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New Interview with Author Imran Omer

New Interview with Author  Imran Omer Q1. Tell me about yourself what are your favorite books to read?  A. I was born in Karachi and studied in Chicago. I have a bachelors in Art Education from the University of Illinois and M. Ed from American College of Education. I teach Art and English as a Second Language (ESL). I have taught in the United States, Oman, and Saudi Arabia. I love teaching but my passion lies in writing. The info about my books, blog, and artwork can be seen at  My favorite books are Oryx and Crake (Margaret Atwood), Elizabeth Costello (J.M Coetzee) and The Poisonwood Bible(Barbara Kingsolver) Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book?  A. As far as I remember, I always had a desire to write and see a published book of my own. The thought of writing Entangled Lives appeared when on every news report about terrorists, a question appeared in my mind: How have the societies the

Interviewing Author Steve Bivans

Interviewing Author Steve Bivans Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read? A. I’m a writer and author, among many other things. I’ve self-published six books, most of them non-fiction. Three of them have been sub-genre best-sellers on Amazon. Top among those was Vikings, War, and the Fall of the Carolingians, which was my master’s thesis at the University of Minnesota. It’s an English translation of a Latin text from medieval France in the 9th century. My latest book, Anno Draconis: Dawn of the Dragon, is part one of a historical fiction series, based on the Vikings in France. Top of my reading list? Lord of the Rings. I’ve read it like 11 times or something. I’m a total Tolkien geek. I’m NOT a Nerd, however. Nerds pick their nose and live in their mother’s basement. I live in a house with my partner in St. Paul, MN, but I’m originally from the American Southeast, North Carolina mostly. I’m a