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[Author Interview] – Alistair Cross | Sleep, Savannah, Sleep

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Alistair Cross

ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

Alistair: I grew up in a small town in Utah where I really just didn’t fit in. As someone who was painfully introverted and not at all interested in athletics, I had trouble finding channels of self-expression and often lost myself in books, music, and movies. I discovered horror when I was about eight years old, and I suppose I fell in love with it because it was the most thrilling, exciting, and emotionally stimulating thing around me at that time. To me, horror was – and still is – the antithesis of normal and boring, and movies like Carrie and The Amityville Horror, and stories like Dracula and The Tell-Tale Heart were the first things to ever hold me down and demand my full attention.   

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

Alistair: I’ve never thought of myself as anything but just a regular writer. It never occurred to me that I was a “horror writer” until other people began pointing it out to me. But I don’t think the label or the package is the important thing. The important things are the voice, the story, and above all, the characters – and as long as I can write what I want to, I don’t care if the world says I’m a Christian Neuroscience Erotic Thriller author.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

Alistair: A paranormal murder mystery called Sleep, Savannah, Sleep. It’s about a recently widowed father named Jason Crandall who moves to a little town called Shadow Springs. As he and his young daughter, Amber, and rebellious teenage son, Brent, get settled in, Jason begins meeting the locals and quickly realizes that under its smooth surface, Shadow Springs is rife with scandal, secrets, and more bad blood than a battleground. After a beautiful young socialite named Savannah Sturgess goes missing, Jason’s childhood night terrors return and he begins having terrifying dreams that convince him the woman has been murdered. When her body turns up in the same place Jason predicts it will, he finds himself under suspicion and the only things that can help him prove his innocence are the macabre, otherworldly messages from the dead woman herself.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Alistair: I had a lot of fun creating the characters because I had to write them knowing upfront that each of them had to be a potential murder suspect – which automatically made them a lot more interesting.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

Alistair: The hardest part of this book was planting enough clues that the big reveal was believable without giving it away too soon.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Alistair: I’d like to say something really interesting, like the darkest, moistest parts of my black soul or something, but the truth is, I don’t really know. Ideas come from everywhere, all the time. Conversations with friends, movies, books, lightning bolts of inspiration while scrubbing my feet in the shower … it’s anybody’s guess where these things come from, really.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

Alistair: It’s always strange when you realize that your work is being read. What I mean is, you spend so much time writing in a little room, and then, when you make that rare real-world appearance and happen upon someone who has actually read your work, it’s always a little surreal. I think that’s because I never think about anything but the story in front of me when I’m writing – and when the book’s finished, I start thinking about the next one. I never think about anyone reading it, so when I find someone who has, I’m always a bit surprised.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

Alistair: My characters absolutely have agendas of their own – and if they don’t, it means I’m not listening to them. I think that when an author decides he or she is going to lay down the law and force the plot to go a certain way, they’re robbing themselves of the true magic of the story – and all the surprises along the way. Stephen King once said that plot is the last resort of bad writers – and I agree. I believe in following the characters and allowing them to show you where the story leads. When you trust them, they’ll take you places you never could have come up with on your own.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Alistair: It’s a toss-up between the beginning and the end of every book – both of which are the most exciting times for me.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Alistair: The next thing readers will see from me is Darling Girls, a collaboration with Tamara Thorne. Darling Girls is unique because it’s a follow-up of Tamara’s vampire novel Candle Bay, as well as my own novel, The Crimson Corset. Tamara and I gleefully tied our respective vampire worlds together and Darling Girls is the surprising result. It continues the Candle Bay story, and includes my vampires, Michael, Winter, and Chynna, on a trip to an eerie little tourist trap called Eternity for a vampire family reunion … with plenty of blood-spill along the way.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

Alistair: The best place to find me and a list of all of my social media outlets is at my website, alistaircross.com

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

Alistair: Thank you for having me!


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[Author Interview] Randi Perrin – Virtue and Honor

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ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

Randi Perrin: I’m Randi Perrin, a little quirky, a little country, a little rock-n-roll, all snark. By day, I’m a mild-mannered (oh, who am I kidding? I am not mild anything) technical writer and by night, I’m the creator of alternate realities with bad-ass female characters and smooth-as-silk guys who love them. (Sometimes I even write a bad-ass male character and the guy who loves him.)

Honestly, if you want to get to know me, read my books. All of my characters have a little bit of me in them. Some more than others, but they all have a little piece of my personality in there somewhere. But no, I’m not telling you which character’s quirks are mine and which aren’t. Where’s the fun in that?

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

Randi Perrin: When haven’t I been writing is the more apt question. Whenever life throws a curveball at me, I cope by writing and always have. But, if I had to pinpoint a moment, I really got my start when my second-grade teacher put me on the newspaper staff (an honor that was not normally allowed until the third grade). I’ve been writing ever since. A friend and I wrote a mystery book in the fifth grade, which my brother illustrated for us and my stepdad bound. (I sent it to someone and never saw it again. Sigh.) I was first published nationally when I was thirteen in a poetry anthology. I was on the newspaper staff off and on throughout school, and then I got a degree in journalism, and worked at a newspaper for a while. I’ve interviewed a poet laureate, Miss Kentucky, Junior Miss Kentucky, civil war re-enactors, movie directors, and everything in between.

