Let’s welcome Trin Carl as this month’s featured Author. Trin is currently working on a YA Novel, Oh Brother, about a foster child who comes to stay with the Radtke family. Their adopted children, Zion and Amelia, will do anything to make sure this new kid doesn’t change their families’ lives. She plans to publish later this year, so keep your eye out for it. Ever ambitious she’s also starting a Youtube channel where she will post book reviews.
It’s time once again to welcome another Author to my page. Melion Traverse is a writer and a grad student (how do you find the time?).
Do you read outside your genre?
Actually, most of my reading is done outside my genre. Is that a positive or a negative? I don’t really know. The majority of what I read is non-fiction, although I do tend towards reading speculative fiction when I read fiction.
It’s time once again for Author to Author. Each month I sit down with an indie author and try find out what makes them tick.
This month, I have the honor and pleasure of introducing you to Milli Gilbert. Along with being a mom, wife and author, Milli is a nerd. She has only recently acknowledged this fact when she realized that all of her favorite movies are firmly in the science fiction genre.
Welcome to another installment of Author to Author. Today I have the pleasure of chatting with Shannon Leigh Rivera. Shannon writes Young Adult and New Adult stories. Her story Selkie is available in the Seven Deadly Sins: Envy and Lady of the East appears in the Seven Deadly Sins: Glottony. Both are available on Amazon. Her novel, Of Rebels and Ruin, will be out late in 2017.
Hello and welcome back to another Author to Author interview.
This month, I have the great pleasure of sitting down with H. T. Lyons, a masterful spinner of tales who’s always looking into the future, seeing what could be, what should be and what might be. He doesn’t use crystal balls or tea leaves. He looks for trends and technology, using the art of logic to take what he sees now and project into the future.
Allow me to introduce you to Fanni Sütő, an author I’ve had the pleasure of working with recently. Fanni faces the unique challenge of writing across two languages, Hungarian and English. I am in total awe of her skills in her second language (and must admit, I can’t read in her first language). She has a short story collection, which she will be sharing her collection of bi-lingual short stories on her blog this month.