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interviewing Author Janine Victoria

interviewing Author  Janine Victoria Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. My Name is Janine Victoria and I am a mother to a 4-year-old girl. I am an anointed worship leader and singer/songwriter and also an author and businesswoman. My favorite book No.1 book is my bible and my second favorite book that I’m reading at the moment is ‘The simple gospel’ by an evangelist called Ben Jack. It literally is what it says on the tin since I love evangelism is as inspired me to reach out more with the gospel

Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. I have written my first book in 2017. It was to prove to the world God is real as there was a time I wasn’t literate before I knew God due to alcohol abuse so I was shocked that he asked me to pick up a pen and start writing. No help just the Holy Spirit. I decided I was going to write my last book ‘Adventures with God’ at the beginning of the year. (January) 
Q3. How did you come up with the name of you…

Book Review He Whistles For The Cricket By author Gwen Walker and Jenelle Leanne

Book Review He Whistles For The Cricket By author Gwen Walker and Jenelle Leanne
This was such a cute book I like how it had a Christian theme to it this was a very heartwarming story that had a lot of meaning to it like friends come in all ages. 
There are 150 pages this makes a great middle school book for ages 10-18 years middle schooler with love this book. 
This is a wonderful small-town story about a dog, A young girl, and a small town that always comes together to help one another it will melt your heart as all the characters in the story come together. 
I love the relationship between the character and her dog. This is a good clean story that has much love in a community. 
This book is also a wonderful story about friendship love a caring community and honor and youth. 
I liked the story because it touched my heart about a young girl and how much she loved her Dog her community and friends she found friends of any age and it really is a sweet and unique story. 
I would recommend this…

Interviewing Author Bryson Crowder

Interviewing Author Bryson Crowder 
Q1. 1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. All-time favorites are any self-help books, mystery, and any children's read.

Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book? 
A. I actually decided when I was in the 1st grade that somehow, some way I was gonna get a book published.


Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books? 
A. I kept everything simple, I used what I thought of as a child to come up with the title.
Q4. What are you working on for 2019? 
A. I am a business owner, with my own sports therapy practice so my writing has been light as of recent but I have some completed projects.
Q5. How long have you been writing? 
A. Since the 1st grade.
Q6. What advice would you give other authors? 
A.Be yourself, no one can have your imagination or creativity so write what you feel and what you like. As long as you like it that's all that matters.
Q7.where can people find you online? 
A.Through my Facebook a…

Interviewing Author Ben R Baker

Interviewing Author Ben R BakerQ1.Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. I have, of recent times, fallen hard for SF and Fantasy detective novels. Dresden Files. Iron Druid. Sandman Slim, a few other series names of which escape me ATM. I am also reading books by Eric Flint and John Ringo, both of whom write very well. My favorite books are SF and Fantasy in general. Top 4 books are:
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Dune Stand on Zanzibar Guns of the South
I am also partial to history and politics with the book World Lit Only By Fire being an astonishingly good read.
Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A.I’ve been a writer since before I could actually read. I scribbled in the front of my Dr. Suess books, writing stories. It was just scribbled, but Der yaggo. I started two books in college. S.F. They continue to be half done. I got the idea for a book seriously in the late 1990s. The book is Origins of Hawgin’: How to Catch Wild Hogs on Topwater Tac…

Interviewing author Katie Lorrigan cherry

interviewing author Katie Lorrigan cherry
Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. I'm 22 (started writing in middle school, for fun), and I read mostly fantasy. 
Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. For fun, 8th grade. To investigate a career, somewhere in High school... Maybe Freshman year. 
Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books?
A. My brain likes to come up with new words. In my main series, every book is named after each realm they visit. Zilferia is book 1, it's a name that just came to me
Q4.What are you working on for 2019?
A. I just finished a novella, and I'm planning on another one or two of those, with two more novels (books 3 & 4 in that main series) and some short stories. A lofty goal for me, but reachable. 
Q5.How long have you been writing?
A.8-9 years, I suppose. Seriously, to sell, only one year
Q6. What advice would you give other authors? 
A. make it a habit, don't compare yourself to others unl…

Interviewing Author Ibi Joke

Interviewing Author  Ibi Joke
Q1.Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. My name is Joke’ (Joo-kay), a speaker, author, and the founder of Blossom Life Outreach. My passion is to help people discover and embrace their God-given purpose. I have led youth groups, women’s groups, couple’s forums, and Bible study groups at multiple churches (both in Nigeria and the United States), and recently initiated a weekly life group for young adults over the age of 18. I was a co-pastor for 15 years, also hosting conferences on leadership, life issues, marriage, and relationship challenges. Professionally, I am a dynamic woman with a talent to connect with both spiritual and secular audiences, for the past decade, I have been managing two outpatient dialysis centers as the facility administrator for a Fortune 500 company. More recently, I became a board-certified family nurse practitioner. I am actively involved in coaching, mentoring, team building, professional development,…