The non-fiction that I get paid to write wasn’t enough for me. I wanted to write fiction, too. I’m kind of like Ariel: You want thingamapublications? I got 20. But who cares? No big deal. I want more.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

Randi Perrin: My most recent release is called Virtue and Honor. It’s the third book in the Earthbound Angels trilogy. (ATAI reviewed the first in the series, Virtue of Death, when I submitted it to the 2016 Romance novel contest.) All of the characters you loved from the first two books are back in this one, along with a few new ones. Each book is a standalone, but do build upon each one, so there weren’t really a whole lot of loose ends to tie up, but I did it anyway. Loose ends you didn’t know were loose ends (heck, I didn’t even know were loose ends until I got deep into it) get tidied up.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Randi Perrin: It’s a release. When someone at work drives me nuts, I go home and write it out. The person doesn’t necessarily make it into the story, but the act of pounding on my keyboard relaxes me (my husband says he swears keys are going to come flying off my laptop because I’m such a loud and aggressive typer—I say he’s just jealous). Plus, when I’m writing, I’m able to completely forget the things around me for a little while, and be in a completely different world. When I wrote Virtue of Death, I was able to escape back home to Virginia Beach. Or Promises of Virtue, I was back in Paris, enjoying the sites and the food. Or Virtue and Honor, running up the steps at the Art Institute of Chicago toward the Impressionist wing. I get to be somewhere else. I get to be somebody else. The trials in my daily life are gone, albeit temporarily. It’s freeing.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

Randi Perrin: Navigating the business. Doing the right marketing. Finding the right audience. Hunting down the reviews. Doing the right signings. Ordering the best swag. There’s so much that can go wrong, and so many people out there who are trying to scam authors, that it’s inundating. Writing the novel is the easy part (and writing a book is not easy, by any stretch, but in the grand scheme, it’s the easy part). Then you have to deal with rejections, rewrites, marketing, reviews. It’s a lot, and there’s so much that can go wrong along the way.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Randi Perrin: There’s no telling. I will admit that more plot ideas come out of the shower than anywhere else. My best friend bought me one of those notepads with waterproof pages, and it’s gotten a lot of use. (The girl didn’t earn the title ‘best friend’ for nothing.) There’s nothing worse than coming up with a great idea as I’m falling asleep but not writing it down. I think, “It’s so awesome, there’s no way I can forget it.” The next morning—poof!—like Keyser Söze, it’s gone.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

Randi Perrin: I have no process. Every book is different. In fact, there are times I may not even start in the right place. One thing is for sure, I’ve never written a full-length novel (or novella) in order. I write as the scenes come to me, and then stitch them together at the end. Which often involves drastic cosmetic surgery to make it fit and be pretty where it ends up. For example: in Virtue and Honor, the antagonist wasn’t the antagonist in the first draft. It wasn’t until the second draft that I changed up who it was entirely, which involved several heavy rewrites and finessing to make it work.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

Randi Perrin: Yup. I stopped using outlines after my characters gave my outline the middle finger, shoved it off the table, and went, “So, what here’s what we’re going to do instead.” It’s their story, not mine, so I tend to listen to them. (And now I sound equal parts horrifying and crazy.)

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Randi Perrin: It’s really hard to pick just one. It’s a cop out answer, I know, but there are so many parts that are special for so many different reasons. However, I will say, there’s a scene in Virtue and Honor that involves two cars, a garage, and a rainstorm. This happened in real life, and after it did, my friend goes, “that needs to be in your next book.”

I said, “Challenge accepted.”

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Randi Perrin: I’m happy with where the angels wound up, so I’m going to step out of the paranormal/fantasy romance world for a bit and work on some contemporaries. I have a romantic comedy that I’m rewriting (for the fourth time—because sometimes that’s what it takes; if this book ever happens it will truly be the tale of the little novel that could) and I also have a women’s fiction rolling around in this head of mine. Then, who knows where my muse will take me.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

Randi Perrin: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randiperrinwrites
Reader group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/389424504774060/
Website: http://randiperrin.com
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/RandiPerrin
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/RandiPerrin
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randiperrinwrites
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/RandiPerrin
Amazon Author Page: http://amazon.com/author/randiperrin
Bookbub: https://www.bookbub.com/authors/randi-perrin

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

Randi Perrin: Thank you for having me. Come and find me on social media, engage me, ask questions, post pics of hot guys.


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[Author Interview] Michelle Dare | Where I End

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Michelle Dare

ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

Michelle: I’m a wife and mom of two amazing children. I have a five-month-old German Shepherd puppy. My hands are definitely full. I live in eastern Pennsylvania, but I absolutely hate winter and snow. I write whenever I can and love it.

