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 Interview with Author Deborah Stevenson
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Deborah Stevenson, the author of The Last Rhino.FQ: You've written several children's books, all fun, but each with a good message. What made you want to take on the plight of rhinos?STEVENSON: I have always been an animal lover. As a child, TV shows movies, about African wildlife were very prevalent, and to me, there was nothing more fascinating. I have had a long-standing love affair with elephants, as you might have guessed from my...
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 Interview with Author Deborah Stevenson
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Deborah Stevenson, author of An Armadillo On My Pillow.FQ: Deborah, you do so much, from fiction to non-fiction to prose, etc. – do you have a personal favorite when it comes to writing?STEVENSON: I enjoy all of it. I probably lean toward fiction, but often it is based on real life. As for prose or verse, I try to let the story choose. Some lend themselves better to prose. Others to verse. Verse is almost like a word...
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 Interview with Author E.J. Michaels
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with E.J. Michaels, author of The Size of the Moon.FQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?MICHAELS: I grew up doing theater all through elementary and high school (my mother directed several of my plays ), and I was involved in a few professional productions after college. While I enjoyed acting, I loved creating my own tales. Before completing my first novel, I...
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 Interview with Author Eddie Brophy
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Eddie Brophy, author of Nothing to Get Nostalgic About.FQ: Do you identify with any particular person in the book – Charlie Harris would seem to be a logical choice, but is there someone else?BROPHY: Charlie is 100% the character I identify most with as so much his personality and his life experiences were inspired by my own. As a young precocious kid, I grew up with several painful insecurities regarding what I...
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 Interview with Author Eenam Vang
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Anita Lock is talking with Eenam Vang, author of Labyrinth.FQ: You mention that you were around five years of age when you decided to become a writer. What inspired you to go in that direction?VANG: I remember being in my kindergarten classroom one day and holding the new 5-10 page booklet of the week. In my little brain at the time, all I could think of was how cool would it be to write a book one day and have people read my stories. From there on, my dream of...
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 Interview with Author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, author of Pinky Doodle Bug.FQ: I loved the idea of Pinky and her doodles. Where did the idea of Pinky come from? HAMILTON-GUARINO: Thank you! Pinky is a name my mom used to call me when I was little. I have dreamed of having children’s books published since I was in Kindergarten. We quickly noticed I am not an artist and much more of a writer. Pinky Doodle Bug celebrates collaboration...
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 Interview with Author Floyd Hughes
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Floyd Hughes, author of Hi My Name is Jonah.FQ: How long have you been a pastor, sir? And what made the Book of Jonah call out to you to write this particular book? HUGHES: I’ve been a full-time pastor for 14 years, all with my current congregation, CrossRoads Community Church of Jefferson Hills. Prior to that I was a teaching pastor at CrossCurrent Church in Ashburn, VA but that was as a volunteer. My main job at that time...
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 Interview with Author Fred Pilcher
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Fred Pilcher, author of Agatha the Beloved Queen.FQ: I know you were a physics teacher, which is (to me) a great leap from writing fiction. I must know: What made you make that leap? Were you always interested in writing?PILCHER: I have been interested in science fiction as well as real science since my teen-age years, and have especially enjoyed Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and more recently Andy Weir's The Martian,...
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 Interview with Author Gail Cushman
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Gail Cushman, author of Cruise Time: A Wrinkly Bits Senior Hijinks Romance.FQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?CUSHMAN: I am a native Idahoan, a mother, and now a widow, having recently lost my husband of over fifty years. He and I were both former Marine officers. Together we had a remarkable journey, capped with about ten years of worldwide travel,...
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 Interview with Author Gary D. McGugan
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Gary D. McGugan, author of Three Weeks Less A Day (Book 1 in The Multima Trilogy of Corporate Intrigue).FQ: Thank you for your time. It’s a pleasure to have the opportunity to visit with you today. I must say, you waste no time in shooting your audience out of a canon from page one forward in Three Weeks Less a Day! The opening line is compelling. Did it come to you immediately or were there edits to pack the punch...
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