Blog Archives

Interview with Andrew Seiple

Our guest today, Andrew Seiple, has been a voracious reader, roleplayer, gamer, and library enthusiast for years, and is finally getting serious about writing (his words, not mine). 🙂 After a torrid, decades-long love affair with science fiction and fantasy,

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Author Interviews

Interview with Jacqui Murray

Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy and To Hunt a Sub, her debut fiction. She is the author/editor of over a hundred books on

Tagged with: , , , , , , ,
Posted in Author Interviews

There’s a New E-zine in Town–Interview with Madeline Stout

I met Madeline through Absolute Write, a site which I highly recommend for writers looking to polish their skills. Madeline posted a submission call for her new magazine there, Fantasia Divinity, and I submitted my short story, “Unicorn,” to her.

Tagged with: ,
Posted in Author Interviews

Interview with Mick Canning

I met Mick through his wonderful blog, located at https://mickcanning.co/, and I was delighted when he agreed to be a guest here today. Let’s start with you, Mick. Tell us about yourself. I’ve always been writing, and completed 2 novels a

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Author Interviews

Interview with Heena Rathore P.

Today’s guest, Heena Rathore P., is a 25-year-old crime & thriller author and an international book reviewer. She’s an introvert, a thinker, a neat freak, a voracious reader and a GSD-lover. Apart from writing and reading, she loves doing all

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Author Interviews

Interview with D. Wallace Peach

Today’s guest is the lovely Diana Peach, whose blog, Myths of the Mirror, I highly recommend. Welcome to the Beauty of Words, Diana. Thank you, Cathleen, for the opportunity to talk about writing on your blog. I can do that

Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , ,
Posted in Author Interviews

Interview with Christopher Fielden–Author and Contest Judge

I made Christopher’s online acquaintance in an unusual way. He was a contest judge at Thinkerbeat where I submitted a story. It was accepted, so that part’s a happy ending, but the real thing that made this experience unique was the

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Author Interviews