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

Michelle: A little over three years. I’ll have my three year publishing anniversary in October.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

Michelle: My most recent release is titled Where I End. It’s a story that will pull at your heart, have tears in your eyes, but will leave you smiling at the end. Where I End is a new adult, stand alone romance.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Michelle: The freedom of it, especially being an indie author. I can write whatever I want, whenever I want. There are no limits and no rules. It’s amazing and also very therapeutic.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

Michelle: Finding new readers. I’m always trying new ways to reach more readers and introduce them to my work.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Michelle: They can come from something as simple as a picture or a song. I also have very vivid dreams that I get a lot of ideas from.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

Michelle: I write and write fast when I get in the groove. I write on an AlphaSmart and it makes all the difference in the world. From there, I transfer it to my computer. I have notebooks, post-its, and a dry erase board that I use. Personally, I like getting the entire book down before going back and reading through any of it and self-editing the story. Once the words are all written, then the fun starts. Or torture. However you look at it lol.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

Michelle: Always. I let them guide me. I’m the middle person between them and the book. Okay, maybe I’m a little more. I do argue with them and love them.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Michelle: I couldn’t pick a favorite. I love all my books for different reasons. Each one holds a piece me in it.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Michelle: I’m currently writing Where I Am, which is about my hero’s best friend from Where I End. It’s a story of love lost and found. It will also be standalone.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

Michelle: Newsletter Sign-Up: http://eepurl.com/bt14zX
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authormichelledare
Facebook Reader Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/daresdivas/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/michelle_dare
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/michelle_dare/
Website: https://www.michelledare.com/

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

Michelle: Thank you for having me and taking the time to post about me on your page!


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[Author Interview] Victoria Renteria | Redemption

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Victoria Renteria

ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

Victoria: Hello, all! (Waves) I’m Victoria Renteria, thank you so much for having me today. Hmmm, what to say, what to say . . . Well, I live in the sunny state of Florida and I absolutely adore it here. I love the sunshine and having access to the beach year-round. It’s pretty much vacation weather all the time. I often find myself working from there as much as I can. I’m addicted to all things cherry. I have probably about a gazillion tattoos. And I love green tea. Oh, and as my husband loves to say: I’m pint sized. I’m all of about five foot three inches tall. My husband and all his Army buddies like to get a good laugh at my expense. Until I put on my biker boots and go for a ride. Did I mention my dad is a biker? No? That tends to scare most men off. Lol.

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

Victoria: Wow, such a fantastic question. I’ve been writing since I was a teenager. I started penning my stories in a journal my great grandmother gave me as a child. From there I ventured into poetry. I published my first work as a Poet when I was nineteen. I’ve always loved the thrill of a good story. Find an author that can weave a world full of mischief and mayhem that you can truly sink your teeth into is a blissful escape from the everyday stressors life can bring.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

Victoria: Eek! I am so glad you asked me this question. Redemption is my newest release. It’s a continuation, or a spin-off if you will of The Betrayed Series. It portrays two of the characters that you meet in The Betrayed Series and it tells you a haunting tale of how they came to be where they are. Their road to redemption is paved with misfortune and unhappiness. This story is close to my heart for so many reasons, it touches on some incredibly sensitive topics that others shy away from, but, it also shows you that through it all, the power of love can help us to break the chains of darkness that bind us to our past.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Victoria: Writing is my sanctuary. To be honest, I love the whole process of weaving a story from beginning to end. Creating a world that a reader can become so emotionally invested in that they can’t tell where the book ends and the real world begins.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

Victoria: The most challenging part of being a writer is knowing when to turn it all off. There are times that I become so invested in my work that I literally forget about everything around me. Working from home, I’m afforded that ability. However, when you have a teenager who plays baseball 24/7 and a husband who is constantly deployed, it tends to be more challenging than not.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Victoria: Goodness, I pretty much find that life itself inspires me. Inspiration comes in all shapes and sizes. Nothing is excluded in my world. Sometimes it comes in the form of a song, or a word, or even a game that I play with my son. Conversations or even a person passing me on the street. I’ve even had inspiration strike in the shower. Yep, you read that correctly, in the shower! Life is funny that way. I can take anything I see and turn it into a fantastic new world for readers to dive into.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

Victoria: Chaos. Crying. Rocking in a corner and pulling my hair out. Okay, maybe not in that order but they’re all part of the process. Generally, most writers will tell you that they sit down and sketch out an outline of the book chapter by chapter and know exactly where it’s going before they write it. My process is different. I know the storyline, I know the beginning, I know the end and the major points. However, all the juicy bits and the good stuff that happens in the middle I don’t know. Because characters tend to write the story themselves. So, I roughly sketch out an outline and then I allow the story to just develop on its own. Honestly, the story is constantly evolving as I write it.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

Victoria: Absolutely. Every single character has their own voice and directs which way the story goes. A good writer will always tell you we are just the instrument to which our characters speak through.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Victoria: Wow, hitting me with the difficult ones. It is so difficult to pick one favorite part of my books. I really do love them all. I’d say if I can only choose one I would have to choose a section of Royal Blood. I love chapter ten where Kylee really steps it up and becomes the badass that we’ve always known she was. Her actions in this chapter just make me beam with pride. Then to top it all off the emotionally intense sexual encounter in the hallway with Alex is just icing on the cake. It kind of throws you for a loop.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Victoria:Victoria: Eek! I am so excited to talk about Beyond The Pain. This is a Suspense/Thriller that I’ve been working on and it is incredible! I’ve laughed, I’ve cried, I’ve screamed. Seriously, this book has me on edge. It’s about Colton Monroe a man who was born with the extraordinary ability to bend time. He’s always been an outcast from society so when the police department asks him to help on a missing person’s case he is really thrown for a loop. This story has everything from supernatural to suspense, angst, you name it and it’s there!

