Joe Rothstein has been at the center of U.S. politics through over two hundred campaigns over the past thirty years. This experience inspired him to write a very believable political thriller about a Latina president who sets out to fight corruption, but meets great resistance in the form of an international conspiracy to impeach her. As our Author of the Day, Rothstein gives us a look behind the scenes of political campaigns, talks about the world's financial stability and a lot more.
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Franklin Neal was born in Liberia and moved to the US at a young age. He has always wanted to tell emotional and powerful stories, which inspired his latest novel, Six Years Black. Neal plans on filming his own stories into movies one day, with him directing. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about it.
Bruce Borgos (1959 - ) lives and writes from the Nevada desert. A near lifelong resident of the southwest, he combs his dusty newspaper daily looking for interesting topics to turn into great stories. As our Author of the Day, Borgos tells us more about his latest novel, Life Strings, a story about medical ethics, hard life choices and desperate circumstances.
While growing up in a military family, R.J. Patterson spent some of his formative years living with his family on the estate of an English baron and baroness. It was there that he developed his passion for good literature. After winning numerous awards for his writing and journalistic work, Patterson left journalism full-time to pursue writing books and now resides in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and four children. He plans to write many more thrilling novels unless the CIA presses him into service to save the world. As our Author of the Day, Patterson tells us everything about his Brady Hawk Box Set.
Howard Reiss an especially gifted storyteller with a knack for creating fully developed characters and original storylines. He recently published his 6th novel, The Texture of Love. The Old Drive-In, Howard Reiss’ fifth novel, is a nostalgic reflection on what could have been. As our Author of the Day, Reiss tells us more about this book and what it took to write it.
R.S. Lively is a romance writing duo consisting of Ruth Scott and Lauren Lively. According to their dedicated readers, with every page you turn, their passion for books and love of romance jumps out. As our authors of the day, they tell us more about their latest novel, Hate to Love.
Liz McCraine has a degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University, which she puts to good use psychoanalyzing her children and developing fiendish book characters. When she’s not galloping after her family, Liz enjoys working with horses, learning new languages, and trying not to kill houseplants. As our Author of the Day, Liz tells us all about her latest book, The Witch's Reward.
Doug Molitor is a TV writer who wrote for Sledge Hammer!, You Can't Take It With You, Police Academy, Slider, Young Hercules, F/X, Happily Ever After, X-Men, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures, Sinbad, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Class of the Titans, Roswell Conspiracies, Sabrina and Beetlejuice. He has won two Environmental Media Awards and was nominated for the Humanitas Prize for Captain Planet. As our Author of the Day, Molitor talks about his latest novel, Memoirs of a Time Traveler
Lisa Dawn Wadler began writing after reading yet another romance novel where the heroine needed a man to rescue her from physical harm. While a firm believer in the strong alpha-male hero in any story, she wondered what would happen if that hero met a woman who was able to take care of herself physically. Using her black belt experience in Tae Kwon Do and mixing in time travel, her multi-award winning Draig series was born. As our Author of the Day, Wadler tells us all about her latest book, Time of the Draig, which is a prequel to the other books in the series.
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