Michelle Hiscox is a newly published author who comes with a fresh approach to paranormal romance with her debut novel A New Day at Midnight. Her work is dark, exciting and very hard to put down. Today Hiscox reveals what inspired A New Day at Midnight, talks about her writing habits and her love for things that go bump in the dark.
Author of the Day Archive
The world needs more “quirky queer” spy novels, something that cousins Suzanne and Jack are happy to provide. The duo teamed up to write Transformed: San Francisco, a funny thriller that manages to capture the essence of The City by The Bay and its unconventional inhabitants. Today we find out from Suzanne and Jack why Transformed isn’t your average spy novel, what made them combine their storytelling instincts and what we can expect from them next.
Keith Foskett is a writer/hiker with a serious case of dromomania (wanderlust) and a knack for taking his readers along on unforgettable adventures. His descriptions of his epic thru-hikes are vivid, interesting and contain a healthy dose of humor. His latest book, Balancing on Blue, which describes his 2180 mile hike of the Appalachians, is no exception. Today Foskett chats with us about his book, how his wanderlust was born and how much a 5-month hike impacts one's life.
Multi-award winning author, Lisa Regan, writes parts of her bestselling crime/suspense novels in a small notebook whenever she finds a spare 10 minutes, with her dog cuddled up on her lap. Today Regan gives us some insights into the creation of Claire Fletcher, what inspired her to write this book and how she decided to be a writer rather than an astronaut.
Since releasing his first book in February 2015, Matt Ryan has published ten books, including the bestselling Preston Six series. His fans were thrilled when he announced his second series, the Alchemist Academy, which takes place in the same world. Today Ryan reveals why he created such an unique magic system for this series, why the teachers at the Academy are so ruthless and how Allie's character came to be.
Having lived in both Romania and the U.S., Maria Elena Sandovici soon discovered that life in a foreign country isn't necessarily easier or better than where you grew up. Her book, Dogs With Bagels revolves a lot around this theme. Today we chat with her about homesickness, using flawed characters and the meaning behind the title of the book.
When Guy Sigley isn't running around in his full-time job as a small business manager (a.k.a. stay-at-home dad), he writes stories about a guy called Barney. As our author of the day, we chat to Sigley about his book, how much he has in common with Barney and what it takes to write successful comedy.
Jennette Green discovered a love for writing in the second grade. She had stories in her mind that were simply calling to be written. The Kaavl series is one such a story, which has been with her since she was eighteen. As our Author of the Day, Green reveals how many times she rewrote Kaavl Conspiracy, how her books come together and gives a sneak peek into what we can expect from her next.
Author L.B. Johnson has travelled the world, knows exactly how to fly a jet and crack tough cases, but she had no idea what she was getting herself into when she adopted Barkley, a beautiful Labrador with a wide grin. In a tribute to her dog, she wrote a memoir, The Book of Barkley - Love and Life Through the Eyes of a Labrador Retriever. Today she chats with us about what inspired this memoir, her surprise when it became a #1 Amazon Bestseller and how Barkley changed her life.
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