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

Victoria: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaRenteriaAuthor/
Reader Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/962652627143951/
Website: www.victoriarenteria.com
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/authorvrenteria
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14428394.Victoria_Renteria
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/author_victoria_renteria
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/22w7g6wrnw5ljfksfl6gg6r2y or search for Victoria Renteria
Amazon Author Page: http://amzn.to/2iFVE3M

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

Victoria: Thank you so much for having me on today! Feel free to stalk me or join my reader group. I really hope to hear from some of you soon ☺


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[Author Interview] Frank Chase Jr. | Kleptomaniac: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway

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Frank Chase Jr.

ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: Well, I am the author of False Roads to Manhood, What Women Need to Know; What Men Need to Understand, and my new book is titled, KLEPTOMANIAC: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway? I am a native of Baltimore, Maryland and lived there until I was 19 year-old. I consider myself a miracle because at birth I weighed only two pounds and lived when the doctor’s didn’t think I’d make it. To publish my first book after getting many rejections, I started my publishing company, FC Publishing, LLC, which I am the president. In career I’ve worked for the government as a senior aviation writer for the Department of the Army. I am a four-year veteran of the United States Army. I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications and a minor in Sociology from Washington State University in 1989. Later on down the roads because I like education, I pursued a BA in Biblical Studies and a Master of Arts in Theology from North Carolina College of Theology (NCCT) and went on to earn my Doctorate in Theology from NCCT in 2009. I have authored and published numerous religious articles for newspapers, online magazines and print media along with appearances on Local Huntsville Alabama television and radio programs for my first book. As an Alabama resident, I live with my wife Teresa and one child Sarah at home. I am a grandfather of six grandchildren.

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: I started writing back in when I was middle school around the seventh or eighth grade, so that’s been more than 40 years ago.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: My most recent release was Kleptomaniac: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway?

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: The thing I love most about writing is that you get to educate and challenge readers. It’s always enjoyable to write something that people never hear about or the feeling you get when a person discovers something new they thought they hand a handle on.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: The challenge for me is when to put the pen down and write the end. I have a tendency to want to include all the details I can in a book so readers will not have to do much research. I also find it challenging to cut words out of a manuscript because I feel it’s like cutting out a piece of myself and the effort I put into writing process.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: My ideas come mostly from questions. As theological and religious writer, it is my nature to question. Most of the when I write something it is because a question was asked and a reasonable was not obtained. That starts a process of more questions and more inquiry to get to the bottom line of the truth about a particular subject.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: My writing process always begins with a question. From there, the research journey begins to gather all the facts and fables and scholarship that address a subject. Most of my writing is done in my man cave right at home.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: As a non-fiction religious writer, I think the message of my books are often driven by questions, what the current religious practices are and how they have changed over the centuries. In my case in trying pontificate a message in a book, I often discover other competing agendas that have existed throughout history and it fight for survival in spreading a particular message.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: My favorite book is my second book, Kleptomaniac: Who’s Really Robbing God Anyway? This message of this book is considered by some to be a taboo subject in religious cycles. But that’s why it was so enjoyable to write. It required me to do extensive research and writing the book also taught me more about the Bible than I had ever learned in many different Bibles Studies down through the years. Besides, I love writing about biblical subjects that make people raise their eyebrows.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: Besides working on promoting my latest book, I’m working on a new book that deals with encouragement. The book is compilation of short essays that address the human condition based on stories from the Bible which shed light on how people interact with God knowingly and unknowingly.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

Dr. Frank Chase Jr: If people want to know about me, they can certainly google my name. I’m also on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/kleptomaniac10percent/) , and Twitter at @drfrankchasejr

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Author interviews with Dr. Frank Chase Jr:



http://readinwritin.blogspot.com/2016/08/interview-with-dr-frank-chase-jr-author.html?spref=fb 

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Dr. Frank Chase Jr: Thank you so much for interviewing me. It was a pleasure sharing my thoughts with your audience and your readers.


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[Author Interview] Shelby Londyn-Heath |

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Shelby Londyn-Heath

ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

My name is Shelby Londyn-Heath. (nom de plume) I am a writer and blogger. If anyone would like to be spotlighted or interviewed on my blog, check it out at http://www.surfsupbookshelves.com And if you, the interviewer, would like to do a guest post, please feel free to do so. My mission is not only to promote myself, but to promote other writers and book lovers. I learned from authoring my first book that writing is a grueling process, bringing with it the challenges of self-doubt and procrastination.

