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Free Fall Friday – July First Page Results

Originally posted on Writing and Illustrating:
Natalie Lakosil, Agent Natalie is an agent at the Bradford Literary Agency. An honors graduate of the University of San Diego, California, Natalie holds a B.A. in Literature/Writing. After nearly four years at the…

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The Intense Worlds of Author Aaron Smith

Aaron Smith is the author of over thirty published stories in various genres. His novels include the spy thriller NOBODY DIES FOR FREE and the vampire novels 100,000 MIDNIGHTS and ACROSS THE MIDNIGHT SEA. Aaron will debut his horror title … Continue reading

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Visit My Interview on Sandy Benitez’s Blog!

Read an interview of me on editor and publisher Sandy Benitez’s blog here! Thanks, Sandy!

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An Interview with Write Thinking Poet Kaylynté

Thinking is write, but you can’t write better than you think! ~KaylyntéWho is Poet Kaylynté? Kaylynté (pronounced Kay-Lynn-Tay) is an aspiring poet who is most known for her poems “Credulous Start”, “With the Wind”, and “Think Cycle”. She enjoys exploring the … Continue reading

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An Interview in the Shade with Penumbra Publishing’s Patricia Morrison

Patricia Morrison is not exactly older than dirt, but has been around for a while. Married more years than not, with a college degree in (Would you like fries with that?), she has moved around a lot, but is now … Continue reading

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Happy National Librarian Day – Interview with Children’s Librarian Deborah Smith

“As a child, my number one best friend was the librarian in my grade school. I actually believed all those books belonged to her.” ― Erma Bombeck To honor all the hard working, endlessly cheerful, and irreplaceable children’s librarians, I am thrilled … Continue reading

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A Little of That…

More from the 1982 interview of Maurice Sendak and Dr. Seuss by Glenn Edward Sadler. When asked if their characters lived with them all the time, Maurice Sendak said he’d probably go mad if they did and that he kept … Continue reading

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