Interview with Andrews & Wilson

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Today, we have the pleasure of interviewing two prolific and highly successful authors, Jeffery Wilson & Brian Andrews. Both Jeff and Brian are navy veterans (thank you to both gentlemen for their service). Among many great works they’ve teamed up to write, they have coauthored a #1 bestselling series, Tier One.

You can learn more about them by visiting their WEBSITE. And be sure to check out their upcoming novel, Red Specter,which serves as the 5th novel of the Tier One series!

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Interview with Hector Duarte, Jr

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Today we have the pleasure of speaking with author Hector Duarte, Jr! Hector is a writer and teacher out of Miami, Florida. He was former editor at The Flash Fiction Offensive. His work has appeared in Shotgun Honey, Spelk Fiction, HorrorSleazeTrash, and Just to Watch Them Die: Crime Fiction inspired by the songs of Johnny Cash. His first full-length work, the short story collection Desperate Times Call, was published by Shotgun Honey Books in September 2018. 

Interview with D.J. Williams

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Today we have the pleasure of speaking with author D.J. Williams! D.J.’s newest novel, The Auctioneerwas released earlier this year. With the DNA of a world traveler, D.J. Williams was born and raised in Hong Kong, igniting an adventurous spirit as he ventured into the jungles of the Amazon, the bush of Africa, and the slums of the Far East. His global travels engrossed him in a myriad of cultures, and provided a unique perspective that fuels his creativity as an Executive Producer, Director, and Author. Storytelling is in his DNA, and continues to inspire his passion to write suspenseful thrillers for an international audience.

Interview with Mike Esola

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Today we have the pleasure of interviewing Mike Esola, a published author and the founder/editor-in-chief of Prehistoric Magazine.We appreciate Mike taking the time to talk with us. Prehistoric Magazine is a free online publication released three times per year. Subscribers receive the magazine in the months of April, August, and December. You can sign up to receive the free issues at www.PrehistoricMagazine.com.

Interview with Desmond P. Ryan

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Today we have the pleasure of speaking with Desmond P. Ryan, the author of the Mike O’Shea Crime Fiction Series! As someone with over 30 years of law-enforcement experience, Desmond has a lot of personal experience he writes his crime series from. It was interesting to get his perspective on the genre while also learning about his works! To learn about Desmond, be sure to check out his WEBSITE! 

Interview with Mike Houtz

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We have the pleasure with again speaking with author Mike Houtz today! We interviewed Mike a few months ago on the eve of his debut novel’s release. The novel, Dark Spiral Down, is a military thriller, which has received high praise from readers. You can read more about the novel HERE.

Having first interviewed Mike before his novel’s release, it was great to now speak to him months after his release and get his perspective on being a newly published author. Mike also attended the annual ThrillerFest convention this past weekend after he was invited as a guest, and it was fun to hear about his experience at the event!

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Interview with Author P. G. Sundling

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Today we get the chance to sit down and talk with P. G. Sundling, the author of The Internet President: None of the Above (you can check out our 5-star review of his novel HERE). The novel, Sundling’s first to be published, has been met with quite a bit of commercial and critical success, and so we took the opportunity to ask about the process behind writing it. If you’d like to check out his novel, you can read more about it on AMAZON!

Non-Spoiler Review of The Internet President: None of the Above

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Rating: 5/5 Stars

Now Available on AMAZON

Fact vs. Fiction. Separating the two, especially in today’s world seems to be harder than it used to be. Whenever you see a headline, you can’t help but wonder how much is real and how much is exaggerated or even completely fabricated. These themes are prevalent in P. G. Sundling’s newest novel, The Internet President: None of the Above.