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Q&A with Ella Joy Olsen

Q&A with Ella Joy Olsen

Ella Joy Olsen is the debut author of ROOT, PETAL, THORN (Kensington, 2016) and two-time contributor to WWWB. Do not send your manuscript anywhere until you’ve read this piece: “Look Away. You Don’t Want To See This.” As I read it, I cringed, hung my head, and then thanked her. I might have related just […]

September 14, 2016 | By | Reply More
Q&A with Melanie Gideon

Q&A with Melanie Gideon

Celebrated New York Times best-selling writer Melanie Gideon’s talent seems to translate to every genre. (Not jealous, not jealous…J) Her work includes young adult fantasy, memoire, adult contemporary, and with her latest, VALLEY OF THE MOON, she dips her toe into the pools of time-travel, magical realism, and historical fiction. Her “Modern Love” column for […]

September 12, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Secret Ingredient of Wishes: A Conversation with Susan Bishop Crispell

The Secret Ingredient of Wishes: A Conversation with Susan Bishop Crispell

The Secret Ingredient of Wishes by Susan Bishop Crispell  transports readers to a Nowhere, NC, where wishes appear on a breeze and pies have secret powers to influence more than a diner’s waistline.  The touching magic illuminates the choices we make in matters of the heart, while we watch Rachel Monroe learn what it takes […]

September 6, 2016 | By | Reply More
Q&A with Gayle Forman

Q&A with Gayle Forman

Gayle Forman is the Young Adult author of the #1 New York Times bestseller IF I STAY, and an executive producer and writer on the hit 2014 film version. She is also the author of its New York Times bestselling sequel WHERE SHE WENT, as well as JUST ONE DAY,  JUST ONE YEAR, and the […]

September 6, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Language of Sisters: A Conversation with Cathy Lamb

The Language of Sisters: A Conversation with Cathy Lamb

In Cathy Lamb’s beautiful new novel, The Language of Sisters , she weaves together a tale of family, following sisters, Toni, Valerie, and Ellie Kozlovsky, as they grapple with their family’s past in the Soviet Union and their own futures. The Kozlovsky sisters find the power of love to carry them through, and readers will […]

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The Goodbye Year:  A Conversation with Kaira Rouda

The Goodbye Year: A Conversation with Kaira Rouda

It’s only fitting that Kaira Rouda’s latest novel, The Goodbye Year,  (http://www.kairarouda.com/) takes place on the edge of the Pacific Ocean.  All of the characters in the novel stand on an edge—the divide between who they were and what they can become as they face graduation, divorce, and even the prospects of staying together.  As […]

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Q&A with  Nancy Cleary, Founder, Designer, Chief Hand-Holder and Cheerleader  at Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing

Q&A with Nancy Cleary, Founder, Designer, Chief Hand-Holder and Cheerleader at Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing

Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing is an award-winning independent press nestled on the Oregon coast in a tiny town called Deadwood. Nancy Cleary has spent over twenty-five years as a professional graphic designer and author branding expert. Wyatt-MacKenzie has published hundreds of products over the last 18 years with a special focus on mom writers. They traditionally publish […]

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Q&A with Karma Brown

Q&A with Karma Brown

As if being a National Magazine Award winning freelance journalist, foodie columnist (check out these recipes. Yum! Blueberry clafoutis anyone? Sesame-ginger noodle salad?), all-around cool runner/sister/wife/mother, and cancer survivor weren’t enough, Karma Brown became an international bestselling author with her debut novel. COME AWAY WITH ME is a heartbreaking and emotional story of one woman’s […]

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The Real Thing: A Conversation with Tina Ann Forkner

The Real Thing: A Conversation with Tina Ann Forkner

In The Real Thing by Tina Ann Forkner, we meet Manda as she learns to be a cowgirl through the ups and downs of her new marriage to a rodeo star, Keith and the specter of his missing ex-wife, Violet.  While the ride isn’t always smooth, readers can enjoy how Manda learns to take the […]

July 8, 2016 | By | Reply More
Q&A with Allison Winn Scotch

Q&A with Allison Winn Scotch

Allison Winn Scotch is the bestselling author of six women’s fiction novels including: Time of My Life (2008), The Department of Lost and Found (2009), The One That I Want (2010, The Song Remains the Same (2012), The Theory of Opposites (2013) which was optioned for the screen by Jennifer Garner’s Vandalia Films (Hurry, Jen!!!) […]

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