Kenyon Gagne and The Goners Trilogy

An exciting adventure into young adult Sci-Fi with a positive message: Hope. The multi-faceted Independent Author Kenyon Gagne writes for a younger audience with a dash of adventure… He also reads Dostoyevsky, Dickens, Austen, and Alcott! Here’s how the interview went: Jenn: How did your journey as a writer begin? Kenyon: I’m going to includeContinue reading “Kenyon Gagne and The Goners Trilogy”

Interview with Aisha Urooj, Author of ‘The Nine Muses’

The Nine Muses have lost their powers… Packed with fun and a good dose of mystery, The Nine Muses drops Greek goddesses into the mortal world. Even worse, into a moral high school! Zeus’ daughters The Muses can no longer dance, sing, or create art. His solution? To send them to a mortal high schoolContinue reading “Interview with Aisha Urooj, Author of ‘The Nine Muses’”

The Hourglass and a conversation with Magdelene D. D.

A Sabbatical in the Desert If the tragedy of 9/11 hadn’t been earth-shattering enough, the COVID-19 virus claimed even more of Magdelene’s clients. The intervening years were a search for meaning and personal obligation as a human and an American. Although our views on faith are vastly different, Magdelene quickly became someone whom I greatlyContinue reading “The Hourglass and a conversation with Magdelene D. D.”

Miltan Epsilon: Book 1 – Interview with S.C. Mae

The third review/interview in this series delves into the Sci-Fi world of Indie author S.C. Mae! In Miltan Epsilon: Book 1, Jazz Healy sets out on a routine delivery mission only to discover two animal activists and the cultish Novus Replicates have other plans. Her cargo of pets, including a highly valuable splice kitten, isContinue reading “Miltan Epsilon: Book 1 – Interview with S.C. Mae”

Margaret’s Rematch Author Interview

Indie Author Farida Mestek decided to tackle the writing style of Jane Austen and succeeded! It’s also worth mentioning that Farida is a native of Ukraine. Reading her books (see her Amazon author’s page) definitely adds meaning in the midst of current world events. In her book Margaret’s Rematch, Mestek tells the tale of MargaretContinue reading “Margaret’s Rematch Author Interview”

5 Things: Chocolate Glitter Ambition Edition

Happy Friday and Happy April! Hope you all had a great week like a North Carolina dad who received a new kidney and gained a friend in the process. What an act of selflessness! Well, even if selflessness was difficult to find this week, you’ve made it to Friday, my friends! And you know thatContinue reading “5 Things: Chocolate Glitter Ambition Edition”

10 Things I Learned from a Schizophrenic Mechanic

First in the series of Indie Authors is a great book by Lisa Kugler titled 10 Things I Learned from a Schizophrenic Mechanic. Lisa was also kind enough to grant an interview! Lisa’s father was diagnosed with Schizophrenia in his 20s and suffered psychotic breaks that resulted in frightening scenes and hospital stays. All throughContinue reading “10 Things I Learned from a Schizophrenic Mechanic”

A funny thing happened on Twitter…

It takes a lot to write a book and then even more of that energy to actually let someone read it. Then begins the task of garnering reviews. Understanding all too well that being a writer is an exhausting enterprise, I wanted to reach out and offer support. Last week I asked for book recommendationsContinue reading “A funny thing happened on Twitter…”

5 Things: Vegas Glitter Bin Edition

Happy Friday! Hope you all had a great week like the 6-year-old hero who received a special homecoming. What a good brother! It makes you hope that they have just as good a relationship when they grow up. Well, even if you didn’t get a hero’s welcome and missed being saved by someone this week,Continue reading “5 Things: Vegas Glitter Bin Edition”