A Quick Q&A for Anyone Hesitant to Read THE AGE OF THE CHILD Because it’s a Post-Roe v. Wade Novel
“I don’t think I’m the right person for this.” This was a reply from a book review blogger I contacted for a review.
Interview With Author Astrid V.J.
Astrid is an award-winning and USA Today Bestselling Author born in South Africa. She is a trained social anthropologist and certified transformational life coach. She currently resides in Sweden with her husband and their two children. In early childhood, she showed an interest in reading and languages--interests which her family encouraged. Astrid started writing her first novel at age 12 and now writes fantasy in a variety of genres, exploring her passion for cultures and languages. When she isn't writing, Astrid likes to read, take walks in nature, play silly games with her children, do embroidery, and play music.
Interview With Author Thomas M. Kane
Thomas grew up in the woods of Maine, then spent eighteen years teaching international relations at Britain's University of Hull. Now back in Maine, he draws on his studies to write fantasy novels full of spies, secrets and high-stakes political intrigue.
Interview With Author Cece Louise
Cece Louise writes clean novels filled with adventure, romance, and spirit for teens and adults. She is an avid reader who has been making up stories in her head as long as she can remember. Despite all that daydreaming, she graduated summa cum laude with a BBA from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee in 2012.
Interview With Author Robyn Watts
At 39+ Robyn considers herself a late entrant to the publishing world, but that's something I can relate to, being around the mid-30s myself. Starting her author journey late in life, however, has given Robyn some perks: life has given her so much to write about. She currently lives in Canada with her partner and daughter, and when she's not writing, they love going camping and fishing together.
Interview With Author Vanessa MacLellan
Vanessa is a fantasy author born and raised in the farmlands of eastern Washington. She works as an environmental engineer, and is an avid birder, naturalist and hiker living in Portland, Oregon. Her first novel, Three Great Lies, was an Egyptian fantasy published by Hadley Rille Books. She loves mythology and tries to slip it into every book she writes.
Interview with Writer Christine Graves
This week, I am excited to feature one of my favorite Medium writers— Christine Graves. Christine Graves has been writing for more than 30 years. She has been published both online and in print in almost every genre. But fiction is her passion. In her personal life, she is a wife, mother, and grandmother; as well as an ancient history fanatic. She enjoys riding her 1835cc Roadhawk Trike.
Interview With Author Daniel C. De Guzman
Daniel is a Filipino fantasy author who dabbles in a myriad of genres, with his works being featured in anthologies such as PSICOM Librerya Dark Files 1, Novice Magazine Issue 3, and Bangkang PAPEL Vol II and III. His favorites, however, are speculative fiction and horror. He loves metal music and is a collector of books about Philippine mythology.
Interview With Author Elliott Wink
Elliott is a science fiction and fantasy writer with a day job. She's been teaching English for nearly a decade, so she spend her days analyzing writing with her students, and her nights putting her own pen to paper.
His name is Yip — and it's one you won't forget
Paddy Crewe’s debut novel is set in northern Georgia and the mountains of Tennessee in the early years of the 19th century. My Name Is Yip is an adventure story, a tale of struggle against great odds, a paean to the power of friendship. Its narrator is unable to speak — and so he learns to communicate with slate and chalk. “My name is Yip Tolroy & I am a mute,” his account begins. “I have made not a sound since the day of my birth, October 2nd, 1815. I will say that my life has been something of a trial but such is God’s wish & so I must tell my story here on the page.”
KreativeCircle.com Interviews Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Dr. Helen Caldicott
Dr. Caldicott, Welcome to Kreative Circle! As an accredited Australian and American physician who has contributed her medical expertise to Harvard Medical School, what inspired you to initially specialize in the field of pediatrics? This investment granted you an opportunity to establish the first Australian clinic for cystic fibrosis at the Adelaide Children's Hospital.
Interview With Author Rebecca L. Fearnley
Rebecca has been obsessed with two things since she learned to walk and talk: stories and animals. Luckily, the two seem to be very compatible. She writes stories set in strange worlds filled with bizarre creatures, strong female characters and magical powers. She started her writing career as a poet, performing all over the country and publishing her first collection, Octopus Medicine, with Two Rivers Press in 2017.