Hello and welcome to this week’s Thursday Throng author interview. This week I’m pleased to have Milica Vladova on the blog with her book, Build Your Immune System Fast. Milica lives in Bulgaria and aims to spread valuable knowledge that will help others on their journey to happiness and well-being.
Presenting Sue Williams, an author and poet who is the founder of Your Signature Success Story and creator of the Believe! book series for women. Her own Signature Success Story began when she wrote a poem called Believe! in 2012, which was the catalyst that led to her being nominated for a national Women Inspiring Women award for her writing in both 2012 and 2013. She has also been featured in magazine publications including Soul and Spirit and Kindred Spirit and appeared on local radio.
Jonathan Fesmire, lives in Southern California with his son. By day, he’s a copywriter, by evening a steampunk author, and at all times, a dedicated dad. Though Jonathan started out writing fantasy, he has moved completely to steampunk, enchanted with its aesthetics, possibilities, and implications. He’s a fan of the stories, the art, and the gadgets, and enjoys interacting with the community. In fact, Jonathan regularly interviews popular members of the steampunk community for his The Wild Steampunk Blog.
Today, it’s Alistair Cross with his book Sleep Savannah Sleep in the hot seat. Alistair’s debut novel, The Crimson Corset, was an immediate bestseller, earning praise from such authors as Jay Bonansinga, author of The Walking Dead series, and vampire-lit veteran, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. Alistair also writes with international bestseller, Tamara Thorne, and together they have released several bestsellers, including Mother, The Cliffhouse Haunting, and The Ghosts of Ravencrest. ..
This week I’d like you to meet Sally Jenkins, a UK based author who has written a debut novel, Bedsit 3, a tale of murder, mystery and love – which also features a body in the garden ….! She has also published a short story collection and two non-fiction books on writing and self publishing.
This week, I’d like to introduce Debbie McLeod, a hypnotherapist, spiritual coach, counsellor, teacher of authentic empowerment and spiritual development; who has also written the book Best Friends Forever.
This week my guest is JG Dow, author of a chick lit novel, Jane of Manchester. JG lived for many years in the North of England and spent a few years living in Manchester. He enjoys walks in the country and indulging in a spot of cooking now and then and also writes the odd story and pen the occasional poem from time to time. This is his debut novel and so if anyone happens to enjoy it, he may just write another!
Em muslin is the author of Before You Were Mine, she loves words that capture an experience or emotion in a singular form: her current favourite, describing herself, isnemophilist. Her writing focuses on the texture of domestic life, relationships, family and the pressures of social convention. Her characters are often fighting to become the hero of their own story, searching for hope, despite the adversities that life inevitably brings.
This week I’d like to introduce Harold Boardman, author of A Pawn of Destiny, Set in the days of the Roman Empire, the story follows Darquin, whose father had been trained by Sparticus and joined the legendary rebellion led by him. Darquin is banished from his home and his resultant journey leads him through adventure, battle and love.
This week, I’d like to introduce you to Rick Sulik, author of Death Unmasked.