Tag Archive: Interviews

Dec 13

HOLIDAY PRODUCT INTERVIEW #4: ART PRINTS, PERSONALIZED GREETING CARDS AND A NEW TUBE COMPANY

Are you looking for something special this Christmas? Why don’t you check out some of the great products currently for sale by artist and author Judy Mastrangelo. You can check out her FANTASTIC new holiday product interview by clicking right here. Act quickly though… These products may sell out quickly… If you like what you see… …

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Nov 30

HOLIDAY PRODUCT INTERVIEW #2: CROSS STITCH PATTERNS, POSTCARDS, WALL MURALS & ORIGINAL PAINTINGS

Are you looking for something special this Christmas? Why don’t you check out some of the great products currently for sale by artist and author Judy Mastrangelo. You can check out her FANTASTIC new holiday product interview by clicking right here. Act quickly though… These products may sell out quickly… If you like what you …

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Oct 25

It Is Now… The New Groundbreaking Book From Author Rebecca McLendon

This interview is with one of the most interesting authors of 2016– Rebecca McLendon. Her new book “It Is Time” is an exciting look at the state of our world today. With fast-paced action, believable characters and a touch of the ‘divine’ it is highly advisable that you give this book a chance. You will …

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Sep 29

REBLOGGED The Wild Bunch cont: Casting Call Part 2

A Wilder Bunch?? Casting Call Part 2 / Dutch Engstrom / Ernest Borgnine The Wild Bunch 1973 Wikipedia says: “Among those considered to play Dutch Engstrom wereCharles Bronson, Jim Brown, Alex Cord, Robert Culp, Sammy Davis, Jr., Richard Jaeckel, Steve McQueen, and George Peppard. Ernest Borgnine was cast based on his performance in The Dirty Dozen (1967). Who would you …

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Sep 29

The Exciting Western Writing World of P.W. Burroughs

This interview is going to be interesting. Why? Because we are going to meet a guy who narrates books… and writes Westerns… How about that for a combination? It’s been done before– but nobody can deny that it takes a suitcase filled with talent to pull together than combination. This P.W. Burroughs… and you may …

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Jun 27

Rise of a Nation: How Author Seth Nation Went From Printer To Bestselling Western Author Overnight

One of the biggest Western names of today is Seth Nation. Seth is the talent behind “The Devil’s Brand.” For those of you who already know the book– you know it’s one of the fastest selling Westerns of the year for a reason. For those of you who haven’t discovered it– what’s wrong? Did you …

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Jun 21

Are You Ready To Sell Books? The Key To Making Your Book Successful

Many people ask me how authors make it. What causes author X to be a bestseller? Was it a special trick of the light? Was it luck? What causes success? I’ve explained many times that consistency is one of the most important ingredients to success. The ability to push your books with consistency is crucial …

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Jun 21

The Amazing Mr Breland: An Interview With Bestselling Western Author Jeff Breland

For Jeff Breland, it comes naturally. It’s a natural thing for him to sit down with a pad and pencil to write a story. A story that could take him many places, to many different times. For readers, it’s a natural thing to want to read a Breland story. An educated man might wonder at …

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Jun 16

A Man For All Audiobooks: An Interview With Audiobook Narrator Paul Provo

This new interview is with audiobook voice Paul Provo. Paul, who resides in Spain, has just completed working on the mammoth task of recording a train orientated audiobook for the Railroad Artifact Preservation Society in Amarillo. This brilliant new book will entertain all train enthusiasts from 1 to 101. But what about the voice behind …

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Jun 08

A Man On The Run: An Interview With Western Author Stephen Wilson

When it comes to Westerns, it really comes down to story. Most Western readers are careful buyers who really want to lose themselves in a story of the Old West. When I first met Stephen Wilson, author of the fantastic “Frank Palmer Stories” series, I was blown away. Why? Because he couldn’t stop telling me …

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