Interview with Mary Simses
Following the assignment from The Write Practice, I had the privilege to interview Mary Simses, author of “The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Café” and “The Rules of Love & Grammar.” She talks about her craft and her experience as a writer.
Click in the link to read the interview: Mary Simses
Schuyler Pulliam releases a free short story on her website
Fantasy writer Schuyler Pulliam released her new short story, “The Unseen World.”
The story is now available as a free download on her website https://schuylerpulliam.com/.
“The Unseen World” is the story of Laura Delacruz, a social worker in her first day of work who meets Cameron, a little boy with fire red hair. Her life will never be the same after that encounter.
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Stephanie Colbert releases her new novel
Best seller author Stephanie Colbert just released her new novel, “The Hunter Will You Be Next?,” which is available on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HZ1ZQGW).
The book is about a serial killer who is a hunter and treats his victims as animals. He disposes the bodies on Amanda’s property. She is against hunting and is willing to do something to stop what is going on.
Stephanie Colbert is no stranger to the genre. She is a writing machine of thrillers and serial killer stories. “I don’t know where the inspiration comes from. It just come,” she said. Her first book, “Twisted Wisdom Who You can Trust” was based on a true story and her best selling novel, “Chemist,” is a result if her imagination and her growth as a writer. “I started writing a story for a friend that had a story to be told. I met other writers and I kept writing.”
“The Hunter Will You Be Next?” is meant to be the first book of a series and Stephanie Colbert is already working on the sequel. “You will see the relationship between Amanda and the detective going to another level. You will see.”
Find out more about the writer and her books by clicking on the following link: https://stephaniecolbertauthor.com/
During four weeks, I’m publishing interviews with four amazing fellow writers. My second interviewer is Jewel Elise, a mother with a big imagination and an even bigger determination to encourage other mothers to realize their dream to become writers.
Four questions. Four writers. Four different stories connected by one particular aspect they have in common. Schuyler Pulliam, Jewel Elise, A.J. Mortimer, and David Chase fell in love with creating stories in their childhood.
They grown up, life came in the way, but they never really let go of their passion.
As authors, they are in different stages of their careers. Their life and writing experiences are inspiring. They teach how hard and rewarding writing can be at the same time.
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Next week: A.J. Mortimer