Posts Tagged ‘clean adult books’

Interview of Sarah Dunsters author of Mile 21

Saturday, October 12th, 2013

Tell us where you were born.

Santa Cruz, California.  I’m an eight-generation Californian on my mom’s side (cowboys and pirates) and on my Dad’s side I come through Martin Handcart stock. I’m a good mix 🙂

California, very nice. Who or What inspired you to write this book?

I went through a pretty significant series of struggles as a young adult. I wrote this book with the intent to help people understand why someone who is struggling might act strange, or might not seem like they’re doing all they can to recover. I wanted it to be a (more…)

Cindy A. Christiansen a Sweet Romance Author Interview

Saturday, June 8th, 2013

Cindy is a pleasure to have you this week in our website. Could you tell us when did you first know you wanted to be an author?

When I took writing classes in college, I fell in love with the creativity.  I even started a YA book, but my major was computers and soon writing stories got lost into writing software programs and then working as a Computer Programmer/Analyst.

Life does gets in the way a lot doesn’t it? What makes you passionate about writing? (more…)

Echoes by Nancy Campbell Allen

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

This real mystery based novel had me glued to its pages. Nancy did a great job of making old time Italy and present day USA flow swiftly alongside each other. The characters are as likable as a real person with a real life would be. I enjoyed the way the suspense keeps you guessing in every chapter.

The story is that of a young man, Jon, who has known nothing but hard life since age 3, when (more…)

Daron D. Fraley Speculative Fiction Author’s Interview

Saturday, August 4th, 2012

Hi Daron! Thanks for being on my blog this week.

So, you write clean adult books…Tell us what’s happening in your life?

I’m just living the dream. How many people get to go to work during the day, then come home at night, take care of a honey-do list, spend time with family, and then lose themselves in front of a computer for hours while they imagine themselves in a different world, battling against evil and ultimately vanquishing all foes? It’s rare, I tell you. Actually, I shouldn’t tell you . . . those other worlds are top secret. (more…)