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Emma from Lineage: A Beginning by C H Clepitt


Today we have Emma from Lineage: A Beginning by C H Clepitt. Emma, how old are you?

22

Do you have any family? If so, what’s your family like?

I’ve recently discovered I do ‘ave a family. Only just met me nan, she’s a bit terrifying, actually. For years it was just me an’ Kev, so it’s taking some getting used to, as it goes.

How’s your relationship with your parents? Do you love them? Hate them? How have they influenced you?

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Interview with Elektra Tate from The Bride Chronicles, Book One by P.I. Barrington

Elektra Tate here is from The Bride Chronicles, Book One by P.I. Barrington. Elektra, how old are you?

11-19

Do you have any family? If so, what’s your family like?  

“My family…got lost from me. But they’ll come back soon; when they see that I’m gone from them. They’re prob’ly looking for me right now.”

How’s your relationship with your parents? Do you love them? Hate them? How have they influenced you? 

“I don’t remember too much. I was very little when I got lost. Garbage City is not a very nice place to live and they make you work if you’re a little kid. So I know it was an accident that they got lost from me.  But when they come back, I’ll make sure I tell them that I love them and missed them. And that I’m glad that I waited for them.”

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Interview with the berserk warrior Tarn

Today we have the berserk warrior Tarn from Heroes Never Fade by Rick Haynes. So, Tarn, tell me, how old are you?

About thirty, but I feel older, as would you, if you had seen the carnage of war that I have. Tarn’s eyes cloud over.

Do you have any family?

Yes, my wife Tasmina and my beautiful daughter, Lori. My father is alive, but he isn’t around too often, unless there’s a battle to win and he gets paid to join in.

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A Laugh with Badger

badger-44204_640Today we have Badger here with us from I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse by C H Clepitt. I don’t often interview characters like Badger, but it’s always fun when I do! So, Badger, how old are you?

No idea! Badgers don’t celebrate birthdays.

Do you have any family? If so, what’s your family like? 

I am a spirit guide, so I guess my charge is my family.  If I’m honest she’s a bit of a challenge. Not very clever, deals with stress by kissing random people and drinking too much. I’ve got my work cut out.

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Susan Elliott author of The Collision of Fire and Ice

The author of The Collision of Fire and Ice , Susan Elliott, is here with us today. Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.

I am a native Texan, finally living in my home state. I began writing at nine years old. My mom lit the fire inside me, and my husband encouraged it to grow. I love telling stories that I want to read, and creating characters that I love.

How did you go about getting published?

I am completely Indie published. I debated on going the traditional route, but so many of my author friends were leaving traditional publishers for Indie publishing. I felt like it was a better fit for me. I love it!

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Tomas Liedman author of Perilous Paths

The author of Perilous PathsTomas Liedman, is here with us today. Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.

I have always enjoyed writing but it was not until my late teens that I started writing short stories for friends who eventually managed to persuade me to write a full novel.

I was inspired to this particular novel was inspired by a combination of three different factors. The first was a several years long discussion about the nature of evil and how it was normally petty, narrow-minded and in the long run always on the losing side. The second was a series of books regarding drow elves where i felt that the society did not make sense fully and a desire to try to explore a dark elven society in greater detail. The last factor was feedback from a publishing house that recommended my to write a shorter novel than the 160k one I had submitted to them.

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Wesley Britton author of The Beta-Earth Chronicles

The author of The Beta-Earth Chronicles, Wesley Britton, is here with us today. Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.

I’ve been writing non-fiction, poetry, and sci fi for a very long time now–since 1983. A writer must write, and so I do. Fiction allows me to have free reign with my imagination, so that’s where I’m at now.

How did you go about getting published?

For non-fiction, I kept submitting to publishers who dealt with sort of thing. For fiction, I went to the publisher of my last non-fiction book who believed in me so we’re still together.

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Sandy Frediani author of Reclamation

A fellow author that has been banging at the stall doors, waiting for their work to hit the shelves as sitting idle does not suite. Sandy Frediani, tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.

I began writing in 1999 when access to a keyboard unlocked the imprisoned stories within the music.

How did you go about getting published?

By accident. I joined an online writer’s group in 1999 and in 2000 an epublisher who was also a member asked to publish my novella Emach’s Story, which is the original title of Reclamation. That epublisher ceased publishing in 2003 and closed his doors in 2006. I decided to change the title, add more to the story and am self-publishing.

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Mark N. Redmayne author of Hybrid: The Great Awakening

The author of Hybrid: The Great Awakening, Mark N. Redmayne, is here with us today. Before we get started, here’s the blurb for his book: 

A complex influenza virus has brought the world to its knees and the USA is under martial law. Growing up with a mix of Human and Alien DNA is not easy but it might just give Aura White the key to saving humanity from certain extinction. Will she save the worldfrom catastrophe? Only time will tell…

I must say, you’re illustrated cover is a bit refreshing compared to the covers that we are all partial to nowadays. So, tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.

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TJ Muir author of Before the Luck Runs Out

The author of Before the Luck Runs Out, TJ Muir, is here with us today. Before we get going, happen to have a cover and blurb for Before the Luck Runs Out image for us? 

Orphan. Homeless. Half-breed.

For fourteen years Jedda’s home has been in the shadows and alleys of Tatak Rhe- city of the wealthy, powerful, and corrupt. He scrounges for survival in dirty clothes that don’t keep him warm; and he relies in his nimble fingers to keep himself fed. But, buried in his blood lies the gift of magic: an invisible hand guiding his life.

Cold and hungry, he nicks the coin purse of the wrong man. Karrahk is, one of the city’s powerful rulers. The man looks into Jedda’s bright green eyes and sees the tawny-skin that betrays waif the hidden heritage. He makes a decision that will change a hungry boy’s life forever.

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