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 Interview with Author Amy Rivers
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with Amy Rivers, author of All the Broken People.FQ: I see that you’re a seasoned writer, but All the Broken People is your first endeavor into the psychological suspense genre. Why did you choose to write this type of story? RIVERS: I've always loved suspenseful novels, whatever genre they fall into, and I studied psychology because I love thinking about why people do the things that they do. Writing a...
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 Interview with Author Amy Rivers
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Amy Rivers, author of Complicit (A Legacy of Silence).FQ: Can you detail some of the particular ways that your work in the field of Sexual Assault Nursing played into this story?RIVERS: My understanding of and appreciation for the field of forensic nursing is probably the most obvious way that working in the field plays into my story. Despite not being a nurse, I completed Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner training,...
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 Interview with Author Ann Crawford
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Ann Crawford, author of Fresh off the StarshipFQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?CRAWFORD: I love to say that I'm a high-flying, deep-diving, world-traveling, life-loving author. All of those adjectives are things I do literally -- as a pilot (student for now) and scuba diver; I've been to all 50 states and 65 countries and counting; and life lover? Well,...
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 Interview with Author Ann Crawford
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Ann Crawford, the author of of Fresh off the StarshipFQ: Let us begin with Missy. Can you tell readers a bit about how Andromeda and Missy came to fruition? Was it a goal of yours to reach readers in a way that would perhaps brighten their lives in a world that is currently leaning toward the pessimistic?CRAWFORD: Absolutely! I feel like one of my main purposes is to brighten up an otherwise pessimistic world with my stories.I've wanted...
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 Interview with Author Anthony J. Orsini
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Anthony J. Orsini, author of It's All in the Delivery: Improving Healthcare Starting with a Single Conversation.FQ: Do you use a fair dose of humor, as you did in your book, for speaking engagements regarding your method?ORSINI: I always find that storytelling is a great tool for teaching. When you have practiced medicine for as many years as I have, there are many examples that I can draw from. The use of humor and my...
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 Interview with Author Behcet Kaya
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with Behcet Kaya, author of Body in the Woods: A Jack Ludefance NovelFQ: The invention and use of stealth technology in aircraft is a critical component of your novel, and possibly the reason why one of the characters meets his untimely death. Can you briefly educate readers about what you discovered with regards to this type of technology?KAYA: Actually invisible technology is not a new concept. In fact the joint strike force F-35...
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 Interview with Author Bernie Freytag
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Bernie Freytag, author of Find Wonder in the Ordinary: A Kid’s Book for Adults.FQ: Congratulations on winning The Feathered Quill award for Best in the Animal/Adult book category! How did you feel when you heard about the accolade?FREYTAG: Honestly, my jaw dropped. I really didn’t expect this. It truly shocked me. To the point where I didn’t tell anyone about it for a couple days. Haha! I wanted it to sink in. Bask in it....
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 Interview with Author Brit Lunden
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Brit Lunden, the author of Bulwark.FQ: Bulwark starts out right in the middle of the action, without boring the reader with pages of introductions, scene setting, etc. It's all right there on that first page. Was this intentional?LUNDEN: Yes. I start all my fiction right in the center of the action and let the reader learn by showing, not telling. It's how I like to read other author's books, and it's the way I always modeled mine,...
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 Interview with Author Brit Lunden
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Brit Lunden, the author of The Knowing: A Bulwark Anthology (Book 1).FQ: As I mentioned in my review, I was a bit surprised (in a good way!) that you didn't center this first book in the "Bulwark Anthology" on the main character from Bulwark, Clay Finnes, but rather someone who played a minor role in that book.  What made you decide to go in that direction?LUNDEN: I didn't know who was going to be the main character when the...
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 Interview with Author Brit Lunden
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Brit Lunden, author of The Devil and Dayna Dalton.FQ: Dayna made a brief appearance in Bulwark.  What made you decide to explore her character more with a book of her own?LUNDEN: I felt bad about Dayna. For a long time, I kicked around the idea that I had been unfair to her. When I decided to add to the anthology, I knew Dayna had to be the subject. Truthfully, I had no idea where the story was going to head. The characters...
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