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 Interview with Author John Egenes
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Skyler Boudreau is talking with John Egenes, the author of Man & Horse: The Long Ride Across America.FQ: Your ride took place in 1974, but you waited until 2017 to publish your own account of the experience. How do you feel this distance from the event has affected your documentation of it?EGENES: I'm glad I waited. I wrote a manuscript shortly after the ride but knew immediately that it wasn't a good effort. It was because I was too close to the material,...
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 Interview with Author John Fennell
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with John Fennell, the author of of Raven and the PantherFQ: You say in your biography that much of what you write links directly to events in your life - can you give a specific example in Raven and the Panther?FENNELL: Raven's upbringing in the book is almost identical to the real Raven Anderson (who is my wife Barbara Ann). Barbara was raised by her grandmother and uncle, as was described in the book. Raven's personality is...
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 Interview with Author John Henry Hardy
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Kristi Eldridge is talking with John Henry Hardy, the author of The Legend of the Phantom Effect.FQ:  Did you spend time in the Lubbock or Amarillo area to gain inspiration for the scenery in this book?HARDY: No, Kristi, but I have been through the area and realized it is rather isolated and sparsely populated north of Lubbock. The park mentioned in the book, Cap Rock Canyon State Park, is an actual park and was an ideal location for the landing site of the...
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 Interview with Author John Prather
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Anita Lock is talking with John Prather, author of The Jesus Nut.FQ: What inspired you to become a writer?PRATHER: I’ve always loved stories, and wrote a few as a kid. I was always drawn to comedy. First, the brilliant comic characters created by Pat McMahon on Wallace & Ladmo (an Emmy-winning kids’ TV show in Phoenix) certainly informed my tastes. Then my high school Spanish teacher allowed me to create weird, funny dialogs rather than sticking to the...
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 Interview with Author Joseph O'Donnell
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Holly Connors is talking with Joseph O'Donnell, author of The Tall Tree.FQ: So many children’s books today just tell a goofy, silly, or adventurous story without delivering a teachable message. Was it important for you to write a children’s book that conveys an important message (the value of diversity)?O'DONNELL: My three granddaughters are biracial so a story that conveys a theme of the importance of diversity is important to them while they are young...
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 Interview with Author Joyce Major
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Joyce Major, author of The Orangutan Rescue Gang.FQ: Your author biography notes that you “stopped everything” you were doing to get involved in volunteering. Would you tell our readers what you were doing in your “previous life” and what happened to cause you to stop everything?MAJOR: I was successfully selling real estate in Seattle, playing squash, living on my houseboat and generally doing okay. However, when I was...
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 Interview with Author JP O'Donnell
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with JP O'Donnell, author of Pulse of My Heart: A Gallagher NovelFQ: To begin, would you give readers a sneak peek so to speak inside the latest novel, Pulse of My Heart, and how the idea came into being?O'DONNELL: At the end of my previous Gallagher novel, Deadly Codes, the relationship between Gallagher and Kate appears to have ended. Was it over, or merely "on hold?" Many of my readers wanted to know and sent emails and messages asking me...
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 Interview with Author Julia Soplop
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Julia Soplop, author of Equus Rising: How the Horse Shaped U.S. History.FQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?SOPLOP: Throughout my career, my writing has covered everything from the relationship between altitude and low birth weight, to how abandoned mines cause environmental degradation, to how the arrival of the railroad over a high mountain pass...
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 Interview with Author Julia Soplop
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Julia Soplop, author of Equus Rising: How the Horse Shaped U.S. History.FQ: Just reading your bio, you have spent a great deal of time documenting animal behavior all over the world. What made the horse such an appealing subject for you?SOPLOP: Something that fascinates me about the horse is that, unlike most domesticated animals, the horse exists as the same species in the wild. Selective breeding by humans has really only resulted in...
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 Interview with Author Julie M McDonald Zander
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Julie M McDonald Zander, author of Washington Territory's Grand Lady: The Story of Matilda (Glover) Koontz Jackson.FQ: Readers with ambition to write historical text will want to know: how many hours/days/months/years went into the creation of this powerful book?ZANDER: I pursued the research on this book during lulls between my personal history projects, so altogether it took five years from start to finish. When I shared...
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