Interview with Chris Simms – British Author

Interview with Chris Simms – British Author

He knew about his great-grandfather, Padraig. The giant navvy who, back in the late eighteen hundreds, had gathered enough money through bare-knuckle fighting to get his family out of the Manchester slum known as Little Ireland. – Sleeping Dogs Chris Simms has worked in airports, nightclubs, post offices and telesales centres. After travelling throughout the world, he settled near Manchester where he lives with his wife and four children. Along with nominations for the Theakston’s Crime Novel of the Year award and Crime Writer’s Association Dagger awards (for his novels…

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Interview With Author Piers Anthony

Interview With Author Piers Anthony

In school I hated history classes. This was ironic, because the study of human history has been a hallmark of my later life. So what was the problem in school? It was that a school’s idea of history was lists of the names and dates of kings, the dates of battles, and maybe some lists of products of the times. Things to memorize. I was never good at memorization. Climate of Change* When did you first become interested in writing? Two years into college, I had to choose my major….

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Mark Eller Talks the Talk With 1stAngel

Mark Eller Talks the Talk With 1stAngel

Author, podcaster, own 3 parrots, a wife, and some kids Outside of my day job, I presently have three audio fiction podcasts, The Hell Hole Tavern, (a 3 bk dark fantasy trilogy), Mercy Bend, (dark stories, some physical and psychological horror), and Traitor at podiobooks, (a slipstream sci/fi). Have had over twenty short stories published in various places, most recently in Anon Literary Magazine. My first two books, Traitor and Betrayed, can be found on most major outlets. Traitor is free. As you can tell from my education section, I’ve…

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E.J. Vance

E.J. Vance

When did you first become interested in writing? I was a teenager when I started. I guess it was brought-on by trying to/coming to understand the works of Jim Morrison; Jimi Hendrix; John Lennon & Paul McCartney; George Harrison; and several others whom I admire(d). I guess I’m heavily influenced. ETHERS I CHAPTER 1 1. …IN THE BEGINNING, WAST ONLY THE UNFIRMAMENT; A STIR OF CHAOS, AND; IMAGININGS OF THE POSSIBILE…. What style of writing do you use most? I see myself more as a “poet” than an author. But…

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Darlene A. Cypser

Darlene A. Cypser

www.thecrackinthelens.com The Crack in the Lens, Chapter 26: “The fickle winds swept the snow about the moor, first building a drift here then gusting it away to be rebuilt somewhere…

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