Category: Author interviews

A conversation with Heather Brittain Bergstrom

The author of Steal the North talks about the different challenges/benefits two writing short stories vs novels, her settings, the intersection of the personal and fiction, the meaning of her title, spirituality, her themes, her characters, her work-in-progress, and lots more.

Interview with Tim Smith

The author of Warning Shot talks about his novel, how he became a writer, his style, his themes, his challenges, his writing process, his characters, his mentors, his new project, and lots more.

Interview with Roland Hughes

The author of John Smith talks about his new book, his upcoming work, how he began writing, his inspiration, on being a writer, advice for other writers, and lots more.

A conversation with Rosie Sultan

The author of Helen in Love talks about her new book, about her interest in Helen Keller, about the most exciting and shocking information she found during her research, about the relationship between biography and historical fiction, and more.

Interview with Christina Lynch and Meg Howrey (Magnus Flyte)

” align = “left”> The authors of City of Lost Dreams talk about their newest book, their unlikely collaboration, about pen names, Vienna, the research they did, their characters, the science in their books, their readers, their writing process, the legend of Magnus Flyte, and lots more.

An interview with Beau Riffenburgh

The author of Pinkerton’s Great Detective: The Amazing Life and Times of James McParland talks about the subject of his new book, about the research required for the book, about one of McParland’s most interesting cases, his extensive research, some of the surprises he found along the way, the inspiration for his biography, and lots more.

Interview with Eric Nierstedt

The author of The Lightrider Journals talks about his work, his route to becoming a writer, his title, his themes, his current projects, and lots more.

Interview with Carole McDonnell

The author of The Constant Tower talks about her new book, procrastination, political writing, where her ideas come from, her themes, on sales, and lots more.

Interview with Scott Erickson

The author of The Diary of Amy, the 14-Year-Old Girl Who Saved the Earth talks about his book and why he wrote it, about his audience, the state of the world, why he writes satire, his models, why he loves Dr Strangelove, why he chose to use a diary format, and lots more.