Making friends with other writers after I got published was the exact opposite experience for me. I felt enlivened by meeting writers who went through the same emotions as me when they were trying to complete a book. I have been amazed at how understanding and supportive writers are.

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

SLH: I have been writing since I learned my letters. After I learned to write, I set up a classroom in my living room and tried to teach my younger brothers how to write. If they did well, they got to play games that I made up for them. Turns out they liked the games better than the writing and they started to rebel from me. Later, all three of my brothers dropped out of high school. They created thriving businesses and did much better than I did financially. They should have taught me a lesson or two. I am still struggling, even though I received more education than they did.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

SLH: My most recent release was The Twilight Tsunami, a raw-hitting book about Social Services. Opinions about my book have varied. Talk about love/hate. Reviewers have praised it to the stars and back. Others have given me reviews full of verbal slaps. The reviews have helped me learn to write better. Bottom line: this book can easily offend. However, there is a lot of action and suspense in it. I laughed and cried as I wrote it.

Oh, I forgot to mention that I just finished a book of short stories called The Bulls in Houston. I haven’t published it yet because I entered it in a writing contest – one of those rare contests that are free, yet highly respected.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

SLH: I love to write because I am able to leave behind the world that I find irritating at times. I can be free of the idiots who honk their car horns if I am a second late pulling into traffic, even though there are cars coming. I can leave behind sour-faced people at the Department of Motor Vehicle who love to be rude for the power of it. ( I send thank you’s to the nice ones.)


Did you ever notice that the more people feel secure in their jobs, the meaner they can be? For that reason, I question giving tenure to teachers, especially teachers who have been in the system for a thousand years and have grown tired of children.


Oops, back to writing…Yes, I love to escape the trivialities and meanness that exists all around me, ( I give thank you’s to the compassionate and caring people out there) and I live for awhile with exciting characters and lots of adventures. Of course, if a character in my book turns mean or rude, I can torture it with dumb choices and humiliating events. After all, it’s my book. Being a writer lets me be the ultimate control freak.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

SLH: I hate the business end of writing. My personal nature is to give. I love to share what I have and I like to keep things simple. This whole promotion thing is agony for me. And promotions are expensive. There are a lot of promotional sites on the internet that are gauging self-published authors. Then again, there are committed websites, like this one, who ask nothing in exchange for spotlighting writers on their sites. Thank goodness there are people who work hard to keep literature rooted into the main culture.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

SLH: The best ideas come from the times I meditate. No, I don’t meditate regularly but it is amazing when I quiet down, how many messages the universe has for me.

Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night when a character visits me, or when I day dream, some new being pops in on a beam from outer somewhere. If I could write what I have seen in my daydreams, I would have thousands of books to be proud of, but the actual sitting down and writing takes tons more discipline than I am capable of.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

SLH: When I write, I write nonstop. Time flies. I can go from morning to night for days. However, I cannot multi-task. When I have daily business to attend to, I get severely distracted. If I become worried about something, I cannot stand the thought of writing. I have to have a clear mental channel to work

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

SLH: Absolutely. My characters are head-strong and they don’t like to be told what to do. Quite often, I have to take breaks from them. My books take a long time because of this.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

SLH: I love my short story “The Hanging Footbridge” in my book The Bulls in Houston. I started making the story up when I was sitting at an old dock in Hawaii where Mark Twain visited. I said, “Hey Mark, why don’t you help me with a story and I’ll be forever grateful?” I looked up and there was an old footbridge and my story went from there. Of course, the story is nothing like Mark Twain would have ever written, and it is quirky, possibly an offensive story, but I love it. I like the way the main character found a solution to the awful challenge of his life. I mean, isn’t that what we are all about? Searching for the key that will unlock the magic and unfurl a path to our freedom? Underneath it all, we want the same thing but our paths to get there are different.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

SLH: I am in a period of distraction. Have you ever woken up to the sound of bulldozers whining and clanging around you? You can hear the roots of trees ripping and the harsh jarring sounds of their crash to the earth. Well, that is what I am going through right now. The land next to me is being leveled and I have had trouble sleeping due to the upheaval. This experience reinforces how badly I want to create a quiet retreat for artists and writers someday.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

SLH: Please visit my blog http://www.surfsupbookshelves.com and also, visit me on Face Book.

You are welcome to promote your book on my “Global Writers for Peace” Face Book page:

http://www.facebook.com/groups/globalwrjtersforpeace/?ref=group_cover

My book The Twilight Tsunami is on Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/dpB06ZZJ4SSH

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

SLH: Thanks. And remember, all you writers out there, you are powerful and your writing is important to the world. Write on!


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[Author Interview] Karen Putz | Unwrapping Your Passion

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Karen Putz

Karen Putz is a mom, writer, speaker, Passion Mentor and barefoot water skier. She specializes in helping others unwrap their passions–after all, there’s no sense in playing life too small. Karen is a former columnist for the Chicago Tribune TribLocal and is a blogger at Growing Bolder and Ricky Martin’s Piccolo Universe.

