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Interviewing Author Renee Lee Fisher

Interviewing Author Renee Lee FisherQ1. Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read?
A. I love to indulge in romantic storylines.  
I am Renee Lee Fisher - Best Selling Author that has the passion for putting my pen and ideas to paper. A pure romance junkie and I love to tell stories. I was an English Major that always wanted to be a writer. In the past years, I have written many novels, children’s' stories, lyrics, articles and wedding ceremonies. Currently, I am deep into many more creative characters and storylines. Don't look for me to stop writing anytime soon, I am like the Duracell Bunny that keeps going and going. I truthfully only sleep four hours a night and continues to create many more storylines for the readers to enjoy. I reside in Eagleville, PA. with her husband Michael of many years, and her cats Nyah, Leo and Lincoln. I have a great support system of Love from my family and friends and wonderful author street team. I BELIEVE you should foll…

Interviewing Author Bess Sturgis

Interviewing Author Bess Sturgis 

Q: Tell me about yourself
A: I am an American author with an international readership. I am also a professional costumed storyteller for museums, libraries, schools and various non-profit organizations. Because I am an advocate of literacy for everyone, I make annual appearances as a signing author at Penned Con St. Louis (https://www.pennedcon.com/) for Action for Autism. This year, I will be adding Kansas City’s Show Me Your Books (https://www.showmeyourbookskc.com/) for the Dream Factory to my signing schedule.
Q: What are your favorite books to read?
A: I love to read and reread the classics, in addition to modern horror, mystery, sci-fi, fantasy, and general fiction. Also, I read a great deal in the non-fiction genre: biography, history, expository, memories, economic theory, and scientific writings, etc.
Q: When did you decide you were going to write a book?
A: The decision to convert the original tales I told on my storytelling circuit to copyrighted …