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 Interview with Author Steve Zell
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Steve Zell, the author of True Creature.FQ: You have several powerful female characters in True Creature - is it easy for you to get inside their heads and their thinking processes?ZELL: Boys like myself growing up Catholic in the 60s knew absolutely nothing useful about females except that it was a sin to let your mind wander about them... As warping as growing up that way was, it gave me a very strong desire to listen and...
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 Interview with Author Steven E. Wilson
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Steven E. Wilson, author of The Benghazi Affair (Stone Waverly Trilogy).FQ: Stone Waverly has certainly become a character that jumps to the forefront of readers' minds when they think of high-action as well as patriotism. Basically...he's a superhero with heart. Can you give us a bit of background in regards to how and when you created Stone, and if he is perhaps based on someone?WILSON: Stone Waverly is purely fictional! I created him...
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 Interview with Author Steven M. Moore
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Steven M. Moore, author of Son of Thunder (Esther Brookstone Art Detective).FQ: Can you say a bit about making your central characters – Esther and Bastiann – seniors, retired or on the verge of, and, in the case of Esther, a three-time widow?MOORE: The first book in the Art Detective series, Rembrandt’s Angel, was dedicated to Agatha Christie and her two sleuths, Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot. I’d always...
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 Interview with Author Steven Wilson
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Steven E. Wilson, the author of The Making, Breaking and Renewal of a Surgeon-Scientist.FQ: Your fiction has drawn a great deal of fans and awards. What motivated you to write this book in regards to your own experiences?WILSON: The episodes at the University of Washington School of Medicine detailed in this book changed the course of my career, even though I was not one of the physicians charged by federal prosecutors. I felt I had to...
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 Interview with Author Susan Fleet
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Susan Fleet, author of Foulshot: A Frank Renzi Crime Thriller, Book 10.FQ: I know we have spoken many times in the past, and I would love for our readers, this time around, to learn more about Music & Mayhem Press, and how that got started.FLEET: Music and mayhem have always been part of my life. I began playing trumpet when I was eight and joined the musicians union when I was fifteen to play in the city concert band. My...
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 Interview with Author Terry Lee Caruthers
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Terry Lee Caruthers, author of Vivie's Secret.FQ: Having completed this remarkable history-based novel, do you have plans for writing another work of a similar nature?CARUTHERS: Yes. In fact I’ve just finished writing one. The book is titled The Faithful Dog and is set during the Civil War. It required a great deal more research as evidenced by its ten-page bibliography. I have just begun shopping it around...
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 Interview with Author Tracy Stopler
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Skyler Boudreau is talking with Tracy Stopler, author of The Ropes That Bind: Based on a True Story of Child Sexual Abuse.FQ: The Ropes That Bind is a work of fiction based on a true story of child sexual abuse. Why did you decide to approach the story as fiction, rather than non-fiction? What kind of impact do you picture your novel having on readers? STOPLER: The Ropes That Bind started out as my personal journal that I hid...
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 Interview with Author Trond Undheim
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Trond Undheim, author of Pandemic Aftermath: How Coronavirus Changes Global SocietyFQ: Thank you for your time today. My first question is focused on your dedication: ‘For my children...I wanted to leave you a better world than this...’ I found this interesting and you piqued my curiosity to ask: If you could cite one scenario toward what is ‘bad’ about the world now, what would that be and how would you make it...
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 Interview with Author Tyler Michael
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Tyler Michael, author of Apex.FQ: Did current isolation/quarantine play a role in what must have been your intense concentration in constructing this complex story?Author Tyler MichaelMICHAEL: Absolutely. My career keeps me on the road most weeks, and my company made the correct decision in March to ground my team and have everyone work from home until the pandemic subsided. With my workload shifted to my home office,...
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 Interview with Author Wanda Maureen Miller
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Wanda Maureen Miller, author of Madeleine: Last French Casquette Bride in New Orleans.FQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?MILLER: I grew up in the 1940s and 1950s on an Arkansas farm in a sharecropper shack with an outdoor toilet. Because I read and wrote for escape, I got an education, eventually moved to California, and taught college English. I...
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