An Interview with Harsha Sheelam

An Interview with Harsha Sheelam

Harsha Sheelam contacted me a couple of weeks ago after seeing my interview with poet Allyson Whipple. Since she, too, is a children’s author, like I am, I was very happy to be introduced to her work!   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration,...
An Interview with Jack McDonald Burnett

An Interview with Jack McDonald Burnett

Jack and I have moved in the same circles for quite some time, but we didn’t really sit down and talk until recently. I hope you enjoy our chat as much as I did!   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration, but did make you think, “Maybe I...
An Interview with Allyson Whipple

An Interview with Allyson Whipple

I’ve always loved chatting with poet Allyson Whipple, and our chat this week was no exception! Adriel: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration, but did make you think, “Maybe I could be an author”? Allyson: There was never a maybe for...

Ben (sic) Brainwashed

The human brain is quite interesting. It can be incredibly resolute and heal itself from severe injury. Just as my friend Chuck, who is making strides the doctors never expected in his recovery. On the other hand, I realized this week that I’ve been brainwashed...

Life on Purple

This post is not about writing, editing, publishing, or book marketing. This is just me, a consumer, letting people know about my awesome new bed. *** 2017: My husband and I began researching mattresses, specifically the bed in a box types. Over and over, Purple rose...
Sell Your Soul

Sell Your Soul

You may have noticed that while I was in Tanzania for the last month, I posted either not at all, or very little. I had some things like author interviews and reviews set up ahead of time, but left off other things like the bookstore completely. Well, now I’m...
An Interview with K.B. Ladnier

An Interview with K.B. Ladnier

K.B. Ladnier and I had a good laugh a couple of weeks ago. Enjoy!   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration, but did make you think, “Maybe I could be an author”? KBL: Mary E Twomey. That woman makes me laugh like crazy with her books!...
An Interview with L.E. Doggett

An Interview with L.E. Doggett

Author of short stories of fantasy and sci-fi, L.E. Doggett and I got to chat a couple weeks ago. Enjoy!   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration, but did make you think, “Maybe I could be an author”? LED: Hmm, that would go way back....
Frostbitten by Destiny Hawkins

Frostbitten by Destiny Hawkins

Destiny Hawkins’ Frostbitten is the first in the Ice Rose Series. It is the origin story of a vampire named Faith, and how she adjusts to her new world, under the eye of her supernatural vampire maker Alexa. Since Alexa is unique, even among vampires, there are...
An Interview with Gina Drayer

An Interview with Gina Drayer

When you’re an author that loves me, sometimes you put up with me asking you to fill out questionnaires. Gina Drayer loves me.   AW: Which author wasn’t your greatest inspiration, but did make you think, “Maybe I could be an author”?...

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