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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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 Interview with Author Gary D. McGugan
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Gary D. McGugan, author of The Multima Scheme (Book 1 in The Multima Trilogy of Corporate Intrigue).FQ: Once again, I want to thank you for yet another enjoyable read. The returning characters have added depth and the ‘freshman class’ is keeping pace quite nicely with the old timers. I’ve noticed you plant a few seeds along the way to tie the story line to actual current affairs both politically and economically. Have you...
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 Interview with Author Gary D. McGugan
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Gary D. McGugan, author of Pernicious Pursuit: A Howard Knight Escapade.FQ: How much of Howard Knight is really Gary McGugan?McGUGAN: Wow! A great question to start our interview. I hope the answer is “very little.” Naturally, some of me must permeate the character, but I view Howard as an excellent example of human beings generally. He is bright and has experienced success like few others. But he also has flaws...
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 Interview with Author Gary D. McGugan
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Gary D. McGugan, author of A Web of Deceit.FQ: It’s such a treat to have the pleasure of chatting with you once again. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed your Multima series, and A Web of Deceit was, yet another thrilling read. I have to ask, when you were in the throes of writing the current body of work in this series, were you thinking ahead to how the current work will transition to the next installment?MCGUGAN: Thank...
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 Interview with Author Georgina Le Flufy
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Georgina Le Flufy, author of April's Window.FQ: First, I have to ask – is April, the little girl in the story, based on a child you know?LE FLUFY: I think all my characters are based loosely on a child or person I have known...or a part of myself! I think April evolved from the story itself. She was the child that brought all the different scenes and households together - as so often children can do.FQ: A similar question –...
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 Interview with Author Ginny Sassaman
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with Ginny Sassaman, author of Preaching Happiness: Creating a Just and Joyful World.FQ: Global change to make our world a better place won’t magically happen overnight. What kind of quick and simple things can a person do to not only increase their own happiness, but encourage others to act the same way too?SASSAMAN: I would recommend four immediate steps:First, begin a meditation practice. That is not only one of the very best...
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 Interview with Author Guy Sibilla
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Skyler Boudreau is talking with Guy Sibilla, author of Boarding Passes to Faraway Places.FQ: During your travels, did you ever go somewhere you would never return to? Are there any places you have not visited that you have no interest in exploring?SIBILLA: Countries, cultures, societies, and boundaries between or within nations are constantly shifting and reshaping themselves. The consequence of which means even after visiting a place, I have never held a...
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 Interview with Author Harvey B. Chess
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Harvey B. Chess, the author of Functional and Funded: Securing Your Nonprofit's Assets From The Inside OutFQ: Mr. Chess, I have to say I learned a great deal from your book. Could you speak a bit about how this revised edition evolved from the first? CHESS: I’ll level with you by admitting that learning about how to get my book published has involved being so eager to get something available that I have, in effect,...
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 Interview with Author Helena P. Schrader
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Helena P. Schrader, author ofRebels Against Tyranny: Civil War in the Crusader States.FQ: Your works of fiction and non-fiction over the last 15+ years have been incredible. Can you speak to readers about what first led you down the path to focusing on the crusader states?SCHRADER: Thank you! I work very hard on my writing, devoting the bulk of my "free" time to researching, writing and now marketing my books. So it is very rewarding to...
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 Interview with Author Helena P. Schrader
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Helena P. Schrader, the author of The Emperor Strikes BackFQ: As I get even further into these novels, I have to know: When you began, did you have the series (as such) outlined on paper, or at least in your mind of how far you would go with it?SCHRADER: Not at all! Things always start small. A spark, an idea that grows into a book concept, then lots of research. Then when I start writing I either have a little novel or I discover I...
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