Interview with Robin Marvel, Author of “Awakening Consciousness: A Woman’s Guide!”

Robin Marvel lives in Hersey, Michigan with her amazing supportive husband, Keith and four phenomenal daughters. She is the creator of http://awakeninggirls.com/ and uses the website to encourage Universal Awareness s. The search for a metaphysical workbook for her four daughters brought Robin to write “Awakening Consciousness: A Girl’s Guide.” Failing to find a suitable... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tony Mandarich, Author of “My Dirty Little Secrets”

Tony Mandarich was born in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, the son of Croatian immigrants who instilled in him a grit and determination to accomplish the impossible. Tony grew up with a love for football, and decided early in his life that he would play professionally. After a highly successful and nationally publicized collegiate career at Michigan... Continue Reading →

Interview with Michael Kasenow, Author of “The Last Paradise”

In the eighth grade, Michael Kasenow would hide from friends in the middle school library to read poetry. He says of this time, “By reading poetry one learns how to read, write and dream.” He dropped out of college at age nineteen to escape a world of drugs and the downward spiral of his friends’... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tina Field Howe, Author of “The TrailFolk of Xunar-kun”

Tina holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology and Art. Her favorite college studies included physical and cultural anthropology, archaeology, studio art, and art history. Her love of creativity, her interest in diverse peoples, and the experience of her own struggles inspired her to write her fantasy novel series, beginning with “Alysa of the... Continue Reading →

Interview with Nancy Henderson-James, Author of “At Home Abroad”

Nancy Henderson-James was born in Tacoma, Washington, in 1945 but soon moved to Portugal with her parents to learn Portuguese, in preparation for a life in Angola, which was then a Portuguese colony. She lived there until age sixteen except for a stint in high school in Salisbury, Rhodesia. When the Angolan war for independence... Continue Reading →

Interview with John Stuart Goldenberg, Author of “Oneiro”

John Stuart Goldenberg is an American author living in the South of France, where he writes from a luxury boutique hotel he owns and operates on the Riviera. John studied Music Theory & Composition at Lamar University. He underwent undergraduate studies at George Mason University in Virginia, and graduate studies at George Washington University in... Continue Reading →

Interview with Andrew D. Gibson, PhD, Author of “Got An Angry Kid?”

Dr. Gibson earned his Ph.D. in Education at the University of Connecticut in 1987 under the tutelage of Richard Bloomer. He poured everything about his childhood and his experience as a parent into what became Parenting Angry Children and Teens (PACT) Training and the book, "Got An Angry Kid?" In 1993, the Connecticut State Department... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lynda Fitzgerald, Author of “Of Words & Music”

Lynda Fitzgerald has been writing all her life. She studied creative writing at both Georgia Perimeter College, where she was the winner of a Creative Writing Scholarship, and at Emory University. Her short story, “And We'll Call Him Jeff,” was published in the DeKalb Literary Arts Journal. Her debut novel, “If Truth Be Told” was... Continue Reading →

Interview with Michael B. Druxman, Author of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”

Screenwriter, playwright, novelist and Hollywood historian, Michael B. Druxman, is the author of thirteen books. His works include biographies, film histories, two novels and a book on writing that has been used as a textbook in several colleges. Michael has written several feature films, episodic television and documentaries. “The Hollywood Legends” is a series of... Continue Reading →

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