad parts. Jacob is a South …

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Mar 28

EXCLUSIVE #3 Lloyd Tackitt’s Palms Sweat as Release Date Draws Near!

 Lloyd Tackitt is a man you can’t just pin down. His many obligations mean that you grab interview time when you can. Luckily, this guy doesn’t give up and I managed to get Novel Ideas another exclusive interview with a writer who will soon release his brand new bestseller. What is it about Tackitt that …

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Mar 27

Covert The Not Known – Jerry Nedwick’s Widow Speaks…

After reading the harrowing truths of Covert The Not Known by Vietnam veteran Jerry Nedwick, I wondered many things. I wondered how his wife felt about the conflict that had caused both her and her husband so much pain? I know that Jerry said on record that his wife deserved the Congressional Medal of Honor. …

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Mar 26

EXCLUSIVE! J.W. Northrup To Release “The Gold Slaves”

Sometimes on my travels around writerland, I find people who are not bogged down in a mire of worry about sales. Sometimes, that is because I find people who are bestsellers. Sometimes I meet guys like J.W. who are starting out in the business and have great books and great publishers and it inspires me. …

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Mar 25

Dielle: A Writer To Notice

I would like to introduce a writer who has taken the longer route to publishing success. Dielle is her name and she has written a fascinating book called The Unknown Mother. The book has already been a success for her. What drew me to Dielle was something traditional– she found herself a publisher who signed …

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Mar 24

Nick Wale Grabs William Gabienu by the Horns

My third interview with William Gabienu was to be the big one. (Follow these links for Part I and Part II.) This is the one where I grill him until he makes admissions he never wanted to. The one where I really crack him open and show the world if he is a genuine writer …

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Mar 22

I’ve Been Everywhere, Man! Author Roselyn Kachuck Chats to Nick Wale

Roselyn Kachuck is one of those people who lives for herself. She writes for herself and she thinks for herself. As a child of the 1960s with flower power ingrained on her soul, she writes with freedom about subjects other writers wouldn’t touch. The Memory Lingers On is a rather interesting book in so many …

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Mar 21

Trahan’s Gift WOWS Readers…

  A few weeks ago, I reviewed a book by writer Mike Trahan. Mike is a Texan who never dreamed that he would be successful in the world of writing. He wrote more as a pastime. He liked to put pen to paper and scribble his thoughts down or write for magazines. Then he wrote …

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