Monthly Archive: February 2014

Feb 28

Making Susannah Run! Author Susannah Cord on the Record

Good children’s authors are a rare commodity. Susannah Cord is one of those rare children’s authors. Her book “Fenella: A Fable of a Fairy Afraid To Fly” is a really special book. “Fenella”  is a beautiful young fairy with a wonderful family and a perfect life – except for one thing. Unlike the other fairies …

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Feb 26

An Interview With “The Cruising Serial Killer” Author Don Michael Fess

Here we have it! An interview with a man many of you have already heard of. For those wondering who wrote “The Cruising Serial Killer” I am here to tell you that his name is Michael Don Fess. I caught him for an interview and you will enjoy it. Indulge, enjoy and learn from a …

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Feb 17

Tim Flanagan Fights Martians and Writes Books

It’s not often I get to interview someone like Tim Flanagan. Tim is NOT just another author. He’s THE science-fiction author of today. I want you to read what he has to say–and then disagree with that statement. He’s a fantastic writer, a well-read reader and most importantly one of those bestselling authors. Enjoy!   …

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Feb 06

The Salesman and His Song

Cliff Roberts was the number one champion salesman in America during the 90’s. In this new book he explains how sales occur and how those relationships make deals go smoothly. If you want to know how to sell… This is the book for you. How would you describe “Is There Something I Should Know” in …

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Feb 02

Andrea Raine Speaks Seriously About “Turnstiles”

A Conversation With ANDREA MCKENZIE RAINE   Author of TURNSTILES CANADA   Martin Sourdough is a homeless person who has chosen to turn his back on the corporate, material world; Willis Hancocks, Jr. is a barrister, an alcoholic philanderer, and a misogynist; and Evelyn (aka Yvonne) is a prostitute. Turnstiles speaks to these social problems …

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