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An Interview With Author Kerri Farrell Foley - @KerriFFWriter

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Friday, August 9, 2013, In : Author Interviews 

Tell us about your novel, “In the Margins”

A modern love-hate story, “In the Margins” is written in alternating viewpoints, finding rhythm and complexity in the he-said-she-said decay of a relationship. As undergraduate students, Allie and Liam clashed in a careless and irreparable way. Years later, they come together again in an attempt to rehash their history. Their mutual truth then becomes clear: all stories need to be told, if only for the sake of emerging from between the lin...


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Wacky Interview with Author Eric J. Gates

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Author Interviews 


Talented author, Eric J. Gates, has agreed to participate in one of our revealing, hard-hitting interviews. Asking the questions everyone else avoids, we now usher him toward the hot seat of interrogation and are pleased to note that he did not bring his attorney with him. Welcome, Eric!

1. Your book, the Cull, deals with the subject of vampires. Be honest with our readers, now, and tell us what steps you have personally taken to develop positive relationships with vampires.

That’s a difficu...

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Interview With Author Brooklyn James - New Release! LET IT GO

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Monday, March 25, 2013,

In the past, Brooklyn, you've written across genres (coming of age, women's fiction, supernatural thriller, nonfiction). How would you classify your upcoming release, Let It Go?

          Let It Go is a feel-good contemporary romance about two divorcées starting over. One divorcé and one divorcée, if you want to get gender-technical...lol. It's a laid-back, easy, breezy, fun spring/summer read. Perfect for the season. 

Two divorcées? That's probably something many readers can relate t...


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Interview With Author, Rebecca Scarberry (@Scarberryfields )

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Thursday, February 7, 2013, In : Author Interviews 

1: Why did you join the social networks, such as Twitter and Facebook?

Rebecca: I obtained my very first computer two and a half years ago because I had handwritten a novel. I knew I needed help with it, but didn’t know where to turn. I knew how to work a computer a little bit at the time, but it’s been a struggle. I pestered many authors on Twitter and Facebook for help. I feel bad about this, but I love to read and figured if I read enough of their books, wrote reviews, and tweeted a...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Nephylim

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Sunday, January 13, 2013, In : Author Interviews 

 

Here we are again, asking the hard-hitting questions other interviewers ignore. In this interview, talented author Nephylim is subjected to a ludicrous but penetrating interrogation. Here are her candid answers:

1. Steve Harris’s right hand?

Definitely not. It’s a… new kind of fish fingers, without the fish. What are you doing, poking about in my freezer, anyway?
(I was following some ill-gained advice.  -K)

2. A vampire, a gargoyle, and a werewolf walk into a bar. . .

...
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Wacky Interview With Author, @TyrKieran

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Wednesday, January 9, 2013, In : Author Interviews 
It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. It’s all in fun, of course. -Karen

Please welcome talented author, Tyr Kieran, to the hot seat of journalistic and interrogatory imprudence.


1. Of all the stories you’ve written, which one does Chuck Norris like the best?

None of them, because Chuck Norris doesn’t like stor...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Bruce Blake

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Saturday, September 15, 2012, In : Author Interviews 
It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. -Karen
Today, we welcome fantasy/spec fic author, Bruce Blake, to the hot seat of interrogation.

1. Is your writing influenced at all by the s...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Benjamin Wallace

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. Today please welcome author, Benjamin Wallace, to the hot seat of interrogation.

1. Why doesn’t your name end in an “s”? It sounds ...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Millie Burns

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Tuesday, September 11, 2012, In : Author Interviews 
Time for another in-depth hard-hitting author interview, posing questions avoided by most other venues. There are no easy answers, but yet another writer has stepped forward bravely to take the challenge. Today please welcome author, Millie Burns, to the seat under the swinging bare light bulb.

1. Ten powerfully built stone statues?

Gargoyles.  Every home should have ten gargoyles to ward off the evil spirits.  They are far more attractive as water spouts than your typical rain gutters ...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Penny Childs

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Tuesday, September 11, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course.  

Today we welcome talented author, Penny Childs, to our blog.

1. If you had to attend a week long conference on cabinet building with e...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Duncan Whitehead

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Saturday, September 1, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. Today, please welcome author, Duncan Whitehead. He soldiers through the ludicrous questions with remarkabl...


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Wacky Interview With Author, RJ Palmer

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Wednesday, August 29, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. -Karen

In this interview, I have subjected talented author RJ Palmer to a ludicrous but penetrating interrogation. Here are her answers: ...


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Wacky Interview With Author, RS Guthrie

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. -K

Today we welcome RS Guthrie, who provides very candid responses to our questions.

1. Grace, Dinetta, and Rhona went to a bar on the ...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Renata F. Barcelos

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Monday, August 27, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. -Karen

Please welcome author, Renata F. Barcelos.

1. Where were you that night, and why?

Oh, I wish I cou...


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Wacky Interview With Author, PJ Hawkinson

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Sunday, August 26, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. ~Karen

In this interview, I have subjected my co-author, PJ Hawkinson, to ludicrous but penetrating int...


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Wacky Interview With Author, Tiffany Fulton

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Sunday, August 26, 2012, In : Author Interviews 

It seems authors often get asked the same questions from one interview to the next. Not always, but a lot. It was time, I decided, for a new approach. So, this interview is designed to break out of the mold. On each of these questions, there is simply no right answer. Let’s see just how creative these creative minds are! It’s all in fun, of course. Our first victim...I mean, volunteer, is Tiffany Fulton. She tackles these ludicrous questions with style and spirit! -Karen



Tiffany Fulton, ...


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Character Interview With John Reeves from The Fall of Billy Hitchings

Posted by Wodke Hawkinson on Sunday, March 18, 2012, In : Guest Posts 

by Kirkus MacGowan

Kirkus:  Kirkus MacGowan here. I’m at an undisclosed location with John Reeves. He agreed to answer a few questions for the fans of The Fall of Billy Hitchings. Keep in mind, he’s a secretive individual. My goal is to give the reader some insight into just who John Reeves is. There may be questions he can’t answer, especially those relating to his involvement in Secret Ops.

Kirkus:  I’l...


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