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

Karen Putz: I wrote my first story on a typewriter when I was nine. I wrote poetry in high school and always dreamed of writing books like Danielle Steel or Erma Bombeck. My writing career actually started in the early days of the internet when I wrote paid reviews and blog posts.

I finally sat down to write my first book in 2010. It took me two and half years to finish that first book.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

Karen Putz: My most recent release is Unwrapping Your Passion, Creating the Life You Truly Want. The idea for this was conceived several years ago, but I wasn’t in a position to write it—I had to LIVE it first. I interviewed over 200 people and put everything I learned about passion into this book.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Karen Putz: I love the ability to create something that will help someone else or entertain them. I love the million and one ways you can craft a sentence or story.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

Karen Putz: The most challenging thing is to write when you don’t feel like writing or when your brain is simply overloaded and can’t produce anything worth reading.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Karen Putz: Everywhere! My ideas usually pop up when I’m driving, meditating, taking a bath, or walking the dog. My phone is my best friend. Siri and I are likethis. She faithfully records everything in the Notes section of my phone. I’ve written entire chapters on my phone.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

Karen Putz: All of my writing processes start out in a spiral notebook. One of those cheap ones you get for twenty-five cents at the start of the fall school year. I have a pile of them in my room. I take one with me whenever I travel. There’s something very therapeutic and cathartic about writing out your thoughts. There’s a different energy that flows when you slow things down and do what I call a “Brain Dump.” You may find the title appearing, or a chapter, or an entire book idea from this process.

Depending on the book I’m writing, I’ll use Google Docs, Word, Pressbooks, or Scrivener for the actual writing.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

Karen Putz: The novel I’m currently working on definitely has characters that have a life of their own—sometimes I’m totally surprised at what comes up when I’m deep into writing fiction. When I read it later, I’m scratching my head wondering how in the world that unfolded. I think it happens easily when you’re deep into the craft. That “in the zone” feeling.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Karen Putz: My favorite part of Unwrapping Your Passion is actually the scene where I described facing my fears by sitting on an alligator. That was the scariest, most nerve-wracking moment in my life but it filled me with a sense of awe afterwards. There’s something life-changing about facing fear and getting to the other side of it.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Karen Putz: I just completed a book about Banana George, a colorful entrepreneur who grew younger as he became older—he went surfing, skydiving, bull-riding, snowboarding, barefoot water skiing—all in his 80’s. I’m also working on my first novel.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

Karen Putz: It’s pretty easy to find a Putz on the internet—there’s not too many of us out there.

UnwrappingYourPassion.com

Agelesspassions.com
Facebook.com/thepassionmentor
Twitter.com/agelesspassions
Instagram.com/agelesspassions

And for a daily dose of passion: Instagram.com/thepassionacademy

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

Karen Putz: My pleasure!


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[Author Interview] Tina Ruiz | Under the Nail Polish

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Tina Griffith

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

Tina: I began writing sentences in Grade 1. I had my first article printed in the newspaper in Grade 10. I sold my first children’s story when my kids were little, and I now write romance novels. I guess we can safely say that I’ve been writing for 45 years.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

Tina: Under the Nail Polish

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Tina: Creating a scene, a love story, and making people fall in love with my characters, and the book.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

Tina: Coming up with a title, and names for the characters.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Tina: Everyday life. My grandbabies, seeing people in the malls, or watching older people holding hands and smiling at each other. I take what I see and create a story around it.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

Tina: I don’t actually have a process for writing. I write when I can, when I can, and keep away from my computer when I can’t. I sometimes write a book from page one to the end, and at other times, I write ‘scenes’ and graph them together when I think I have all the pieces.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

Tina: Oh my gosh, yes. I’ve experienced it twice in my life, where it’s my fingers on the keyboard, but I am not typing out the words. In ‘A Second Later…’, my fingers typed out 13 pages, but it wasn’t me who wrote that part of the book. It was fascinating, like an out of body experience.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Tina: My biggest thrill is when I write ‘The End’ after the first draft. Why? Because then I get to read the story from beginning to end for the very first time.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Tina: I’ve got 101 pages done, on the greatest romance story ever written. It’s going to be bigger than ‘A Tale of Two Cities’. I want to give you goose bumps, and make you cry from sadness and joy. I want you to love these characters and wish for them to end up together at the end, and I want you to remember this book as the best romance book you’ve ever read in your life.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

Tina: I have a facebook account for myself, and for my books – ‘tinagriffithromancenovelist’.


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[Author Interview] Paul Semendinger | Principal Sam Gets Fit

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Paul Semendinger

ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

My name is Dr. Paul Semendinger. I am an elementary school principal in Ridgewood, New Jersey. I am very fortunate, I work in the world’s greatest school. I mean that sincerely. The teachers, the kids, the parents, the staff – everyone is so wonderful and kind. There is a passion for kids there that I have never seen anywhere else.

I have been an educator for close to thirty years and have served at every level. I have a passion for bringing joy to children and adults alike.

I am happily married to my wonderful wife Laurie for 26 years. We have three terrific sons who are grown and are in college working towards their own futures.

