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Interviewing Author John Brage

Interviewing Author John Brage Q1. Tell me about your self what are your favorite books to read? A.  I’m a lawyer by day.  I’m married and have 2 kids (15 and 11).  In my free time, I like to fish and help coach my son’s baseball team Q2.when did you decide you were going to write a book? A. I decided to write my first book in around 2011.  I spend two hours per day commuting to/from work and one day this story idea just popped into my head. I thought about it during my commutes for probably a couple of months before deciding to just write it all down. Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books? A. The Protocols of Uma got its title bc of the role that set of legal rules plays in the title.  Blinding Sky is a reference to an event that occurs during that story. Q4. What are you working on for 2019? A.  I’m in the last phase of finishing Journeys End, the last book in my sci-fi trilogy. Q5. How long have you been writing? A.

Interviewing Author Cameron J Quinn

Q1. Tell me about yourself what are your favorite books to read? A. I’m Cameron J Quinn, award-winning author of The Starsboro Chronicles, a supernatural suspense serial. I grew up watching my mom write children’s books. Back then you needed an agent and a book deal or a lot of money to publish yourself. We were far from well off so her books never came to be. Still, she inspired me to read and write. I love books, like all of them. I’m currently on a suspense kick. How have I never read a Mary Higgins Clark before last week? I also enjoy supernatural elements in stories and a good love story, Happily Ever After not required but appreciated. A few of my favorites over the years are Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Dance with the Devil by Sherrilyn Kenyon, and The Lucky One by Nicolas Sparks.  When I’m not reading, writing, or working with authors, I’m wrangling three kids and trying to keep our house functioning. Q2. When did you decide you were going to writ