Interviewing Author Bam Dev Sharma

Interviewing Author  Bam Dev Sharma Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. My favorite books are children literature which inspires children to see and feel the world. 
Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book?
A. I was writing poetry since my college days with good appreciation. That greatly motivated me. I published some books of poetry. But I felt so motivated to write for children in 2014. Then I published some books on children stories.
Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books?
A. I came to come to the name after much thought. I decided on my own.
Q4.What are you working on for 2019
A. I am working on two more children books in 2019.
Q5.How long have you been writing?
A. I am working on two more children books in 2019.
Q6.What advice would you give other authors?
A. I would give advice that: Think of your fort of writing. Write something each day. Revise it. Write when you feel relaxed but not feeling stressed. When you write, read aloud.
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Interviewing Author Eileen Moynihan

Interviewing Author Eileen MoynihanQ1.1. Tell me about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A. I was born in Essex England but grew up on the Isle of Wight. I came to Ireland in 1978. I lived in West Cork with my family and moved to Co. Roscommon with my husband 9 years ago, after taking early retirement from teaching. I have self-published 4 children’s books: ‘Rory Gumboots,’ ‘The Reckolahesperus,’ ‘Hattie and Jacques Love London’ and ‘The Dreamsmith.’ I also have stories published in 3 anthologies, ‘Ring Around The Moon,’ ‘Midir and Etain,’ and ‘The King at the Back of the Hill.’ I was recently involved in a collaborative novella called ‘Let Him Lie’ with other members of Longford Writers group. One of my favorite books growing up was ‘Tom’s Midnight Garden’ by Phillipa Pearse. I loved ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ by C.S. Lewis. ‘Little Women’ by Louisa M. Alcott was another favorite. As an adult, I have enjoyed books by Maeve Binchy.
Q2. When did you decide you w…

Interviewing Author Michael Allyn LaBorn

Interviewing Author Michael Allyn LaBorn
Q1.1. Tell me about yourself, what are your favorite books to read? 
A. What is there to say about me? Hmm. I live in a small town with my wife and our two daughters. I have been faithfully serving the Church for well over a decade, and boy has it been a wild ride! Most recently, we started a House Church and have been pouring the majority of our time and energy into calling this generation of the Church back into the basics of our faith. As for my favorite books, there are more than I can possibly name! Top five would probably be: The Practice of the Presence (Brother Lawrence), The Pursuit of God (Tozer), The Pursuit of Man (Tozer), Pagan Christianity (George Barna and Frank Viola) and The Master Narrative (Yeah, I had to throw one of my own books in there! Loyalty and whatnot).
Q2.When did you decide you were going to write a book? 
A. Oh, I think I was born with the knowledge that this is what I was going to do with my life! I have always desir…

interview with author Lydia Caatt

interview with author Lydia Caatt
Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read?
A. I am a mother of 5, a cardiac nurse, and writer. I love all things outdoors but enjoy the indoors as well. I love classical music and movies. I love going to plays and operas. I love to read! It's funny because I write fantasy fiction for young adults, but my favorite books to read are regency, Celtic, and western romance. 
Q2.when did you decide you decide to write a book?
A. I never really decided I would write a book. It just kind of happened. I was going in for brain surgery and had no idea if I’d survive so I sat down and wrote one last story to my children-I always told them stories when we traveled. I finished the story the night before surgery and it was 240 pages long. My thought was, wow I just wrote a book. I didn’t die so I’ve been writing since. 
Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books?
A. The first book I didn’t title until the editing process and I described …

Interviewing author Andrew Golub

Interviewing author Andrew Golub 
Q. tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read? 
A. I am a lifelong fan of Duran Duran who has somehow managed to channel a passion into a decades-long vocation - with aspirations of becoming a livelihood. After building a renowned archive of memorabilia, producing three exhibitions, and connecting with fans around the globe, I set out to raise the bar with two books on the band. The latest one focuses on celebrating the DD concert experience through fans’ personal memories.
The last book I read was The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, which proved transformative on a personal level. I love learning about the journeys people take in their efforts to know themselves, to be comfortable in their own skin, and become their best self. I continue to enjoy my own evolution and be inspired by those around me, inside and outside the Duranie community.  
Q2.  When did you decide you were going to write a book? 
A.I’ve always yearned to push myself in new …