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 Interview with Author Cynthia Bardes
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Cynthia Bardes, the author of Pansy in AfricaFQ: For readers not familiar with your series, would you give a little background on how the Pansy series developed?BARDES: One day, when crossing Wilshire Boulevard, I was struck by a car. My injuries required surgery and a lengthy recuperation at the hotel. While bedridden, Pansy kept me company and her popularity with employees and guests of the hotel started me thinking. She is very...
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 Interview with Author D.L. Jennings
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with D.L. Jennings, author of Awaken The Three (Book 2 of the Highglade Series).FQ: Do you already envision a grand and final conclusion to this many-tentacled saga – or will it “write itself”?JENNINGS: I am very much a discovery writer, and I always describe my particular style of writing as laying the tracks while the train screams along. It is simultaneously gratifying and frustrating: I enjoy the twists as they...
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 Interview with Author Dan E. Hendrickson
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Dan E. Hendrickson, author of The Legend of Deputy Jim: Prequel to The Last Enemy SeriesFQ: This was a fun read. The setting of Wyoming was particularly enjoyable for me having lived in Colorado for many years. What made you leave Wyoming and settle in Pennsylvania?HENDRICKSON: My wife and I were doing full-time work for the ministry and were offered an assignment to oversee some home bible fellowships and conduct biblical research...
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 Interview with Author Dan E. Hendrickson
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with Dan Hendrickson, author of The Commander: Last Enemy Series Prequel.FQ: Why did you decide to get into writing fiction?HENDRICKSON: I love good stories that have meaningful endings. Fiction is a way to communicate a plethora of different things and make it entertaining. I love stories that teach us something about ourselves and the world we live in. Making that fun and entertaining is one of the main reasons I like to write...
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 Interview with Author Dan Morales
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Dan Morales, author of Operation Archangel: The Scouts of St. Michael.FQ: Thanks very much for your time today Mr. Morales. As cliche as this question may sound, I'm curious to know what inspired you in selecting the subject matter for this book?MORALES: Thank you so much for having me. I was inspired by a true story I read, about a young British Boy Scout during WWII whose job it was to deliver secret messages between Local Defence...
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 Interview with Author Daniel Amato
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Daniela Amato, author of Finding Joy: A Dog's Tale.FQ: Your book touched me deeply. When you describe the bond that forms between Little Bear and ‘Mommy,’ I get a sense you drew your writing of this beautiful story from personal experience. Could you elaborate?AMATO: I am so happy that you felt that bond! Little Bear was my companion. The story is his story as communicated to me after his passing. As an animal communicator,...
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 Interview with Author Daniel V. Meier, Jr.
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with Daniel V. Meier, Jr., author of The Dung Beetles of Liberia: A Novel Based on True Events.FQ: On the front of your book, it states that this is a novel based on true events. Whose life is it based upon, and why did you decide to write this story?MEIER: A pilot friend and I worked together at the FAA and he was always telling these amazing tales of his life in Africa. He had dropped out of Cornell and was in search of adventure,...
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 Interview with Author Daphne Birkmyer
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Daphne Birkmyer, author of Comfrey, Wyoming: Marcela's Army, Book 2.FQ: Which do you find easier, starting a story, or writing the conclusion?BIRKMYER: I definitely find starting each book easier than writing the conclusion. I had written over 1200 pages before I threw myself at the mercy of a very organized friend, who helped sort the chapters into individual books. Many chapters offered themselves up as good beginnings, but when to...
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 Interview with Author Dave J. Andrae
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Dave J. Andrae, author of The Friends of Allan Renner.FQ: Who do you envision as the ideal reader for this book, the kind of person you hope most to reach and influence? ANDRAE: That’s a good question but one I don’t have a specific answer for, in that when I sat down to write The Friends of Allan Renner I honestly didn’t envision an ideal “type” of reader or person who would or should be drawn to it. Because the...
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 Interview with Author David Herstle Jones
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with David Herstle Jones, author of Behind the Locked Door.FQ: How difficult was this book to write, since it was based on your own family’s situation? Did you find this to be a ‘peaceful’ or therapeutic process?JONES: As I wrote in the Acknowledgements, writing the story was a long process. It took years although I knew almost immediately after my brother’s death in 1972 that I wanted to find some way to give him more life. I...
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