• Author Showcase,  Interview

    Author Spotlight: Debra-Ann Kummoung

    Name:  Debra-Ann Kummoung Recent Release: Falling for Elizabeth Bennet Occupation:  Full-time Executive Assistant/Part-time writer Age:  46 The Interview: What do you consider your greatest achievement?  Getting my book published What is your best physical feature?  Eyes What is your most treasured possession? My husband’s love What or who is the greatest love of your life?  My husband What is your favorite journey?   Reading – it’s never the same journey twice even if reading the same book over again. What is your most marked characteristic?  Being upbeat Define happiness and share your happiest memory. Happiness is a state of mind.  Happiest memory the day I married my husband and any day…

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    Author Spotlight: Nancy E. Miller

    Name: Nancy E. Miller Latest Release: Desperate Overtures Genre: Suspense, Romantic Suspense Email: nancyemiller57@gmail.com The Interview Has writing always been a passion of yours? Not really. Imagination wasn’t something my mother believed in. So I daydreamed my stories. She couldn’t control what went on inside my head. At what age did you begin to write seriously? About age 30. I had one of those rough patches in life and my therapist suggested writing things down. My first nonfiction, Daffodils, which is yet to be released, was written.  My first romantic suspense novel, Crystal Unicorns, came after that. What is your favorite genre to write and does that differ from the…

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    October Frights Blog Hop: Spotlight on Lee Forman

    Special spotlight on horror and sci-fi author Lee Forman…. Name: Lee Andrew Forman Latest Release: Zero Perspective (novella) Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi Email: leeformanauthor@gmail.com The Interview Has writing always been a passion of yours? Absolutely. I kept notebooks and journals as a kid, wrote free-form prose for friends in high school, and always wanted to write a book. I’d read novel after novel and dream of one day writing my own. Life always had a way of interrupting that goal, keeping it from being a priority. But I eventually got there. And once I did I never stopped. At what age did you begin to write seriously? It wasn’t until…