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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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  • Thrill in the 'Ville by Patsi Trollinger
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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  • Unconventional by J. J. Hebert
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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  • Marjetta Geerling Author Fancy White Trash
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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  • Roland Mann Author Writer Graphic Novelist
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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  • Kat Shehata is the author of Seabiscuit vs. War Admiral, now available on Amazon.
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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