David Archer likes to hit deep, keep you entertained, and leave you wanting MORE with every turn of the page. His Noah Wolf thrillers are no exception - he managed to make a hero who has spent most of his life without the ability to feel the natural emotions of those around him very relatable. As our Author of the Day, Archer reveals how team Camelot came into existence, why he created Noah Wolf the way he is and talks about the role of assassins.
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When Kate Sterritt is not busy juggling soccer trainings, play dates and volunteering at her kids' school, she makes time to write the types of novels she enjoys reading. Sterritt does not believe in cookie-cutter characters, but creates protagonists that feel real to her. As our Author of the Day, Sterrit talks about her book, Collision, reveals how she worked with an ex-cage fighter to create realistic fighting scenes and how she was inspired by a large, stone farmhouse.
As a proud native of Texas, Ginger Chambers loves writing stories featuring cowboys, wilful women and the beauty of Texas Hill Country. Chambers likes to keep her work authentic, so you won't find shirtless cowboys on her book covers. As our Author of the Day, she tells us all about her West Texans series, reveals her secret skills and talks about Mae Parker, the matchmaker who features in many of her books.
Heather Slade is an Amazon best-selling author whose books are filled with all the things she likes: music, wine, skiing, families, artists, and cowboys. Her book, The Promise, the first in the Butler Ranch series, is no exception. As our Author of the Day, Slade tells us all about her writing habits, how her first book came to her and reveals what we can expect from her pen next.
Beth Troy became a Christian during the first semester of her freshman year in collage and, as an avid reader, was eager to discover Christian fiction. She headed to the bookstore, hoping to find a story about a girl like herself, but only discovered a sea of bonnets and horses.This experience inspired her to later write her debut novel, Lu. As our Author of the Day, Troy tells us about Lu's character, why she picked a small town setting for the book and much more.
Ben Leybovich is a real estate investor, author, speaker and entrepreneur who has discovered the power of House Hacking. As this technique outperformed all of his projections, he decided that it was something that needed to be shared with others. In his book, House Hacking, he does exactly that. As our Author of the Day, he chats about his experiences with house hacking, explains how one can live for free with this strategy and tells us who would benefit from this book.
From a very young age, George A. Santino realized that if you wanted something, you had to work for it - even if that meant digging for soda bottles in trash cans. This attitude got him far in life - he received four rejections from Microsoft before they employed him in an entry level position. Years later, he made partner and managed to retire at age 55. As our author of the day, Santino tells us more about his autobiography and what it takes to get back up in life.
James Fahy grew up on a steady diet of Tolkien and CS Lewis and this is very evident in his Changeling Series. According to a reader, the series "took everything I loved about my childhood, shook it up and thrust it back at me in unexpected ways." As our Author of the Day, Fahy talks about the second book in the series, The Drowned Tomb, reveals his vision for the series and chats about the source of his inspiration.
When John Etzil isn't flying planes, he enjoys writing thrillers featuring vigilante heroes taking out bad guys in a no-holds-bared-way. As our Author of the Day, we chat with Etzil about his Vigilante Justice series, why he is such a Hemingway fan and he gives us a peek behind the scenes of what it takes to produce a fast-paced thriller.
Jackie Weger did a lot of interesting things in her life, such as starting university at 62 and traveling the word, living in tiny jungle villages. As she has found too many romance books are serious with poor, orphaned heroines, her novels are filled with humor and buzzing with family life. As our Author of the Day, Weger chats about how the Alabama Raised cottages inspired her latest book, Persimmon Road, reveals why she included a Civil War era ghost in the story and much more.
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