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 Author Interview with Charlie Suisman
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Charlie Suisman, author of Arnold Falls.FQ: When it comes to Arnold Falls, what was your original motivation to bring this fictional town to life?SUISMAN: It was January of 2017 and I was living in a small town in the Hudson Valley. The country seemed to have taken a terrible risk in the election and I was feeling blue about the world. I wasn't finding a sense of community in that small town or a place full of humor. So I...
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 Author Interview with Donan Berg
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Donan Berg, author of Aria’s Bayou Child: A Thriller.FQ: I see that Aria’s Bayou Child was “based on actual events.” Are you a historical researcher who loves going back to the past and finding something that spurs the imagination, or do most of your ideas come to you from out of the blue and you just become obsessed with a particular subject and feel like you must create a new title?BERG: Neither. I’m intrigued...
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 Author Interview with Michael Kasenow
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Michael Kasenow, author of The Rape Trial of Medusa.FQ: I have to know: This plot-line is so ‘out there,’ yet reads like a very real crime/suspense drama. How and/or where did you come up with this fascinating idea? KASENOW: I was browsing the web, looking at the Greek gods. I came across Medusa and read that she was raped, blamed for the rape and punished for the rape. I said to myself, that can’t be right. But I kept...
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 Author Interview with Ruth Finnegan
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with Ruth Finnegan, author of Voyage of Pearl of the SeasFQ: What do you hope children, or readers of all ages, will learn from reading your book?FINNEGAN: To love dogs and friends, and adventure beyond what you dare, and that God has many ways, many names (and no name too - he just is there).FQ: I noticed that you have a few creative writing publications under the pseudonym Catherine Farrar (as well as pseudonyms in other genres)....
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 Author Interview with Susan F. Banks
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Susan F. Banks, author of Red Souls: Book One of the Red Souls Series.FQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?BANKS: I studied neurosciences in graduate school. My working profession is software and systems engineering, emphasis on cybersecurity. My interests include music, art, history, technology, physics, economics and spiritual studies. I’ve been a...
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 AuthorInterview with Thomas McGovern, Jr.
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Ellen Feld is talking with Thomas McGovern Jr., author of Dedicated to My Immaculate Rose.FQ: Tell our readers a little about yourself. Your background, your interests, and how this led to writing a book?MCGOVERN: Two great passion: History and TheatreThese subjects have a similar pathway in that they both utilize the devotees creativity and imagination. Both can transport an individual to another time and era. My name is Thomas McGovern Jr. and am a...
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 Interview wit Author Simon Plaster
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Amy Lignor is talking with Simon Plaster, the author of BROKLA: A Tale of Things Falling ApartFQ: As a master storyteller who has some strong points, to say the least, talk about politics of 2019. Readers and fans want to hear what you have to say about the "world of Trump" and the "path" the U.S. is on as we speak.PLASTER: Readers and fans ought to buy my latest books if they want to know what...Excuse me, Amy, could we just skip ahead to that question you...
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 Interview with Autho Gene Rontal
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Barbara Bamberger Scott is talking with Gene Rontal, author of A Pre-Existing Condition.FQ: How did you organize your time and energy to compose the book, given what must be a very busy life as a professor?RONTAL: I had often thought that in spite of reported safety of patients’ medical records, there is always the human factor that could make those records exposed to a criminal who could use them for nefarious purposes. It wasn’t until I read about...
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 Interview with Author Aimee Cabo Nikolov
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Diane Lunsford is talking with Aimee Cabo Nikolov, author ofLove is the Answer, God is the Cure.FQ: I've often used the catch phrase: 'You just can't make this stuff up.' I lost count of the number of times I reflected on this notion while reading Love is the Answer, God is the Cure.  When did you have your 'moment' and make the decision to write your memoir?NIKOLOV: When I was 15 years old, being already through so much that a nurse at the psychiatric ward...
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 Interview with Author Aksana Palevich
Today, Feathered Quill reviewer Lynette Latzko is talking with Aksana Palevich, author of The Ten-Dollar Dream: Live and Love Your Own Dream.FQ: What inspired you to write this book?PALEVICH: The birth of my daughter. This life experience changed me and changed my view on many things such as what makes us happy, why we are hungry for success, and what our most important lifelong values are. Also, in my very active life, I met people from all over the world and some of them had a hard time...
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