Growing up, I was always a coach for their sports teams and volunteered with the Boy Scouts where they each earned Eagle Scout honors.

For fun, I enjoy running, playing softball, reading, and writing.

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

My whole life. I remember having a one line story published in my school newspaper when I was in first grade. I find that I am best able to articulate my thoughts when I write.

I am proud to have my first book of motivational passages, Impossible is an Illusion published along with my first two children’s picture books about a wonderful absent-minded character named Principal Sam.

In addition, I have a novel that will be published soon as well as a book about the New York Yankees – and a host of other children’s books. I’m querying some of the children’s books right now! Please wish me luck!

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

The most recent release, Principal Sam Gets Fit, just came out. The other two books Impossible is an Illusion and Principal Sam and the Calendar Confusion were also released in 2017.

It’s been a busy year!

The third Principal Sam book, Principal Sam and the Three Bears, is scheduled for a 2018 release. That is when the novel is also planned for publication.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

Everything. I write a lot. Each week I spend time writing a (sometimes long) reflective piece that I share with my teaching staff. (Some of those essays, in modified form, are in Impossible is an Illusion.) I also maintain my blog (www.drpaulsem.com) and write for It’s About the Money, a New York Yankees blog that is part of the ESPN SweetSpot Network.

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

To be honest, the publishing process is challenging. I have been told by many agents/publishers that they really enjoy my writing, but also, I’ve been rejected by them more times than I can count. It’s hard to get published.

I believe my books, especially my children’s books, are positive, warm, child-centered, and fun, but I’m sometimes told that publishers are looking for more edgy characters. I’m looking forward to the day when the industry is ready to embrace kindness even more. Parents, kids, teachers, and so many find my characters lovable, sweet, and kind. I think we need lots of kindness today!

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

Mostly real life experiences or my imagination. The first Principal Sam book, where he confuses the holidays, came about because I was joking with little kids in my school pretending that I didn’t know what Valentine’s Day was. After thinking about it later, I thought to myself, “There’s a cute book there!”

ATAI: What is your writing process?

I try to write every day. I like getting ideas on paper (or the computer) and building from there. I live an active and busy life so I wake up early to find the necessary time to write (and to exercise). Yes, I set the alarm for 4:00 a.m.

As I shared earlier, I write a reflective (hopefully motivational) passage for my teachers each week. I also write for the parents on a monthly basis. It’s part of who I am.

I most write on the computer, but I do have notebooks where I jot ideas down as they come. I started using a standing desk last year – which I love!

I wish I had even more time to invest in this craft!

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

I’ll answer this in two parts. For Impossible is an Illusion, the best part is when people tell me that my words helped them achieve a goal, to be more positive, or to be a better person. That’s what it’s all about. I love inspiring others!

For the kids’ books, my favorite parts are when I make kids laugh and smile. That is absolutely priceless. I love reading in classrooms or libraries and making kids laugh. It’s the best!

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

Principal Sam and the Three Bears will go for a professional edit soon and be released in 2018.

My novel Scattering the Ashes is also slated for a 2018 release.

My unique history of the New York Yankees, The Least Among Them, is in it’s editing stage. I’m actually hoping to collaborate with a professional sports writer or researcher to help me tie up some loose ends to bring the book to its conclusion.

As I also stated, I write for my blog and “It’s About the Money” as often as I can.

ATAI: What are you working on next?

Author:

ATAI: Where can people find you online?

You can find me in a variety of places. Here are the links:

www.drpaulsem.com

http://itsaboutthemoney.net/ and

www.semmendinger-camera.com (but that’s a whole other story!)

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

Thank you! I am honored that I had this opportunity to talk. I’d love to come back and talk more about writing, reading, motivation, running…or even old cameras.

I wish you only the best!


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[Author Interview] Ameer Ali | Sizzling Soft Skills for Spectacular Success

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P. Ameer Ali

ATAI: Tell us a little about you.

P. Ameer Ali : I am a Senior HR Professional who has been specializing in Communication Skill and Soft Skill Training for the past 15 years. I have personally trained nearly 5000 candidates in these skills and helped them corner jobs of their choice in the IT, ITES, and Service Sectors. Reading, Writing, Training and Answering questions related to Education, Soft Skills, Management and Spirituality are my passions. I am a strong proponent of Positive Thinking.

ATAI: How long have you been writing?

P. Ameer Ali : I have been writing articles for the past 10 years on different subjects like Effective Communication, Sales Techniques, Interview Guidance, Practical Spirituality, etc. just to name a few. Some of my Articles have been voted as Top Ranking Articles by the comity of International Writers.

ATAI: What was your most recent release?

P. Ameer Ali : My most recent release is my First Book on Soft Skills titled as “ Sizzling Soft Skills For Spectacular Success ” (ISBN9781947137332), published by Notionpress.com The Book gives a graphic account of Ten of the most important Soft Skills like the Art of Learning, Interpersonal Skills, Analytical Ability, Goal Setting, Innovation and Creativity, and Enthusiasm, among others. The Book has been well received by the target audience like College Graduates, Post Graduates, Employed Youngsters who are aspiring for quick advancement in their careers, and Teachers who would like to give a good exposure to their students in the realm of Soft Skills.

