Monthly Archive: September 2014

Sep 29

A Return Flight With Author Mike Trahan

Mike Trahan could be described as a “living legend.” In a world where everyone is a legend, we have to take that title with a grain of salt. Let me explain how Mike actually fits that title. Mike Trahan followed his dream to become a pilot. He had true grit and fought all the obstacles …

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Sep 25

QuickFIRE with Western Author Rick Jantz

The Rules of Gunfighting 1. Bring a gun, preferably two. 2. Anybody worth one bullet is worth two. 3. Only hits count. 4. If your shooting stance is good you’re probably not moving fast enough or using cover correctly. 5. Keep shooting until the threat is eliminated. 6. If you can choose what to bring, …

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Sep 24

16 Questions. 16 Answers. Don Massenzio on Breaking The Writers Code

Pull up a chair and meet hard-boiled fiction writer Don Massenzio. Don writes hard-line, wisecracking fiction with a large dose of class. Read the interview and don’t you dare miss the books… The Don Massenzio collection is available here.   1. Quickly, give us the title and genre of your book and a short tagline: …

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Sep 18

Conspiracy Theories and Writing Go Together: An Interview with Rachael L. McIntosh

This interview is the first of a three part blog tour with Rachael L. McIntosh. Her new book, “Security Through Absurdity,” is currently available on Amazon, and there’s no book more worthy of your Kindle. Read this interview and then try out the book… You will be not be able to put it down. Rachael, …

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Sep 17

WORK SPACE BLOG HOP

I was nominated by my client and frend G. Michael Vasey to take part in a work space blog hop. We both live in the Czech Republic at the moment. He lives in Brno and I live in Prague. We both work from home offices and you can see his work space hop here. I …

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Sep 15

Touring Across America: Author G. Michael Vasey Spills The Beans

 G. Michael Vasey is one of those unique writers you come across on a hot summer day. I have marvelled at this interview, and I’ve wondered what I can really say about it. I like this writer—a lot—and I can’t wait for you to like him, too! His book The Last Observer is a bit of …

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Sep 11

Blue Canadian Rockies: Rick Jantz Brings the Western Back

The name is Rick Jantz, and he’s a new writer on the block. He writes Westerns and his first book, “Colson’s Law,” is the stuff that movies are made from. This first interview with Rick should tell you that he is eloquent, interesting and devoted to his craft. When Rick asked me to interview him, …

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