Monthly Archive: July 2015

Jul 29

The New Savants: Surge of the Red Plague: An Interview with Author Tim Flanagan

At some point in Tim’s childhood, he was abducted by aliens and sent on a voyage of knowledge and discovery across the universe. Eventually the aliens realised how pointless this was and, as a failed student, he was returned to Earth and left with a family who brought him up as a human bean. But, …

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Jul 27

An Enticing Interview with Author John Walker

John Walker was born in Indiana but raised all over the country, serving in the Air Force for six years. He grew up mostly in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, calling it his home in 2006. His first book, “The Sincerest Form of Flattery” was released in 2012, with two more books in the …

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Jul 24

Creepy Friday: An Interview with G. Michael Vasey

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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Jul 22

Breaking Through The Creative Wall by Christoper C. Meeker

  As fiction writers, it is our job to entertain our readers through our words. There are times, however, when it becomes a struggle to come up with new ideas for that short story or novel you’re attempting to pen. Every writer suffers from a creativity deficiency at some point in their career. They hit …

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Jul 20

Author Rebecca McLendon Takes To The Skies and Hits Gold

This interview is with the very talented Becky McLendon, a lady for whom I have nothing but respect. Becky writes well, interviews excellently and I always find conversations with her to be stimulating. Become inspired! Her latest book “Settling In: At Home in My Sky” is currently the #1 new release in Aviation…. What inspired …

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Jul 17

The War, Watergate & Emmy-Winning Author Terry Irving

Setting COURIER in the Watergate era is an interesting choice, since so much of the news was focused on that. I moved to Washington, D.C. after I graduated from college in 1973 and—after bartending, loading steel rods, and helping drive a school bus to Alaska—got a job as a motorcycle courier for ABC News. So, …

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Jul 16

A Shootout Interview with Author Cliff Roberts

Cliff Roberts burst onto the writing scene in 2013 with a huge hit. That hit was called “Reprisal: The Eagle Rises” and was followed by a multitude of hits. His latest novel “Shootout” is currently one of the bestselling westerns in the United States. Enjoy!  When did you know you wanted to be a writer? …

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Jul 15

Digging Deep with Author Boyd Lemon

Boyd Lemon recently re-released his groundbreaking retirement book “Retirement: A Memoir and Guide” as a second edition. This new edition has been updated and should please many of the people who enjoyed the book the first time around. I wanted to feature a new interview with Mr. Lemon and this is the result… Enjoy! Why …

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Jul 14

FLYING SAUCER: An Aviation Story From Pilot & Author Steve Taylor

As we leveled at 33,000 feet, I noticed a bright light in front of the airplane. I discussed it with air traffic controllers, and we determined that it was a large weather balloon 50 miles away at an altitude of more than 10 miles. The sun had set about an hour earlier, so at our …

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Jul 14

Author Christoper C. Meeker Talks Harrison Ford, Hawthorne and Writing

Chris Meeker and I spend a lot of time talking about Sammy Davis Jr, life, writing and promotion. He’s calling himself Christopher for this interview—but look at that face! He’s a ‘Chris,’ and he’s a writer as well as an excellent book promoter. “Hawthorne” is his first release and I like it…. I like it …

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