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If the last five months of my life were a TV show, it would probably be some sort of embarrassing reality show in which a camera follows me around and captures all my less than graceful moments. I stumble, blurt out...
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The following is an interview with Patsi Trollinger, fellow Spalding grad student and author of Thrill in the Ville. You can Buy Thrill in the ‘Ville Now! RH: What first inspired you to write Thrill in the ’Ville? PT: During the 2000...
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The following is an interview with J.J. Hebert, an Amazon bestselling inspirational author who has recently released a children’s picture book.  RH: In the past you have written mainly for adult audiences. What made you decide to write a children’s...
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The following is an interview with Marjetta Geerling, author of the award-winning YA novel, Fancy White Trash. RH: When did you first write Fancy White Trash, and how did you find your agent? MG: My writing mentor referred me to...
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The following is an interview with Roland Mann, a Christian author of young adult fiction, graphic novels, and comic books. Buy Wizard of Oz Graphic Novel Now! Buy The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Graphic Novel Now! RH:  Why do you...
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The following post is an interview with Kat Shehata, author of Sea Biscuit vs. War Admiral, a non-fiction book for children about history’s most famous horse race. RH:  Your latest book, Seabiscuit vs. War Admiral, was released on June 13. What can...
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I have heard several authors compare writing a novel to raising a child. First, an idea takes root inside and grows into a unique plot that explores the nature of life and truth. Then, the author spends months, or even...
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