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ATAI: What do you love most about writing?

P. Ameer Ali : The most exciting thing about writing is that for the first time, you try to initiate and maintain an ongoing conversation with an invisible friend and audience, that is, your readers. You get no clue at all about their response ( and even reprimands, at times!) and still continue to keep the conversation going on, in the strong belief that they will come to like at least some part of your writing, if not all. Of course, you have to be a staunch positive thinker to maintain such a composure throughout your writing episode, as otherwise Writer’s Block or sheer Despair will overtake you. I have been fortunate enough to get fairly quick and mostly appreciative reviews on my work from my readers, probably because I have chosen such quickly responsive platforms, and I have the knack of visualizing what my prospective readers would relish from my pen. My interesting experience in answering a whole lot of practical questions from readers of various hues, on Quora.com platform, has given me a rare insight into what the readers normally expect from a resourceful author, and so I am able to dish out hot favourite materials which suit their tastes and needs. So far so good!

ATAI: What do you find most challenging?

P. Ameer Ali : Carrying my “baby” to the market place seems to be the most challenging aspect of my career, as an author. I know my book is loaded with really stimulating and directly applicable valid principles which any youngster with ambition should only be too glad to devour to equip and empower himself to face the competitive world. However, to reach this target audience within a reasonable time, and at a reasonable cost, appears to be somewhat challenging. Of course, marketing is not new to me; I had been a professional marketer in the pharmaceutical field some years ago, and I am confident that I could break this impasse, sooner than later.

ATAI: Where do your ideas come from?

P. Ameer Ali : My ideas come mainly from my past work experience. I had the fortune to work in different fields and had the opportunity to interact with people from different backgrounds and with varied skill sets, and so I could fill my bag with a lot of interesting information and experience. Now that I try to ruminate on all those details in my Mind Laboratory, they bloom into novel and enriching concepts, most suitable to be captured in the print form, for their intrinsic value. Nowadays, I do get ideas, literally out of the blue, and I am vigilant enough to capture and treasure them as and when they come to me, and later on I do whatever fine-tuning or editing is required.

ATAI: What is your writing process?

P. Ameer Ali : Once a Central Idea appeals to me and I am convinced that it is worth pursuing, then I try to divide it into different sub topics or chapters and start collecting as much details as possible from all available sources. The more the details, the better would be the final product outcome, and so I relentlessly go in search of all related material. Alongside I start organizing the already gathered material in meaningful clusters so that they could later on be arranged in an intelligible order. I spend considerable time in formatting and finally zeroing in on the most suitable and attractive title for my work. Throughout my writing process, I try to keep a mental picture of my reader in front of me, and this virtual image largely decides my writing style.

ATAI: Do your characters (or message) ever seem to have a life of their own or an agenda of their own?

P. Ameer Ali : I am a non-fiction writer, specialising in the promotion of valuable life skills. For the purpose of projecting these skills in a powerful and convincing manner to my readers, I turn these ideas, over and over many times, in my mind, and only when I am satisfied with a version to be put on paper, do I venture to do it. So the chances of my message going in a direction that I didn’t expect haven’t happened to me so far.

ATAI: What’s your favorite part of your book (or one of your books)?

P. Ameer Ali : In my Book “ Sizzling soft Skills For Spectacular Success”, I have given a graphic description of 10 of the most important Soft Skills, validating their relevance and usefulness with a lot of interesting real life episodes, which makes an easy and enjoyable reading. To recap, I have listed the 10 Outstanding Benefits of each of these Soft Skills, in a tabular column, for easy reference and recall. The most favorite part of my book is the Punch Line I have appended at the end of each Chapter, as the Last Word. One such Punch Line at the end of the Chapter on ‘Innovation and Creativity’ :

“ Activity is just the Sign of Life,
Creativity is the real Crown of Life !”

ATAI: What are you working on next?

P. Ameer Ali : As I had mentioned earlier, nowadays, I seem to be getting a lot of inspiring ideas, almost out of the blue, and most of these ideas point to a dimension which had not been so far visible to many, including myself. I feel it is worthwhile to compile, edit and present them as a Chronicle for the intellectually oriented mature readers to peruse and benefit. I am into it right now. Alongside, I am organizing various inputs I have collected over the past many years, concerning Teacher Motivation, a topic which is close to my heart, because I respect Teachers a lot.

ATAI: Where can people find you online?


P. Ameer Ali : People can find me on any of these portal addresses:

https://www.facebook.com/ameerali.communication.trainer
https://www.quora.com/profile/Ameer-Ali-121
https://twitter.com/AmeerAli48
https://notionpress.com/read/sizzling-soft-skills-for-spectacular-success

ATAI: Thank you for sharing with us and our audience.

P. Ameer Ali : It has been such an exciting experience for me giving these details for an online virtual Author Interview. Thanks a lot for your kindness in championing the cause of new Authors like me. Through these columns, I take pleasure in wishing your enlightened Readers a Great Day, and a Delightful Reading experience !


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