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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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 Interview with Author Helena P. Schrader
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Helena P. Schrader, authors of Where Eagle Never Flew: A Battle of Britain Novel.FQ: Helena, I have to say you have an absolute gift for bringing history to life. Can you start with what brought about the idea to re-release the book; and was there a specific reason you chose to change the title?SCHRADER: Thank you! The compulsion -- which became an obsession -- to re-release this book was sparked by pure chance. I received an email...
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 Interview with Author Helena P. Schrader
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Helena P. Schrader, author of Grounded Eagles: Three Tales of the RAF in WWII.FQ: Have you traveled to or maintained any personal ties to the countries/locations about which you write, and if so, how does that affect your compositions?SCHRADER: I spent a number of years in the UK as a teenager, a formative age, and visited regularly thereafter. I still have friends there, although it has been a decade since I last spent...
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 Interview with Author Holly Brandon
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Holly Brandon, author of Life in the Chastity Zone (Chastity Series, Book 1).FQ: When you first began writing Life in the Chastity Zone (Book 1), did you always know it would be the start of a series, or did this project begin as a standalone novel? If the latter, can you tell readers when it changed for you and you decided there was more of a story to tell?Author Holly BrandonBRANDON: It began as a standalone novel. I...
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 Interview with Author J.R. Klein
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with J.R. Klein, the author of A Distant Past, An Uncertain FutureFQ: How much of Blake is really you?KLEIN: Quite a bit, probably. I haven’t experienced the tremendous success as an author that he did; however, in other ways we are a lot alike. I tend to be quiet, somewhat reserved, preferring to watch from off stage rather than as a lead actor. I think, in general, my intuitions are good, as his were, and I am a pretty...
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 Interview with Author J.R. Klein
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with J.R. Klein, author of To Find: The Search for Meaning in Life on the Gringo Trail.FQ: What made you decide to write this memoir?KLEIN: When I returned from my journey on the Gringo Trail in 1980, I had a diary in the form of three spiral notebooks filled with my thoughts of the trip. I turned this into a manuscript initially just to better flesh out the experiences. I still have the original three notebooks, tied together with...
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 Interview with Author Jacqueline Johnson
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Jacqueline T. Johnson, author of Test of Time (Sons of Meir Book 1).FQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?JOHNSON: I was born in Virginia. I’m married and have two sons, a daughter-in-law, and three grandchildren. I love to read and write, but my hobbies are watching anime and playing video games. My love for action and adventure, and for the details of...
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 Interview with Author Jean Reed
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Roberta Reed Hamilton, daughter of Jean Reed, who is the author of Five Funny Tummy Men.FQ: Would you tell our readers a bit about your mother’s writing career?HAMILTON: My mother, Jean Reed and father were married in the late 1930’s. He was a lover of country living, so off they went to start life in an 80-year old farmhouse, four miles from the nearest town and one-half mile from any neighbor. As an isolated housewife and...
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