Author Interview: PD Alleva

Tell us something about your book. The Rose Vol 1 is the first installment in what will be at least an eight book dystopian science fiction series. The first installment begins immediately after the end of World War 3 and follows the protagonist Sandy Cox who is rescued from the safety camp by a mysteriousContinue reading “Author Interview: PD Alleva”

Author Interview: Zachary Pieper

Tell us something about your book. It’s my debut novel, and a reflection of myself. If you read my book, you will, to one degree or another, know me as a person. So if you like wily, chaotic good, hopeless romantics, you’re gonna love my protagonist. Who is the ideal reader for your book? LoversContinue reading “Author Interview: Zachary Pieper”

Author Interview: Leslie Swartz

Tell us something about your book. The Seventh Day Series is seven books of rowdy angels, vampires, witches, and Lucifer fighting monsters and preventing one Apocalypse after another. Really, though, it’s a story of found-family, complex relationships, trauma, and redemption. It’s character-driven, dark, funny, and chock-full of twists. Who is the ideal reader for yourContinue reading “Author Interview: Leslie Swartz”

Author Interview: Cully Mack

Tell us something about your book. A Voice That Thunders is the first book in the thrilling epic fantasy Voice that Thunder series. Siblings, Mirah and Gabe, along with a band of rebels are fighting against immortals conquering their realm. The world and mythology is influenced by Mesopotamian myths. Think epic battles with Immortals andContinue reading “Author Interview: Cully Mack”

Author Interview: Ryan D. Meier

Tell us something about your book.             It’s fun epic fantasy. I wrote Shadows of Creation to be a fast-paced adventure with a mix of mystery, flawed heroes, and an ultimate evil. Who is the ideal reader for your book?             Shadows is appropriate for both the adult and young adult, and I can comfortablyContinue reading “Author Interview: Ryan D. Meier”

Get inspired with Leonardo Da Vinci

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.” Leonardo Da Vinci was born on this day in 1452. Leonardo Da Vinci didn’t receive any formal education. He was first trained as a musician, a lyre player, and was home-schooled. He trained under the FlorentineContinue reading “Get inspired with Leonardo Da Vinci”

Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi

Burnt Sugar is one of those captivating great works that you just can’t put down even when you wish to do precisely that when it gets too intense. But that is what exceptional literature does: shakes you, slaps you, turns you upside down, leaving your thoughts jumbled as if your head went on a jollyContinue reading “Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi”

The Woman Who Went to Bed for a Year by Sue Townsend

After her gifted children left for the uni, Eva closed the door of her house, decided to take a nap… and didn’t leave bed for an entire year. She was confident that she wouldn’t be bored since there were so many things to think about: does God exist, was she ever happy with her husband,Continue reading “The Woman Who Went to Bed for a Year by Sue Townsend”

Author Interview: Tom James

Tell us something about your book. It’s part love letter to being child-free, but it’s largely concerned with my belief that society is child-obsessed. That parents come first in the social strata, that somehow popping a child out (or even less in the male’s case) elevates you to a position of wisdom. It questions someContinue reading “Author Interview: Tom James”

Author Interview: Madilynn Dale

Tell us something about your book. Releasing Her Power Within is the first book in the Fae Shifters series. It follows Liz as she takes a leap of faith to change up her life. She is tired of being overworked and has struggled with her mother’s death. She moves into her family’s cabin to pursueContinue reading “Author Interview: Madilynn Dale”